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Cayman Islands - A British territory with three diverse tropical islands

The Cayman Islands are three islands set in the Caribbean Sea, with Grand Cayman famous for beachfront resorts, Cayman Brac for diving and snorkelling and Little Cayman as a quiet sanctuary to some of the region’s rare wildlife. Brightsun Travel offers exclusive holidays to Cayman Islands in some of the most high end resorts on Grand Cayman, where you can explore the underwater and unspoilt delights of its smaller and less developed neighbours. In Grand Cayman everything is centred round the Seven Mile Beach, a beautiful strip of Caribbean coastline that houses several world class resorts, such as the expansive Ritz Carlton with an onsite water park and golf course. From Seven Mile Beach you can take a boat ride to Stingray City, where you can swim with these magnificent ancient creatures. Also off the coast of Seven Mile Beach you can reach the sunken wreck, the USS Kittiwake, a famous dive site. Elsewhere in Grand Cayman is the Salina Reserve and 24 hectare Botanical Garden where you can explore woodlands lined with exotic orchids. Contact Brightsun Travel for a range of all inclusive Cayman Island holidays offering access to some of the island’s top attractions and beaches.

Whilst Grand Cayman has its fair share of dive sites and sandy beaches, the less inhabited islands of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman provide quiet sanctuary to some of the island's woodlands and wildlife including the threatened iguana and Cayman Brac Parrot. On Cayman Brac, with less than 2000 human residents, you can see the Cayman Brac Parrot in its woodland habitat in the Brac Parrot Reserve, and swim with barracudas and eels around the Captain Keith ship wreck. In Little Cayman, with even fewer residents (only 100) you will find some of the best dive sites in the region. Even though it is reported that the Cayman Islands lost over 80% of their reefs to global warming in the last century, these reefs are slowly bouncing back to life. Many divers flock to Little Cayman for the famous dive site, the Bloody Bay Marine Park, where you can see vibrant coral, lobster and turtles. Contact Brightsun Tavel to access a range of cheap holidays to Cayman Islands and find which Cay is right for you.

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