Islands to Explore
The Cayman Islands has direct flights available from many gateway cities in the U.S. and Canada including Miami, NYC, Charlotte, Chicago, Toronto and more. If flying from Europe there are direct flights from London on British Airways. With a direct flight to Barbados now in service from Cayman Airways, you can also connect to Europe via that route on other carriers.
The temperate weather year round make it an ideal destination any time of the year and requirements to get into the country are fairly straightforward. Learn more about the essentials of travelling and staying in the Cayman Islands.
Grand Cayman is easy to navigate with a few transportation options. The Island is not big enough to support a train network, so if you want to get out and explore the entire island, a rental car will be your best option. If you just want to relax and remain within the area you're staying, using a taxi service or the public buses might be easier and a more economical approach. If you're not comfortable with driving on the left side and using roundabouts, be sure to check out the Rules of the Road if you plan on renting a car.
Know Before You Go
Compared to many other Caribbean islands, the Cayman Islands stand out for their exceptional safety. With a notably low crime rate and a welcoming local population, visitors can confidently explore the picturesque landscapes and cultural attractions. Normal, sensible, precautions need to be taken and the following articles will help to keep you safe and well.