Cayman Islands Department of Tourism

George Town P.O. Box 134 KY1-9000

Cayman Islands

Apart from its award-winning Seven Mile Beach and calm, cerulean seas, what sets the Cayman Islands apart as a preferred meetings and incentives location is its luxury accommodations and state-of-the-art conference spaces tailored for the unique needs of any company. From oceanfront venues to stunning resort ballrooms, the Cayman Islands can easily accommodate every price point, no matter the type of gathering at hand. Comprised of three unique islands – Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman – the destination is easily accessible from with nonstop flights available from many major travel hubs via American Airlines, Cayman Airways, Delta, JetBlue, United, and Southwest Airlines. But the true appeal of the Cayman Islands lies in its effortless blend of luxury offerings with local Caymankind charm, making the transition from boardroom to beachside wholly unforgettable. In between meetings, attendees can look forward to the Cayman Islands’ multitude of exciting experiences for groups of all sizes —from memorable culinary offerings to active above and beneath-the-sea adventures. From unique excursions with friendly southern stingrays at Stingray City and bike tours through the lush East End of Grand Cayman or walking through the Crystal Caves, the Cayman Islands provides a myriad of nature experiences that will make any event memorable. Deemed as the “Culinary Capital of the Caribbean,” epicurean enthusiasts can head to Camana Bay for a guided dining adventure bursting with distinct island flavours on The Flavour Tour or choose from one of the destination’s 200-plus restaurants dedicated to preparing fresh, locally-sourced ingredients at five-star quality. For a second to none experience filled with various teambuilding activities and world-class venues, there is no better time to plan for a Cayman Islands meeting than now.


Distance from airport

  • Owen Roberts International Airport

    5 mi. from city center

Local Attractions

StingRay City

Stingray City is among the Cayman Islands’ most popular attractions. It’s where aquatic lovers can mingle with marine life by wading among friendly stingrays that congregate near the sandy shore. This once-in-a-lifetime Cayman experience invites adventurers to get up close to some of the most magnificent animals in the world. Experience the majestic southern Atlantic stingrays in only three feet of water as you brush up against these creatures. Stingray City is a group of sandbars located 25 miles off the shore of Grand Cayman, and offers tours ranging from 3 to 5 hours. During the tours, you can swim with, feed, and take memorable photos with these friendly rays.

Cayman Islands Turtle Centre

The Cayman Turtle Centre is the perfect place for families to learn about our islands’ history, while having lots of fun at the same time. This award-winning wildlife park provides its guests with a chance to come face to face with some of the most remarkable and ancient animals on earth. Within the centre, there are a variety of interactive activities available – including, predator tanks and swimming or snorkelling in a saltwater lagoon filled with vibrant species of fish and green sea turtles. Another magnificent stop along the tour is the free-flight aviary, where guests can feed colourful birds as they soar around the room. Before you leave, take a stroll down the tranquil nature trail and admire the unique plant species and butterflies, or stop by Smiley’s Saltwater Lagoon and watch the nine-foot crocodile get fed. Guests can also learn more about the history of sea turtles and the centre’s on-going conservation efforts.
786 Northwest Point Road
West Bay Grand Cayman, KY

Camana Bay

With more than 600 annual events, Camana Bay is buzzing with activity. From an array of restaurants to premier shopping and family-friendly activities (including Grand Cayman’s only cinema), the town centre offers endless opportunities to enjoy your trip. One of the most popular attractions is the 75-foot observation tower, where guests can journey to the top to admire beautiful sunken mosaics and amazing views. Visitors can also enjoy the weekly farmers’ market or take their children to the Imagination Playground, to make a splash in the town’s interactive fountains.
10 Market Street
KY1-9006, KY

Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park

Historical landmark
Among the island’s more tranquil destinations is the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, which includes three main attractions – the Visitor’s Centre, the Floral Garden, and the Heritage Garden. This park is also home to the endangered Grand Cayman Blue Iguana and a two-acre lake that serves as a habitat for native birds and other rare wildlife species. The Visitor’s Centre was constructed to model historical Caribbean architecture. It features beautifully crafted wooden shutters, wide verandas and a gorgeous courtyard.. Here, visitors will find parking, information, and a gift shop and a café. The Floral Garden is a magnificently multi-coloured mosaic, with hundreds of different species of tropical and sub-tropical plants spread over 2.5 acres. The entrance is a stunning view of pink roses, green Caladiums, Anderson Crepe Hibiscus, and other exotic plants. An ornate white wooden gazebo is the centrepiece that completes the picturesque environment. Guests can relax beneath the shade or enjoy the sound of a gently cascading waterfall as they stroll through the spectacularly well-maintained garden. At the Heritage Garden, the main attraction is the 20th century Rankin Home. This adorable wooden cottage once housed a family of eleven and is on display as a representation of traditional Caymanian culture. A restoration effort on the house was successful in recreating a porch, cook room with caboose (a homemade oven made out of wood), cistern, natural well, native coral stone fences and pathways lined with conch shells. The surrounding area is overflowing with a variety of blooming plants and fruit trees.
North Side


Tee off and enjoy the gentle Cayman breeze as you putt around our premium golf courses. The North Sound Club has an 18-hole course that is open to the public. Meanwhile, the Ritz Carlton Golf Club in Grand Cayman is an elegant course that embraces the island’s natural elements. The club features a full-service pro shop, tournament conditioning, customised instruction, and top-of-the-line rental equipment for men, women, and children.

Pedro St. James

Historical landmark
An authentic Caribbean great house from the early 18th century, Pedro St. James is the oldest building on Grand Cayman and has come to symbolise the birthplace of democracy in Cayman. The grounds also include an authentic outbuilding, original Caymanian cottages and multiple gardens. After years of extensive restoration, the Pedro St. James historic site has been unveiled as the Cayman Island’s first national landmark. The area spans an impressive 7.65 acres and holds historical significance as the birthplace of democracy in the Cayman Islands. The new Pedro St. James great house was created to be the central point of interest for tourists. Its three-level design with wide verandas was modelled specifically on the architecture of the original structure. Visitors to Pedro St. James are also invited inside the state-of-the-art multimedia centre to view a fascinating video that highlights over 200 years of the Cayman Islands’ history. A natural tropical park overflowing with native trees and plants also surrounds this gorgeous Caribbean attraction, making it a widely-sought after venue for weddings and other social events. There is also a recent addition to the beautiful property, the Outpost, which hosts rum tastings, a self-guided rum tour featuring some of Cayman Spirits original distilling equipment, light food offerings and, of course, some of Cayman Spirits’ signature refreshments. Visit Pedro St. James and experience the natural beauty and cultural significance that gives the Cayman Islands its unique identity. OPENING HOURS Open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Pedro Castle Road
Cayman Islands, KY KY1-1501

Crystal Caves

Travel off the beaten track and take a tour of Cayman’s breathtaking Crystal Caves. Expert guides will accompany you on your journey as they share interesting facts about the remarkable formation process that is responsible for creating spectacular stalactite and stalagmite crystal structures, as well as otherworldly formations. The caves are situated within lush tropical vegetation overflowing with a wide variety of captivating plant and wildlife species –including strangler basalm trees, air plants, parrots and bats. Before you venture underground, don’t forget to wear warm-weather attire and comfortable walking shoes.
69 North Side Road
Old Man Bay

George Town

George Town is the capital city and a popular port for Caribbean cruise ships. This quaint town is host to a variety of activities – including luxurious glass-bottom boat tours, fascinating rum distillery tours, beautiful art galleries, top-notch shopping that includes duty free shops, delicious eateries and an historical museum. Thrill-seekers will also enjoy excursions like submarine tours, snorkelling, diving and parasailing. The newly opened Farmers’ Market on Huldah Avenue is open Monday through Saturday beginning at 7:30am. You can choose from the many vendors offering fresh produce, crafts, baked goods, natural juices, coconuts and more. Cayman Islands National Museum is also located here. Overlooking Hog Sty Bay, it is one of Cayman’s few remaining 19th century structures. The Museum’s collection contains over 8,000 items including a 14-ft traditional handmade catboat, household and shipbuilding items, art and natural history specimens.
Georgetown, KY



High season
Shoulder season
Low season
Sep 15 – Dec 15

Additional Information

Three is a magic number. When two is few and four is much, three is always just right. Such is the case with the Cayman Islands, where a trio of hideaways combine to create the ultimate escape. Put yourself on the map in Grand Cayman, venture off the path in Cayman Brac, and then have the world to yourself in Little Cayman as these islands complement each other perfectly.