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A visit to the fabulous Cayman Islands will provide any visitor with access to a huge array of attractions and places of interest, as there is something for everyone to enjoy in this groups of fascinating islands. Whether you are looking for history and culture, you want to enjoy family fun and adventure, you are keen to immerse yourself in the natural beauty, or you want to explore in exciting and unique ways, you will find plenty here to keep you busy, so you can enjoy as full an itinerary as you like.


The huge range of attractions that can be found in the Cayman Islands ensure that all visitors to the area get to enjoy a memorable, wonderful and exciting vacation, combining relaxation with the chance to explore and enjoy some fascinating places. While there are many wonderful attractions and places of interest to enjoy when you come to this destination, some of the most popular ones include:

Stingray City: Located in Grand Cayman, this is a great attraction for families, where you can explore the crystal clear waters and get up close and personal with the stingrays! You will be guided by experts and you will enjoy a really exciting and memorable day out [Stingray City]

Spirit of the West: If you want to explore Grand Cayman in an exciting and unique way, this is the perfect way to do it. You can take in the beautiful coastline and even head into the ocean on horseback, with an expert guide to help you along the way

Dolphin Cove: A wonderful experience for adults and kids alike, Dolphin Cove will provide you with an amazing day out with lots of cherished memories. Visiting and swimming with the dolphins is something many people want to do, and at Dolphin Cove you can enjoy the ultimate dolphin swim and incredible interaction with the dolphins

Kittiwake Shipwreck: If you are into diving you will love this attraction, where you can immerse yourself in the artificial reef and explore the fabulous and huge wreck of this decommissioned US submarine that was sunk in January 2011

Pedro St James National Historic Site: If you are looking to soak up some of the fascinating history of the area, a visit to Pedro St James National Historic Site is a must. Here, you can explore the old buildings and visit the museum, which gives you a fascinating insight into the history of the islands