Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post by the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism. The thoughts and opinions expressed here are entirely our own.
From its gentle waves to its plethora of dive sites, its white sandy beaches to its endless array of adventures, there are so many reasons why The Cayman Islands are the most beautiful islands in the world. Located in the western Caribbean just south of Cuba, The Cayman Islands are comprised of three islands – Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman. Here are 10 photos that prove that The Cayman Islands are the most beautiful islands in the world.
The beaches in the Cayman Islands have some of the clearest waters in the world. Diving into the Caribbean Sea in the Cayman Islands means you’ll be greeted with 50 shades of beautiful blue.
2. The Cayman Islands are known as the world’s friendliest country. Even its under the sea inhabitants are welcoming!
3. Island time is a real thing in the Cayman Islands. Grand Cayman has a multitude of adventures and activities, but some days are best spent marinating in the magnificent waters.
4. There are endless adventures in the Cayman Islands, both on land and under the sea.
5. Every moment in the Cayman Islands feels like you’re floating on a dream. Watersports enthusiasts rejoice in the various watersports the Cayman Islands have to offer. Adventures include standup paddleboarding, jet skiing, sailing, kayaking, and snorkeling.
6. As if the beaches of the Cayman Islands weren’t perfect already, you can ride into the sunset on horseback. If you’re feeling daring, you can even swim with horses!
7. The water in the Cayman Islands is typically around 83 degrees Fahrenheit, making it the perfect place to comfortably explore under the sea.
8. The Cayman Islands is home to Stingray City, a sandbar where people can swim and hold stingrays. These gentle giants have been coming to the area for over 30 years!
9. The Cayman Islands were originally called Las Tortugas for the number of sea turtles in the area. While they’re not as prevalent as they were hundreds of years ago, turtles can still be seen swimming by divers and snorkelers around the island.
10. The Cayman Islands is home to 365 dive sites, making it possible to dive a new site every single day of the year. Divers can rejoice in warm waters, clear viewing, and plentiful sea life.