Published on November 28, 2017 | by Andrea Guerriero


Cayman Islands Fun: What to Do and What to See in the Caribbean Sea

Who says that the British don’t offer a beautiful destination for a tropical escape. They’re just hiding it in the magical waters of the western Caribbean Sea under the name of the Cayman Islands. Consisting of three main islands, this beautiful archipelago is a British overseas territory that has emerged as one of the most stunning destinations of the Caribbean. It’s home to diverse and brimming natural life, rich in mesmerising vistas and known for its heavenly diving spots. So, if you’re ready for a tropical adventure, make sure to explore everything that the Cayman Islands have to offer.

Adventure for a daredevil in Stingray City

While the beautiful residents of Stingray City are far from dangerous, for someone with a fear of stingrays, this can be quite a daring adventure. As one of the most popular attractions of the Cayman Islands, Stingray City has always been a must-see destination for tourists, so its inhabitants are really welcoming and unimposing. Slowly gliding through the crystal clear blue waters, they will barely notice that you’re there. You can just peacefully observe them as they graciously swim around you.

The mystical Mastic Trail into the wilderness

The Mastic Trails has a magical ring to it, especially when you learn that it’s a 200-year-old meandering path that will lead you through the natural beauties of the Cayman Islands. Any nature lover will be truly mesmerised by the surrounding landscape of colourful, rare plant species, native mangrove swamp and a woodland area that has been stretching there for 2 million years. The exploration of this magical trail will reveal to you the diverse natural world of this archipelago. Whether you sign up for a guided tour or decide to explore it on your own, this will be a great opportunity for you to reconnect with nature and find your inner peace.

The awe-inspiring lady of the sea

Hidden deep in the waters of the Cayman Islands, off the west coast near Georgetown, stands the enchanting Mermaid of Grand Cayman 55 feet beneath the surface. This bronze lady is nine feet tall and weighs 600 pounds. Her gaze upwards has a mystical appeal as she stands alone surrounded by the underwater world. Don’t miss the opportunity to dive in and meet her because she’s a sight to behold.

An aquatic exploration

Offering some of the best diving and snorkelling spots in the Caribbean Sea, the Cayman Islands are a perfect destination for having an aquatic adventure. The submarine world hides the most splendorous sights, including rich coral formations, authentic shipwrecks, steep rocks and walls, hidden caverns and diverse fish species. The wreckage of the USS Kittiwake is one of the most exciting options for scuba diving in Grand Cayman and it’s bound to leave you speechless before its splendour. Another great opportunity to explore the underwater world of the Cayman Islands is to take a tour in a real submarine. This is a truly unique sigcarhtseeing excursion that will enable you to soak in the magical beauty of the aquatic world.carr

A trip to Hell

Apparently, Hell does exist and it’s nestled in the town of West Bay on the north coast of Grand Cayman. Hell of the Cayman Islands actually refers to a region of short black limestone formations that have quite a sinister vibe. There are two platforms that will enable you to take a closer look at the formations and take a few photos of Hell. You can also visit Hell’s post office painted in bright red where you can buy interesting souvenirs from Hell for your friends. Even if you’re not in a playful mood, this site will give you a glimpse of geological diversity of the Cayman Islands.

With their lush nature, hidden wonders of the sea and awe-inspiring attractions, the Cayman Islands are truly a majestic destination that will make you feel as if you were in another world.

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Hi, I'm Andrea, a travel blogger, web programmer, seo apprentice and amateur photographer based in Milan. I love reading, I love music. I love to travel but only if I leave on a mission! I've been traveling through most of Europe and I love writing about it. I love photography, especially as a way to document experiences, places, events. My Nikon D300 camera is always with me, and it helps me in sharing my life with the rest of the world. Getting in touch with new people, different life styles and foreign traditions, and write about it, is all I can ask for.

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