Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands, a British Overseas Territory in the western Caribbean Sea, is renowned for its exquisite beaches, world-class diving sites, and vibrant coral reefs. It consists of three islands: Grand Cayman, known for its luxury resorts and Seven Mile Beach; Cayman Brac, a haven for nature enthusiasts and adventurers seeking hiking and exploring caves; and Little Cayman, the smallest island, offering an intimate escape with untouched natural beauty and spectacular diving spots.

The islands are also a major financial hub, housing hundreds of banks and finance companies, thanks to its favorable tax regulations.

Places to visit

Day plans

Spend a day exploring around

day 1

Water Adventure

morning:Start your day with a relaxing kayak tour at Seven Mile Beach. Enjoy the crystal-clear water and vibrant marine life. Don't forget to try the decadent brunch at Sunshine Grill.

afternoon:Explore the stunning underwater world with some snorkeling at Stingray City. Interact with the friendly stingrays and then head to The Wharf for some refreshing seafood and ocean views.

evening:Experience the vibrant nightlife of George Town. Make your way to the lively waterfront bars and enjoy a night-out at the Margaritaville for live music and tropical drinks.

day 2

Island Heritage Exploration

morning:Embrace the island's history with a visit to Pedro St. James Castle. Learn about the island's heritage and enjoy the scenic views. Treat yourself to a delightful breakfast at The Brasserie.

afternoon:Discover the natural beauty of Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park. Take a leisurely stroll through the colorful gardens and have a light lunch at The Tea Room.

evening:Unwind and dine at the waterfront restaurant, Casanova. Savour an exquisite Italian dinner as you soak in the picturesque sunset views over the water.

day 3

Beach Bliss

morning:Indulge in a serene morning walk along the pristine sands of Rum Point Beach. Bask in the tranquil atmosphere and then relish a delightful breakfast at Kaibo Beach Bar & Grill.

afternoon:Immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of Starfish Point. Admire the gentle starfish in the crystal-clear waters and have a delicious seafood lunch at Over The Edge.

evening:Enjoy a laid-back evening at the beachfront venue, Tukka Restaurant & Bar. Treat yourself to a sumptuous dinner with an unbeatable ocean view.

day 4

Adventure Extravaganza

morning:Embark on an adventurous hiking expedition at Mastic Trail. Explore the lush woodlands and spot diverse flora and fauna. Fuel up with a hearty breakfast at Heritage Kitchen.

afternoon:Discover the stunning beauty of the Crystal Caves. Venture into the captivating underground world and then grab a satisfying lunch at The Lighthouse.

evening:Head to Camana Bay for a fun-filled evening. Explore the lively shops, enjoy a high-end dining experience, and conclude your day with a delightful cocktail at Abacus.

Cayman Islands Famous Food

Must-Try local dishes

Conch Fritters

Deep-fried fritters made with chopped conch meat, peppers, and seasonings, often served with a zesty dipping sauce. You can find excellent conch fritters at local eateries like Crack Conch in West Bay.


Cayman Style Grouper

A popular dish featuring fresh grouper cooked in a rich tomato-based sauce with peppers, onions, and a hint of spice. Try this at the renowned Vivine’s Kitchen in East End.

Jerk Chicken

A flavorful staple, featuring marinated chicken grilled over pimento wood, delivering a smoky, spicy flavor. Visit Heritage Kitchen in West Bay for outstanding jerk chicken.

Food Markets & Street Food

A food market and street food guide

Cayman Islands Farmer's Market

Located in Camana Bay, this market offers a variety of fresh local produce, homemade snacks, and traditional island dishes.

George Town Waterfront

Explore the waterfront for local street food vendors offering authentic dishes like fish fry, coconut conch stew, and jerk chicken.

Dietary Restrictions

Navigating dietary restrictions locally

Vegetarian & Vegan Options

Many restaurants offer creative vegetarian and vegan dishes, such as plantain and callaloo curry, and coconut-infused rice and beans.

Vegetarian, Vegan

Gluten-Free Options

Several dining establishments have gluten-free choices, including fresh seafood, salads, and rice-based dishes, ensuring those with gluten sensitivities have satisfying meals.


Restaurants & Cafés

Best places to eat and drink in Cayman Islands

Blue by Eric Ripert

A grand dining experience showcasing Caribbean cuisine with a French twist, set against breathtaking ocean views at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman.

Sunshine Grill

A casual, vibrant spot offering a diverse menu, including global fusion dishes and a variety of seafood options, perfect for a laid-back lunch or dinner.

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