The defining moment of your Cayman Islands vacation could well be that moment in time when you realise you can do as much … or as little …as you choose.
From beach, to forest reserve, to skate park...from historic building, to bird sanctuary, to submarine there is an incredible array of attractions.
Some you would expect to find in an idyllic Caribbean island and some you would not. Here, there really is something for everyone: for every age, for every physical ability and for every interest.
Perfect for the solo adventurer, for the romantic get-a-way or for the “togethering” family...the Cayman Islands has your kind of adventure.Now all you have to do is choose what it will be.
To find fantastic accommodations while in Cayman Islands please see our website at www.caymanislands.ky
Looking for a place to eat on Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac or Little Cayman?
Discover wonderful dive operators for the beginner or advanced diver.
Planning a destination wedding - let us help you. Find interesting and unique things to do for the whole family or just the adults while visiting the Cayman Islands.
Please don’t hesitate to contact the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism, call at the number on this page or visit us on our official website www.caymanislands.ky
The Cayman Jazzfest December 3-5, 2009 the greatest names on the island paradise. The result will be pure harmony, with artists such as Alicia Keys, Peabo Bryson, Oleta Adams, Keith Sweat, Kirk Whalum and Mike Phillips. For details please visit our website at www.caymanislands.com/jazzfest
Here are some more upcoming events:
o Pirates Week: November 12-22
o Jazz Feast: December 3-5
o Cayman Cookout: January 15-18, 2010
o International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame: January 28-February 1, 2010
Partnerships - CEPTS
The Cayman Islands Environmental Project for the Tourism Sector (CEPTS) is a public-private sector partnership for improved environmental performance in the Cayman Islands tourism sector.
o Cayman Summer Splash: June 1-September 4
o Go East & NTMP
o The Go East Initiative is a partnership between the Go East Committee and the Cayman Islands Government. The Committee is an independent body unaffiliated to any political body.It serves as a liaison between the community and the Government with regard to potential investments in the district. The Committee is an advocate for residents of East End who may have a business idea which they would like to pursue and for those residents who would like to enhance their existing businesses.
o NTMP is the ‘Go East’ Strategy document is an addendum to the National Tourism Management Plan (NTMP) 2009 – 2013; its aim is sustainable development of tourism in the Eastern Districts of Grand Cayman. Download the complete draft document.
The National Customer Service Standards Initiative called PRIDE (Personal Responsibility In Delivering Excellence) was established in conjunction with the Freeman Group in 2007. It has been created to ensure our islands remain a premiere destination in the Caribbean we must consistently deliver world class service to each individual.
Our guests must be welcomed with exceptional service from the moment they arrive on the island. This service needs to be consistent and excellent until the moment they depart