Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands are a tiny group of islands south of Cuba which is a British Overseas Territory and a major international financial centre. The people enjoy one of the highest standards of living in the world. The vast majority of the 2 million or so visitors a year step off cruise ships. The islands are extremely flat and offer excellent diving opportunities.

The famous Seven Mile Beach is on the west coast of the main island, Grand Cayman. It is close to the international airport and the capital, George Town. The eastern part of Grand Cayman is emptier and has the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park and the Blue Iguana Nature Reserve.

Place (Britain)

Cayman Islands flag

Why you should go:

You have some money to deposit.

Why you shouldn't:

You like mountains.

Map of Cayman Islands