In the Cayman Islands, you can hike through untouched woodlands, pay a visit to colorful reefs and fish on a scuba-diving or snorkeling excursion, or plunk yourself down on the islands' white sands with a frosted drink in hand. You can rent an isolated West Indian cottage or stay in a luxurious resort. You can chow down on fresh fried fish at a waterside shack or indulge in a world-class five-course meal in a fine restaurant. Whatever your tastes and budget, we will guide you to the best that the Cayman Islands have to offer.
This is devoted to the where, when, and how of your trip -- the advance planning required to get it together and take it on the road. Because you may not know exactly where in the Cayman Islands you want to go or what to do after you're there, we begin with a quick rundown of the various islands and their attractions.
Online Traveler's Toolbox
Following is a selection of handy online travel tools to bookmark and use.
- Cayman Islands Department of Tourism (www.caymanislands.ky)
- Nature Cayman (www.naturecayman.com)
- Professional Association of Diving Instructors (www.padi.com)
- Maps (www.mapquest.com and www.maps.google.com)
- Travel Warnings (www.travel.state.gov, www.fco.gov.uk/travel, www.voyage.gc.ca, or www.smartraveller.gov.au)
- Universal Currency Converter (www.xe.com/ucc)
- Visa ATM Locator (www.visa.com), MasterCard ATM Locator (www.mastercard.com)
- Weather (www.weather.com)
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.