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Cayman Islands Travel and Tourism

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Cayman Islands are a British overseas territory located in the western Caribbean Sea. The territory comprises the islands of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman, located south of Cuba and northwest of Jamaica. The territory is a major offshore financial centre in the Caribbean.

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Batabano The Grand Carnival of Grand Cayman - George Town
Batabano The Grand Carnival of Grand Cayman Grand Cayman's answer to Carnival is Batabano, a weekend of costumed hedonism and hangovers held around Easter. The local equivalent on Cayman Brac is known as Brachanal, held a week after Batabano. Celebrated on all three islands is Pirate's Week, a 10-day party at the end of October that features fireworks, mock battles and assorted skulduggery, and gives bankers, bar workers and locals the chance to break out the gold earrings, eye patches and stuffed parrots. The Cayman Islands International Fishing Tournament is a month-long fishing tournament every June where locals and visitors test their skills against one another and the fruits of the sea. Hefty cash prizes are doled out for record breakers. Public Hol...

Beaches are Crowded during Peak Season in Cayman Islands - George Town
Beaches are Crowded during Peak Season in Cayman Islands Mid-December to mid-April (winter) is the peak tourist season, when hotel rates are substantially higher and beaches and lodgings more crowded. As such, summer is a great time to come. The weather's warm, accommodation cheaper (down by as much as 40%) and the crowds thinner. There is more rain in summer, but it tends to come in downpours that clear as quickly as they arrive. Nervous Nellies will rightly tell you that this is hurricane season, but the chances that you'll get swept up in the big one are slim. Even so, it's best to keep an eye on the weather reports in the days before your arrival.