Fleewinter really made our trip memorable. It was so easy and they choose the right hotels and tours and cities to experience, the trip just opened our eyes to a completely different culture.
Silky sand beaches, clear warm waters, and plenty to keep busy, the Cayman Islands are a Caribbean paradise with each island offering something a bit different. Grand Cayman is the crown jewel with luxurious villas and hotels and world class dining. Rugged Cayman Brac is for the adventurous and Little Cayman calls to divers for its breathtaking wall dives and a Robinson Crusoe-feeling on land.
If you’ve only ever thought of the Cayman Islands as a banker’s hideaway, you’re in for a treat. Let us talk you through the barefoot luxury paradise waiting for you on the other end of a direct flight from Heathrow.
Our favourite way to experience the Cayman Islands is in a private villa – although there are some lovely hotels, too. Whichever you choose, you’ll want time to see the beautiful Seven Mile Beach, look for blue iguanas in the botanical garden, snorkel with stingrays on a sandbar or play a round of golf, maybe ride a horse into the warm Caribbean, or marvel inside cool caves. And don’t forget the restaurants – there’s a reason that Grand Cayman is known as the culinary capital of the Caribbean.
Below we’ve put a few suggestions of where to stay and how to spend your time but you’ll get the most up-to-date information and personalised advice by getting in touch. Don’t be shy, we’re a friendly bunch!
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The Cayman Islands are a bit of a mystery to many but having done my share of diving, lounging, exploring, sunbathing, eating, and otherwise soaking in the nation’s glorious offerings, I’m here to help you make the most of your holiday.
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