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About Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands are located in the Caribbean, situated south of Cuba, northeast of Costa Rica, north of Panama, and northwest of Jamaica. This island group, belonging to the United Kingdom, was first discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1503.
Comprising three islands – Grand Cayman, Little Cayman, and Cayman Brac – the islands were named "Las Tortugas" by Francisco Fernández de Córdoba due to the turtles found on them. Known for their proximity to world-famous cities, 700 km from Miami and 750 km from Mexico, the Cayman Islands officially belong to the British Overseas Territory. The capital and largest settlement, George Town, is located on the west side of Grand Cayman Island, with a population of approximately 28,000 residents.
Administratively divided into eight regions and governed by British laws, the Cayman Islands' population is around 68,000. Despite English being the de facto language, different languages are common among the various ethnic groups.
The islands, composed of white sand and palm trees, primarily rely on the tourism sector as their main source of income. Known for famous beaches like Seven Mile Beach, the Cayman Islands are also recognized as a duty-free shopping paradise. Besides their underwater paradise, the islands are famous for unique diving spots. The financial services sector holds a significant place in the country's economy. Additionally, agriculture, fishing, cotton production, and shipbuilding contribute to the economy.
The Cayman Islands have a tropical marine climate, experiencing a rainy and hot summer season from May to October, while the period between November and April is drier and hotter. Severe hurricanes can occur between July and November. Average temperatures range from 26 degrees Celsius in January to potentially reaching 30 degrees Celsius in August.
The islands come alive with numerous events and festivals held annually. Significant festivals such as Cayman Cookout, Taste of Cayman Food & Wine Festival, Legends Tennis and Agricultural Show, Kaibo Kitefest, Cayman Islands International Fishing Tournament, Flowers Sea Swim, CayFilm International Film Festival, and the Cayman Islands Marathon reflect the island's culture.
The cuisine of the Cayman Islands is influenced by Caribbean cuisine, primarily based on fish and seafood. The local cuisine includes ingredients such as coconut, conch shells, cassava, plantain (a type of banana), sweet potatoes, rice, and peas. Exotic desserts are often made with coconut water. Unique beverages like fish tea are standout features of Cayman Islands cuisine.

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Which airlines have flights to Cayman Islands?

British Airways, Qatar Airways, interCaribbean Airways, Cayman Airways, United Airlines, American Airlines organize flights to Cayman Islands.

To which Cayman Islands cities are there direct flights from the USA?

Cayman Islands cities with direct flights from the USA: Grand Cayman.

Which airlines have direct flights to Cayman Islands?

Airlines that offer direct flights to Cayman Islands: British Airways.

Which are the most popular Cayman Islands airports?

The most popular airports in Cayman Islands: Charles Kirkconnell Intl., Owen Roberts Intl..

Which are the most popular Cayman Islands cities?

Most popular Cayman Islands cities: Cayman Brac, Grand Cayman.