Are you planning a Caribbean vacation because you have been drawn to the beauty of the Cayman Islands for years? If you're a snorkeler or scuba diver who has experienced some of the most spectacular underwater marine life and coral formations in the world you'll want to take advantage of the more than 300 dive sites and moorings around the islands of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.
Grand Cayman offers much more than sun, sand and sea. Some of its unique attractions include the Cayman Turtle Farm, the world's only commercial Turtle Farm; Boatswain's Beach - an all-day entertainment and learning center; Pedro St. James Historic Site with a restored 19th century plantation great house and an interactive theatre, the National Museum in George Town, the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park and Gardens and Camana Bay (Grand Cayman's newest town), the wreck of the ex-USS Kittiwake (Grand Cayman's newest wreck dive site) and of course, world famous Seven Mile Beach - just 10-15 minutes by car from our Resort.
After dark you may enjoy cultural events and comedy clubs, jazz sessions, steel band concerts and local theatre or sample culinary delights at the many restaurants and pubs around the island.
Although entry to the Cayman Islands is easy for US, British and Canadian citizens and citizens of the British Dependent Territories as they do not require passports but must present proof of citizenship, the U.S. State Department and the Department of Homeland Security announced the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative, which will require all U.S. citizens and foreign nationals to carry a passport or other accepted secure documents to enter or re-enter the U.S. from both vacations or business travel anywhere in the Caribbean, Bermuda and Central and South America, effective Dec. 31, 2005. This requirement is applied to all travel by both air and sea.
To find out more details on travel requirements, please visit the State Department's web site.
To apply for a passport you can visit the State Department's passport section. Be sure to allow plenty of time to complete your application before your travel dates.