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Cheap flights from Cayman Islands

An overseas territory of United Kingdom and a colony of Britain, Cayman Islands floats approximately 90 miles south of Cuba in the western Caribbean Sea. Having been surrounded by American countries, Cayman Islands is also part of an underwater mountain range between Cuba and Belize. Its crystal-clear waters and lively coral reefs make up for a stunning island experience, both for divers and beach-goers alike. What sets Cayman Islands apart from other island destinations is its strategic location in the Western Caribbean Zone, a major world offshore financial centre, making Cayman Islands enjoy a low-tax jurisdiction and reap high per capita outputs. Cayman Islands is one of the richest islands in the world, both in the sense that its natural beauty and high standards of living is unparalleled by any other.

Cayman Islands makes up for an excellent tourist destination. Here, tourists can opt to visit the hip and cosmopolitan Grand Cayman Island. It is the biggest island, offering exquisite set of entertainment, dining, and nightlife. The capital George Town houses the Owen Roberts International Airport, the main entry point to the island. In Georgetown, go for a leisurely stroll around the George Town harbour, wherein quaint shops are lined on every corner. On Grand Cayman’s west side, the famous Seven Mile beach will greet you warmly with its clear waters, coral-like sands, and luxurious Caribbean’s resorts. You may need to rent a car transfer from George Town to reach the Seven Mile beach. You may also opt to visit the Stingray City and pet a stingray!

Dive for deeper adventure in Little Cayman, deemed as one of the top diving destinations in the world, with a total of 50 diving sites. After diving underwater, let the island breeze blow your skin dry and tour around the island via scooter. Little Cayman is barely inhabited, which makes the island an epitome of a private island getaway. Little Cayman is accessible via Edward Bodden Airfield.

From Cayman Islands, you can head to other nearby destinations such as Miami in Florida, a mere one hour-and-a-half travel time. As the second most populous city in Florida, Miami is a frenzied destination of all sorts. In Downtown, expect to be cultured in a modern sense as you set your sights to some of the oldest buildings in the city to the likes of Alfred I. DuPont Building, one of the first skyscrapers in the city, standing tall since 1939. Meanwhile in the vibrant north side of the city, a hip and trendy aura emits all throughout. Case in point: Design District and all its intricacies. Here, furniture showrooms, art galleries, fashion boutiques, and gastronomical feasts are sprawled in the neighbourhood. Simply lounge in one of the couches in the Enea Garden Lounge in 40th street, a small oasis in the busy district, and find yourself recharge from all the city walking.

From Owen Roberts International Airport, you can reach London over a 10-hour air travel. As the capital and largest city of both England and the United Kingdom, London is a melting pot of culture. In Bloomsbury in Central London, be part of the history while visiting the historic district, wherein turn-of-the-century-writers have walked its alley. The University of London and the British Museum can also be found here. For shopping and entertainment, best head towards the Covent Garden, a haven for shoppers. Every shop, bars, and restaurants are unique in its own right.

How to get out

Owen Roberts International Airport is being serviced by Cayman Airways, the national flag carrier of the Cayman Islands. Other airlines flying to and fro the airport include Air Canada, American Airlines, British Airways, Delta Airlines, JetBlue, United Airlines, US Airways, and WestJet. The aforementioned airlines fly to selected destinations in America.

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