Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands offers the best diving in the Caribbean

The Cayman Islands is a divers paradise offering the chance to dive and explore the impressive walls.  A visit to Sting Ray City for a different experience diving. Even just snorkeling on the surface, you are sure to see some different fish.

Made up 3 islands called; Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman and located north of Jamaica and south of Cuba and only a 70-minute flight from Miami. There are over 50 flights a week into the Cayman Islands, including 4 flights per week direct from London Heathrow in the UK.


Grand Cayman is the largest of the islands and where the main airport is situated as well as the famous seven-mile beach, often rated as one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. Here you can also visit Sting Ray city, the Botanical gardens and experience the duty-free shopping for designer brands such as Versace, Tiffany and many more.

Cayman Brac is for those that want to get off the beaten track and kick off their shoes and relax. Just 14 km square it is for the nature lovers that want to visit and experience the Flora and Fauna as well as some wonderful dive sites.

Little Cayman is the smallest of the three islands and is the most island feeling of all with just 170 of a population! Deserted beaches, quiet roads and remote swimming areas makes it the perfect choice for honeymooners looking for a stunning location to relax and enjoy.

Getting Married in the Cayman Islands

There is no minimum stay period in order to get married in the Cayman Islands so step off the boat or plane and marry the same day, as long as you have the correct documentation. Those documents include a non-residents marriage license and a letter of authorisation from the Marriage Officer who is to officiate the wedding. For more information on legalities of weddings in Cayman Islands
Also required will be: Passport, Birth Certificate, Decree Absolute (if one of the parties has previously been divorced), or in the case of a widow/widower a Death Certificate of the first spouse is required. If a name has been changed, a Deed Poll is required. If one of the parties is under the age of 18, evidence of the consent of parents is required in the form of a sworn affidavit stamped by a Notary Public. If any required documents are not in English, an authenticated translation must be available.

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Diving in the Cayman Islands

There are many dive sites in the Cayman Islands and it is the top activity that brings visitors to the islands each year. Choose from many sites to dive including night diving and wreck diving.
Accommodation in The Cayman Islands
There is a wide choice of accommodation in the Islands from apartments, villas, resorts and boutique hotels. Whatever your budget there is something there for everyone. Call now for your personal quotation.

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Golf in the Cayman Islands

There are 3 golf courses in the Cayman Islands to choose from, only one of which is an 18 hole Championship course which is the Northsound Golf club which offers various non-residential grand Cayman tee times and green fees.


Cruises to The Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands is a popular stop on Caribbean cruises for the divers on board to get up close and experience the stunning underwater world of the islands. Equally the white sandy beaches and crystal clear blue waters are another reason to visit.

Country Cayman Islands
Languages spoke English
Currency Cayman Island dollar
Visa requirements None for UK passport holders. Must have 6 months validity on passport or for the cover of your stay.

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