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  Cayman Islands

Our Cayman Islands offer much more than gentle splendors of sun, sand and sea. Our unique heritage attractions include the Cayman Turtle Farm, the world's only commercial Green Sea Turtle farm and Pedro St. James Historic Site with its restored 19th century plantation great house. Learn Cayman's unique history at our National Museum. Marvel at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park and gardens. Visit the National Trust and learn about historic buildings, bird sanctuaries, wetlands reserves and nature trails on all three islands. And of course, meet our hospitable Caymanian people, who will enrich every experience. 

 
 

From autocross racing to Little League games and cricket, spectator and competitive sports welcome visitors year round. Compete in a 10k or triathlon - or enjoy bicycling, horseback riding or a game of golf. Shop until you drop in chic shops, duty free emporiums and art galleries or just drop into a hammock and soak up our perpetual Caribbean sun.

 

Relax - Cayman Islands Style

After dark, choices include cultural events and comedy clubs; jazz sessions, steel band concerts and local theater. Festivals like Pirates Week and Batabano bring lively street dances to George Town. Sample hundreds of culinary delights at The Taste of Cayman in July.

Cayman has sophistication, surprising variety and a hassle-free atmosphere: here street and beach vendors are forbidden by law. Whatever you choose, you'll find your way to relax - Cayman Islands Style.

 
           
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