The Cayman Islands is the most prosperous island in the Caribbean chain. The island chain consists of three islands – Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.
Cayman prosperity derived from the difference has more than 500 international banking institutions and more than 25,000 listed companies located on their beach.
Cayman does not have an actual landmass for 25,000 homes company, otherwise, they have unique registration systems that allow companies to legally registered by paying a fee, and then hang the plaque on the wall in a government building.
Cayman is the most popular destination for water sports, beaches, and family-friendly accommodations. Here you find the deepest waters of the Caribbean, and diving enthusiasts from around the world flock to the Cayman every year.
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The largest and most popular tourist island is Grand Cayman, which is home to most of the hotels, restaurants and nightlife. Small islands of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman have a small local population, accommodation and restaurants are limited.
Most hotels in Grand Cayman is located in the famous Seven Mile Beach. The island offers the best in accommodation, restaurants and a variety of nightlife and activities. Seven Mile Beach is also home to many villas and condominiums, which makes the island destination for families and long-term travelers.
The Turtle Farm is located on the north coast of Grand Cayman. Here you will find a first-class research station and breeding farm. It is one of the few places in the Caribbean where visitors can get a close look at the ancient giants.
Green sea turtles great about six feet long, and weigh up to 600 pounds. In fact, they are usually not impressed with the turtles will find Turtle Farm flowers, and get some great photos.
Stingray City is home to several stingrays friendly you will ever find. It’s hard to say who has more fun, tourist or jellyfish. Once the tour boat pulls up, stingrays immediately appear in the entire region. J
jellyfish are used to being fed, so if you plan to interact with them in the water, be prepared with food – preferably squid. It’s quite superfluous to find stingrays really hovering over your body in search of food.