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About Cayman

The Cayman Islands is comprised of three islands, Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.  Grand Cayman is the largest featuring all the amenities one would know from most places overseas, with Cayman Brac being the second largest of the islands and still holding charm from years gone by, along with the smallest of the islands Little Cayman which is almost untouched with a population size of less than 200 residents.

Grand Cayman Island features something for everyone with fine taste.  Whether you are looking for fine dining, entertaining nightlife or the serene beach – Grand Cayman has it all.  With around 50,000 residents, Grand Cayman is approximately 76 square miles.

Cayman Brac features 14 square miles of breathtaking beautiful scenery and about 1,800 residents.  The small community enjoys the 140 ft bluff, the caves and great diving sites on the “sister” island.  Only a 30 minute plane excursion away from Grand Cayman, all the amenities of the mainland are never far away.

Little Cayman features well under 200 residents and at just 10 miles long and 1 mile wide, this is an island get-a-way like none other.  Imagine recharging your batteries and kicking back on the island that has withstood the test of time.

Each of the three islands is truly unique in their own special ways.  Maria can answer any questions you have about the Cayman Islands, how they are similar to other parts of the Caribbean and which island would best suit your particular need.

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