Luxury holidays in Cayman Islands

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  • Cayman Islands Luxury holidays

    The Cayman Islands are a fantastic destination for a luxury break in the western Caribbean Sea - their status as an offshore jurisdiction for wealthy people all over the world only adds further to their prestige as a tourist location too, and they benefit further in their appeal to UK travellers by the fact that the official language is English on what is technically a British overseas territory - a home from home at a distance of over 7,000 miles from mainland Britain, and a very different landscape from any you will see in even the most well regarded of seaside resorts along the English coastline.

    Chilling in the Cayman Islands

    The steady climate means that during any visit to the Cayman Islands, regardless of the time of year, you can expect warm and sunny days. Combine that with the truly spectacular coastal landscape and pristine beaches - often voted among the absolute best in the world - and it's not hard to find yourself hooked on the thought of spending a few days just sinking into the sand and listening to the waves crashing on the shore. Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman is probably the most iconic, and very nearly lives up to its name at just over six miles in length - best of all, it is public property, meaning you can walk the full length of it if you want.

    Getting active on the Islands

    For some people, the waters around the islands are the biggest draw, and they are also a great way to add some activity to your break. Scuba diving is on offer throughout the Cayman Islands, on Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac.

    When should I visit the Cayman Islands?

    The tropical destination has a typical climate for its latitude, and that means the drier months are actually in the UK's winter season, from December through until April. From the spring into the summer, there are more rainy days, but still about two in three days are dry throughout this period. There is little change to be found in the average daily temperatures through the year, from about 25°C in the winter to 29°C in the summer - a very small range between the different seasons, and for many people a surprisingly low 'high' in July, which makes the Cayman Islands a more comfortable place to spend a hot sunny day than some of the world's hottest locations.

    What’s on offer on a luxury holiday?

    Luxury holidays in the Cayman Islands are all about you. If you want a room with a spectacular view of Seven Mile Beach, your luxury hotel will make it happen, and if you fancy champagne for breakfast, they’ll arrange that too. Paying a little extra to experience true luxury is well worth it in the Cayman Islands, and don’t forget that the degree of pampering you receive during your stay is entirely up to you. The Cayman Islands offer sophisticated, refined service, and while you certainly won’t have mountains on your doorstep, you will have some of the Caribbean’s most spectacular scenery to explore, as well as the careful, hospitable service and that ever-warm welcome that the people of the Cayman Islands offer to all of their visitors.

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