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Cheap flights to Cayman Islands

Cheap Flights to Cayman Islands 

The Cayman Islands are a group of small islands in the western Caribbean, situated to the south of both Miami and Cuba and to the northwest of Jamaica. Part of the overseas territory of the United Kingdom and the British West Indies, the Cayman Islands draw visitors from all over the world who travel to the region to experience its unforgettable beaches, unique diving opportunities, and world-class water sports. Grand Cayman Island is the main island of the three, and its historic capital, George Town, is where most visitors will begin their tour of the islands. 

Grand Cayman Island's main resort area, Seven Mile Beach, sits on the north end of the city and just a short drive from George Town Airport (GCM). The area is home to several luxury resorts and numerous water sports facilities. Cayman Brac, the most remote of the Cayman Islands, is known for its flat landscape, dry climate, and unspoiled wilderness. Snorkelers and scuba diving enthusiasts will find an abundance of exotic sea life in the crystal waters of Cayman Brac's famous diving sites. Little Cayman is the most popular of the three islands among experienced scuba divers, as the sites are usually uncrowded. Popular diving sites here include Bloody Bay Wall and Jackson Point.

Best Time to Fly to Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands enjoy a hot and humid climate year-round, with daily temperatures ranging from 22 degrees Celsius to 30 degrees Celsius -- even during the winter months. Temperatures between May and October tend to go as high as 32 degrees Celsius, but you'll want to avoid hurricane season, which runs from early June to late November. By planning your trip between December and May, you'll get pleasant, tropical weather, fewer crowds, and better prices on airfare and hotels.

Airlines That Fly to Cayman Islands

George Town Airport (GCM) receives direct flights from dozens of major and small airlines, including Air Canada, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, and United Airlines. Click here to see more airlines that fly to the Cayman Islands. 

What to See and Do in Cayman Islands

Seven Mile Beach is the Cayman Islands' most popular tourist attraction. Most of Grand Cayman's Luxury spas and hotels are located here, along with beach bars, restaurants, and a children's playground. Another must-see attraction is Boatswain's Beach Turtle Farm in George Town, a green sea turtle reserve that houses a butterfly garden, a nature trail, and a restaurant. Other points of interest are Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, home of the Blue Iguana Recovery Programme, and Pedro St. James National Historic Site, a restored 18th-century house known to locals as "The Castle."

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