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Cayman Islands

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Our offline map offers you information about 17 top destinations, featuring high-quality descriptions, photos, and reviews written by real travelers.


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Top places of interest

Here is a list of just a few of the places of interest that you can find on our offline map.

Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman encompasses 76% of the territory's entire land mass. The island is approximately 22 miles (35 km) long with its widest point being 8 miles (13 km) wide. The elevation ranges from sea level at the beaches to 60 feet (18 m) above sea level o...


There are numerous versions of how Hell received its name, but they are generally variations on "a ministration exclaimed, 'This is what Hell must look like.'" It is also claimed that the name "Hell" is derived from the fact that if a pebble is thro...

Bodden Town Mission House

The Mission House is a historic house located in Bodden Town, Grand Cayman. The house rose to prominence in the 1800s and became known as the "Mission House" because of early missionaries, teachers and families who lived there while establishing a Pres...

Pedro St. James Castle

In 1996, a restoration totaling over $6 million transformed the then-abandoned waterfront building. The two-story building and its verandas were rebuilt and reconstructed in the original 18th-century style and is the most extensive restoration project ...

Charles Kirkconnell International Airport

Sir Captain Charles Kirkconnell International Airport (IATA: CYB, ICAO: MWCB) is an airport located on Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands. It is one of the hubs for Cayman Airways with flights to Owen Roberts International Airport on Grand Cayman, and Edward ...

Cayman Islands National Museum

Opened in 1990, the museum's beginnings can be traced to the 1930s when local resident Ira Thompson began collecting Caymanian artifacts as a hobby; in 1979, the government purchased Thompson's collection and it now encompasses a major portion of the m...

East End Light

The east end of Grand Cayman has long been well known for the treacherous reefs which lie under the ocean's surface just off its coast, and was in the past known as the "Graveyard of the Caribbean". The area was the site of the island's most famous shi...

George Town

The Caymanian government offices are located in George Town. These offices include the Legislative Assembly of the Cayman Islands, the Court Houses and the Government Administration Building. The Government Administration Building houses the offices of...

Edward Bodden Airfield

Edward Bodden Airfield (IATA: LYB, ICAO: MWCL), also known as Little Cayman Airport, is an airfield located on the southwest side of Little Cayman, one of the Cayman Islands. Little Cayman Airport's other main building, a 75-foot free span airplane ...

Owen Roberts International Airport

Wg Cdr. Owen Roberts was a Wing Commander in the Royal Air Force, during World War II. Following the war, Roberts retired and later founded Caribbean International Airways (CIA). By 1950, Roberts had established regular service between Cayman and Tampa...

Bodden Town

The Cayman Islands Education Department operates Bodden Town Primary School and Savannah Primary School as well as the International College of the Cayman Islands, a non-profit institution of higher learning accredited by the Accrediting Council for In...

Scuba diving in the Cayman Islands

The diving on Grand Cayman is divided roughly into 4 areas; Seven Mile Beach and the Northwest Point, The North Wall, The South Side, and The East End, with over 159 dive sites. Because of the prevailing south-east winds, it is rare to dive the South S...

Stingray City

It may be that stingrays began gathering in the area decades ago when fisherman returning from an excursion, navigated behind a reef into the sound, and cleaned their fish in the calm water of the shallows and sandbar area. The fish guts and squid were...

Seven Mile Beach

Seven Mile Beach (SMB) is a long crescent of coral-sand beach on the western end of Grand Cayman island. Seven Mile Beach is known for its beauty, recently receiving the honor of "The Caribbean's Best Beach" from Caribbean Travel and Life Magazine. It ...

Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park

Planning for the botanic park began in the late 1980s with master plans being drawn up by landscape and cultural heritage planner Carl Bray. The park was officially opened in 1994 by Queen Elizabeth II. At the time of the park's opening, only the Woodl...

Cayman Turtle Farm

While on his maritime travels, Christopher Columbus, when coming across the Cayman Islands in 1503, called the islands "Las Tortugas", because of the abundance of Green Sea Turtles found there. During the 17th and 18th centuries, the Cayman Islands bec...

Cayman Airways

The airline was established and started operations on August 7, 1968. It was formed following the Cayman Islands Government's purchase of 51% of Cayman Brac Airways which was started in 1955, from LACSA, the Costa Rican flag carrier, and became wholly ...









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