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The Cayman Islands Are An Island Group In The Caribbean Sea, Ninety Miles South Of Cuba. The Beautiful Coral Reefs And Outstandingly Clear Waters Have Made This Island Group A Favorite Destination Of Divers. Great Beaches And Fine Restaurants And Resorts Make It An Excellent Tourist Destination As Well. Quirks Aside, The Basic Charm Of The Cayman Islands Is Quite similair To Other Caribbean Destinations: Beaches, Diving, Fishing And All The Basic Water Activities. There's Trendy Hotels, Resorts And Condos, With Enough Tourists To Match.

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Why You'll Love Kitesurfing In Cayman-islands!

  • Great wind from November till May
  • Perfect for families with a variety of activities for everyone to enjoy
  • A great place for kids to learn how to kitesurf

Did you know...

The three islands that make up the Cayman Islands have a combined land area of just 259 square kilometres. The national symbol of this island country is the green sea turtle and the country is famous for being a tax haven. Despite its name, the Cayman Island's Seven Mile Beach is actually only 5.5 miles long.

Queen Elizabeth 11 Botanic Park- 60-plus acres of unspoiled wetlands, mahogany forests, with a stunning array of orchids, bromeliads, crotons, and hibiscus. The park has become the focus of a conservation program to protect the endangered Cayman Blue Iguana.
Booby Pond- on Little Cayman, which hosts the world's largest colony of red-footed boobies, or the Parrot Reserve on Cayman Brac, which is home to the endangered Cayman Brac Parrot.

You can go kayaking, or Paddle Boarding at night, to experience the bioluminescence, and witness the magical blue glowing water. The day time kayaking, and Paddle Boarding is also as good as it is at night time. With loads of excursions to beautiful areas off the coast, where you can also take your snorkel, swim with the brightly coloured fish, and see the beautiful healthy reefs that surround the Cayman Islands.

For travelers who like sport, but don't nessercarily want to snorkel, there are boat trips which include waterskiing and wake boarding. These trips also go to the amazing Stingray City.

Other activities include Parasailing, Snorkelling, Golf, Horse Riding along the beach, and swimming with dolphins.

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