A return ticket and the address of where you are staying.
The Cayman Islands use the Cayman Dollar and the US Dollar. Whilst US dollars are accepted everywhere, you will likely get change in Cayman dollars.
Banks sell the US Dollar at 0.84 and buy them at 0.82. Most bars, restaurants and shops use 0.8. I.e. $1 Cayman Dollar equals $1.25 US. It sounds complicated... It is.
Absolutely. Cayman is one of the safest, if not the safest, island in the Caribbean.
The Cayman Islands is policed by the RCIPS (Royal Cayman Islands Police Service). The emergency number is 911.
The legal drinking age is 18.
It is a British-protectorate and the Governor, appointed by the Queen of England, acts as Head-of-State.
The left side. And yes, there are roundabouts.
Vaccinations are not required for travel to the Cayman Islands.
There is a daily bus service with hours and fares depending on the route and the day of travel. The central Depot is in Georgetown, and buses can be flagged down from the side of the road or at a bus stop, with stickers outlining where they are traveling.
Most accommodations, bars and restaurants provide WIFI and internet.
There are plenty of banks in Cayman, and you will have no problem finding an ATM. ATMs dispense both Cayman and US dollars.
Temperatures are usually in the high 70's to low 80's, and you can expect low humidity. February is one of the best times to visit.
Not in the marine park but there are many reputable companies to go fishing with.
From Stingray City to snorkeling the reefs, to shopping, there is no shortage of things to do in Grand Cayman. Click here to see everything Cayman has to offer.
Most hotels offer children's programs, so there's no need to worry about keeping your children occupied.
The event is just north of Kimpton Seafire. It is about a 10-15 minute drive from the airport and within a 10 minute drive of most hotels, resorts and condos. There will be a KAABOO shuttle service available.
Yes, there are rental car agencies at the airport and throughout the island.
Unfortunately, camping is not permitted in the Cayman Islands.
Caymankind is an approach to life. It is about the entire experience of the Caymanian culture. With over 125 nationalities living together in harmony, Caymankind is all about our islands' people, resources and traditions. Visitors experience Caymankind as a feeling of joy.