Located to the south of Cuba, the Cayman Islands are well known across the world as a major offshore financial centre, but for holidaymakers, it is the stunning weather, impossibly beautiful views, sandy beaches and warm waters that are the draw.
The British Overseas Territory is made up of three islands which include Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman. However, the Cayman Islands could quite easily be mistaken for an American territory – the currency is even pegged to the US dollar. Seven Mile Beach is one of the main attractions of the Cayman Islands, situated on the west shore of Grand Cayman. The area's crystal clear waters and coral sands are enough of a draw to bring in visitors from across the world to spend time at the resorts which are dotted along this special stretch of sand.
Leave Grand Cayman and pay a visit to the other two islands and you will find a quieter pace of life. Bird-watching and hikes offering stunning scenic views are the order of the day here and the hustle and bustle of the rest of the world is left well behind.
Thanks to the amazing quality of the water around the Cayman Islands, scuba diving and snorkelling are some of the most popular activities. Visitors to the islands will find plenty of opportunities to explore the coastline, and there are even opportunities to swim with stingrays during a Cayman Islands holiday. Hotels and resorts are located across the Cayman Islands and holidaymakers will have no trouble finding suitable accommodation. Likewise, bars, restaurants and nightlife can be found to suit all tastes.
If you are considering a long-haul holiday to the Cayman Islands, then why not get in touch with one of Coop Travel's specialist advisors before you book anything. The team will be able to offer guidance and advice on everything from accommodation to trips out, so you can make the most of your all-inclusive Cayman Islands holiday.
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