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Canada / New England



      Basseterre, St. Kitts


      Bridgetown, Barbados

      Castries, St. Lucia

      Charlotte Amalie, St.


      Cozumel, Mexico

      George Town, Grand


      Key West, Florida

      Montego Bay, Jamaica

      Ocho Rios, Jamaica

      Oranjestad, Aruba

      Philipsburg, St. Maarten

      Puerto Limon, Costa


      San Juan, Puerto Rico

      Willemstad, Curacao






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In the Cayman Islands you can hike through untouched woodland, pay a visit to colorful reefs and fish on a scuba-diving or snorkeling trip, or plunk yourself down on the white sands with a frosted drink in hand. You can chow down on fresh fried fish at a waterside shack or indulge in a world-class five-course meal. The Cayman Islands are an ideal destination for scuba divers of all experience and skill levels.


Did we already mention that Caribbean beaches don't get much better than Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman? The powdery sands here are set against a backdrop of resorts, beach bars, restaurants, and shops. This is the Miami Beach of the Caribbean.


Seven Mile Beach is a strip of golden sand, running the length of the western side of Grand Cayman, is what makes this island a year-round destination. Soft sands, roped-off swimming sections, and casuarina shade trees make for perfect Caribbean beachfront charm. For jogging, sunning, swimming, windsurfing, kayaking, water-skiing, parasailing, snorkeling, scuba diving, or just plain walking, this is one of the greatest beachfronts in the Western Hemisphere, complemented by a string of hotels, restaurants, and shops that lines the entire length of the beach.