The most developed and largest island of the Cayman Islands archipelago is called Grand Cayman . This British territory is filled with natural beauty, crystal clear waters and sun all year round. The island offers the best snorkeling and diving of the world because it is located in the middle of the turquoise Caribbean , home of a multicolored underwater life.
No matter what you are looking for, this place has a little bit for everyone, nightlife, laid back moments, shipwrecks, rays and turtles programs, etc. The island emerges from the turquoise Caribbean waters and shows with pride its botanical gardens and incredible limestone rock formations. One of the many attractions is Seven Mile Beach, considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world with a vast blanket of white sand and crystal clear ocean waters that go farther than eyes will ever see. Other attractions include Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, the National Trust’s Mastic Trail, the Cayman Islands National Museum in George Town, Pedro St. James Historic Site in Savannah, Boatswains Beach, Hell and Rum Point, and many other places that you wouldn’t like to miss.