The Cayman Islands are three islands, Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, located in the Caribbean
Grand Cayman Island, the largest and most cosmopolitan of the three Cayman Islands, is about 22 miles long with an average width of four miles. George Town, the capital, is on the western shore of Grand Cayman. The wide diversity found in Grand Cayman is a blend of rich local tradition with international influences resulting in a truly unique atmosphere. From the crystal blue water and powder-white sand of Seven Mile Beach and the shopping and financial hubbub of George Town, to the quiet, undeveloped expanses of East End, Grand Cayman offers something for everyone. Dive, snorkel or simply splash in the warm, crystal-clear waters that are the islands’ hallmark.
Prepare yourself for a truly unique experience if you decide to visit Little Cayman. Find total solitude in a nature lover’s paradise with miles of uncrowded beaches and untouched wilderness, where iguanas and rare birds outnumber humans. With a resident population of fewer than 200 people, this tiny island of approximately 10 square miles is similar in size to Cayman Brac. Although it is only 5 miles away from Cayman Brac, it has such a different life way, that it feels remote, rustic and paradisaical. Little Cayman is home to a wide variety of exotic plants and birds, as well as to iguanas and other wildlife.
Cayman Brac is the larger of the two sister islands. It offers a perfect weekend getaway for people working on Grand Cayman, or a destination for holidaymakers in its own right. Measuring a tiny 12 miles in length by almost 2 miles at its widest, Cayman Brac is the second largest island in this small nation. ‘The Brac’ as it is affectionately known, is a charming island located just 5 miles from Little Cayman. The inhabitants of Cayman Brac, ‘Brackers’ are renowned for their friendliness and. Fly in or out during the daytime, and take full advantage of the magnificent views of the bluff rising above the azure and turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea.