Hello Cayman Islands
The first thing that might spring to mind when you think about the Cayman Islands is its status as an international tax haven, but visitors to the islands see little of this corporate world. Instead, they're treated to everything that only a trip to the sun-kissed shores of the Caribbean can bring: glorious beaches, warm weather, incredible sunsets and some of the finest diving spots on the planet. Many only visit the Cayman Islands for the day, however, and the majority that stays longer tend to stick to the classy resorts near Georgetown's Seven Mile Beach. It's not hard to understand why, of course: the beaches on this western side of Grand Cayman are some of the finest in the Cayman Islands, and the shallow, crystal clear water and coral reefs are really rather special. But day tourists and Seven Mile Beach-hugging visitors miss out on Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, Grand Cayman's smaller island siblings. Tiny they might well be, but the diving spots and beaches here are just as good, certainly quieter and quite possibly that little bit more memorable.