480 miles south of Miami, and just south of Cuba
in the Western Caribbean, three underwater mountains rise
up from the deep blue Cayman Trench, just peeking their tops
out of the warm, clear water to create the tiny islands of
Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac. These tiny islands
have developed a giant reputation among divers over the last
50 years, and their popularity grows greater each day. The
British Crown colony of the Cayman Islands offers a seemingly
infinite selection of dramatic underwater attractions, accessible
from shore and at hundreds of nearby moored sites; a balmy
climate; a friendly, English speaking population that enjoys
one of the highest standards of living in the Caribbean; and
all of the conveniences of the modern world, balanced by wide
expanses of protected natural wonders.
accessible from many North American gateways via major airlines,
Grand Cayman's Owen Roberts International Airport is only
about an hour and 15 minutes from Miami and about two hours
and 30 minutes from Houston. Entry requirements are easy to
meet, and there is a bounty of duty-free shopping throughout
or old, hard-core diver or water-phobic, you will find just
your type of vacation on one of the Cayman Islands. Grand
Cayman offers the most possibilities, from quiet shores on
the East End, to bustling Seven Mile Beach, and everything
in between. The diving here is just as varied and impressive.
Cayman Brac will show you a quiet, nature-oriented time and
some terrific, pristine diving, and Little Cayman will take
the nature theme and dramatic diving even farther into wonderland.
your choice. It's all here. So click in and get wet Cayman-style.
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