Cayman Lifestyle

Grand Cayman Shore Diving this time of year…

Giant bait balls of tiny silversides shimmer in the shifting light, a octopus squirm under a rock, squid hovering in groups as a fat green moray eel swims by, then a green turtle emerges from behind a huge sponge with eaglerays and hammerhead sharks lurking about. No boat, no hassle,… Read more »

Kittiwake & North End Seven Mile Beach

The Kittiwake was sunk in Grand Cayman, off West Bay, on 5 January 2013, as an artificial reef. It is part of the newly completed Dive 365 initiative, which identifies 365 dive sites around the Cayman Islands to provide for a new diving experience for every day of the year…. Read more »

Golf in The Cayman Islands

Can you imagine a better destination for golfing? The warmth of the sun watching over you as you swing a perfect hole in one, the turquoise waters providing a delicately relaxing backdrop and the Trade Winds sweeping in to help cool your nerves. Whether for business or pleasure the golf… Read more »

A Rainy Day in Cayman

It can’t always be perfect now can it? When you’re forced away from your sun lounger by a bit of rain – remember – there’s more to Cayman than white sand and azure waters…..though admittedly it’s hard to see past these sometimes. Here we present you with a couple of… Read more »

George Town – A Quick Introduction

The capital and largest city of the Cayman Islands, George Town is the governmental centre of the islands, as well as the centre of the banking and insurance sectors with over 600 banks. More importantly, George Town is home to a great collection of restaurants, activities and shopping, and is the… Read more »

Cayman for all the family

The Cayman Islands is fabulous, especially for families who make most of the year-round sunshine and tropical climate. Families who visit often find themselves returning, not only for the sunny climate, but because of the incredibly safe and friendly environment. There’s just so much to see and do, for all… Read more »