New hotel openings and a new airport ensure the Cayman Islands remain a go-to holiday destination fo

United Kingdom 1 November 2018
A number of new hotel openings, a new festival and the imminent completion of the Owen Roberts International Airport will keep the Cayman Islands as a front of mind destination for British holidaymakers.
A number of new hotel openings, a new festival and the imminent completion of the Owen Roberts International Airport will keep the Cayman Islands as a front of mind destination for British holidaymakers, says the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism European office.
The Mandarin Oriental hotel group have plans to build a new property in Grand Cayman with a completion date of 2021. As well as having its own farm, the 100-room resort will also feature a spa, fitness centre, several outdoor swimming pools and tennis courts, as well as banqueting facilities and space for weddings and business events. Landscaped walking and cycling trails will crisscross the site and a beach club will offer a variety of leisure and water sports activities. 
The KAABOO Cayman festival takes place on February 15th and 16th 2019. The festival line-up includes Duran Druan, Bryan Adams, Jason Derulo, The Chainsmokers and many more! KAABOO is known for its world-class musical line-ups and comedy headliners, cutting edge contemporary art, culinary and craft beverage experiences, and a curated host of indulgent offerings and comfortable amenities (like flushing toilets) as well as a Las Vegas-style day club called BASK. The festival has enjoyed huge success in the States but is making its move to the Caribbean for the first time with Kaaboo Cayman. Tickets are currently on sale. For more information see
Nestled in the western Caribbean, the three Cayman Islands offer pristine beaches and tranquil turquoise seas promising an idyllic, luxurious island escape. The three islands Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman are steeped in a deep cultural history celebrating their unique seafaring heritage. Visitors can sample local culinary delicacies, dive the Kittiwake shipwreck, and discover the rare indigenous Blue Iguanas at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park.
The Cayman Islands caters for family holidays, romantic escapes, culinary journeys, diving adventures and for those simply looking to switch off. The stunning underwater scenery, impressive culinary scene and cultural attractions continue to draw sun-seekers, with the warm, friendly nature of local Caymanians providing a relaxed atmosphere.
Grand Cayman is the largest of the three islands and the main entry point for visitors. It provides the best of both worlds as the capital, George Town, is cosmopolitan and lively offering a range of bars, restaurants, museums and duty-free shopping. In contrast, the East End of the island is laidback and traditional with hammock-strewn beaches and wooden fish-fry shacks.
For those looking to expand their holiday beyond Grand Cayman, the Sister Islands offer a whole host of different activities. Little Cayman, the smallest of the three islands, has the feel of a private island with just a handful of intimate resorts. Many come to relax on secluded beaches or explore the dramatic underwater vistas of the famous Bloody Bay Wall. With its untouched natural beauty, Cayman Brac offers an adventurous Caribbean holiday. Visitors can take in the breathtaking view from the top of the Bluff, explore the caves, discover the many wrecks and reefs underwater, or unwind beneath the shade of a palm tree on a quiet beach.
Whether drawn by its culture and heritage, beaches or marine world, visitors will soon learn that the Cayman Islands bring more than a splash of colour to even the most seasoned traveller’s explorations.
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