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Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands are composed of Little Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Grand Cayman. Like many Caribbean territories, the Cayman Islands has its own government but is politically linked to the United Kingdom. Most of the islandís inhabitants speak English, and Cayman island money has an image of the British Queen inscribed on it. The Cayman Islands are home to many financial institutions, including investment banks and hedge funds.

This group of islands is situated in the west Caribbean. These islands are the upper portion of a ridge located underneath the sea called the Cayman Trench. Grand Cayman has a landmass of over 70 square miles. The other two islands are situated close to 80 miles east of the largest island, Grand Cayman.

The Cayman Islands are full of different species of parrots. For example, the Cayman Brac Parrot can only be found on the Cayman Islands. The natural habitats of rare Booby Birds and Blue Iguanas are also located on the Cayman Islands.

Cayman Islands versus other tropical destinations

To escape the daily stresses of life and relax in a tropical paradise, there are few better places than in the Caribbean. Since tourism has become increasingly important for many Caribbean islands, and means to support more tourists have been undertaken, more people can enjoy the beauty of the Caribbean.

People travel to the Caribbean to have fun and relax. With beautiful beaches to relax on, crystal clear waters to snorkel in, tropical year round temperatures, and great winds for windsurfing, it is easy to relax and have a good time in the Caribbean.

Among the great tropical paradises of the Caribbean Sea are the Cayman Islands. Visitors to the island can interact with harmless stingrays, scuba dive or snorkel among the beautiful reefs or the Bloody Bay Wall, and enjoy the restaurants of the historic George Town. Those visiting the Cayman Islands will be able to relax and have a great time.

 

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