While diving in the Cayman Islands is a popular activity, there's
plenty more to do besides.
Even dedicated divers are now taking longer surface intervals to
explore Grand Cayman's unexpected - and primarily unpromoted - terrestrial attractions.
That is, if they learn they exist.
||You may have energetic ideas about what
to do when the sun goes down, but sometimes it's nice to relax and watch it.
Cayman's first capital was originally called South
Side, until a visiting British navy surveyor found 21 families at the South Side with the
name Bodden, in 1773, and called it Bodden Town.
Cayman Islands National
The Cayman Islands National Museum is dedicated to the preservation, research and
dissemination of all aspects of the Caymanian heritage. After years of planning, artefact
conservation, and exhibit design, the Cayman Islands National Museum opened to the public
in 1990 in the Old Courts Building.
Cayman Islands Turtle Farm:
As one of Grand Cayman's main tourist attractions, the turtle farm welcomes more than
300,000 visitors a year. As a visitor to the turtle farm you'll find a working farm which
is both educational and entertaining. Visitors can walk around to closely observe the
green sea turtles; from the tiniest hatchlings in shaded tanks, to the massive adults
swimming in the breeding pond.
Fly Fish Grand Cayman:
Capt. Ronald Ebanks has over ten years experience in the Caymans and Scotland.
Pedro St. James Historic Site:
After seven years and a $7.5 million transformation, the Cayman Islands government has
created the country's most ambitious heritage attraction to date, and its first national
Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park:
Even dedicated divers are now taking longer surface intervals to explore Grand Cayman's
unexpected - and primarily unpromoted - terrestrial attractions. That is, if they learn
in the Cayman Islands:
If you plan to work in the Cayman Islands you will probably require a work permit.
Brac is the second largest of the three Cayman Islands.
It is home to some 1,500 residents and supports a thriving tourism
Catch up on what's happening in the Caymans and the Caribbean.
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