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Grand Cayman Vacations
The Caymans are
warm in the summer when the average daily high reaches 85°F (29°C). Winter is drier and
cooler, with average daily highs of 75°F (24°C).
Tales of buccaneering feats and shipwrecked sailors, the legend of
Blackbeard... the Cayman Islands have a rich seafaring history with near-mythical status.
Today, modern adventurers flock to Grand Cayman for treasures of another kind - sweeping
white sands, sunken ships from centuries past, stunning coral formations
and turquoise waters. Grand Cayman is the largest of the Cayman Islands, 90 miles
away from Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. Enjoy a variety of watersports on famous Seven
Mile Beach, or simply "Relax Cayman Islands Style" and enjoy the tranquil
atmosphere of this stunning Caribbean treasure.
- A diver's dream -- underwater adventure abounds in Grand Cayman with more than
200 dive sites with fascinating coral reefs and colorful marine life. A must-see for
adventurous souls is Stingray City, noted as the best 12-foot dive in the world. For
beginners, dive at Trinity Caves and Orange Canyon.
- The best shore-entry snorkeling spots are south of George Town at Eden Rock and
Parrot's landing. North of town, try the reef just off the West Bay Cemetery on Grand
Cayman's east coast, or the reef-protected shallows of the island's north and south
- On land, explore mysterious caves and coves, once hideouts for notorious pirates like
Blackbeard and Sir Henry Morgan. Visit the Cayman Turtle Farm, the only green
sea-turtle farm of its kind in the world. Considered an endangered species, the green seas
turtle is practically extinct elsewhere in the Caribbean.
- Visit Grand Cayman's Botanic Park and its amazing Heritage and Floral Garden.
Just beyond the Floral Garden, the two-acre lake has three small islands with native
vegetation, providing a habitat for bird life.
- Caymanians enjoy one of the highest standards of living in the West Indies. The island's
main industries are tourism and offshore banking, thanks to the absence of direct taxes.