Cayman Islands

Jane Anderson, Honeymoon expert Jane's verdict
Sure it’s an offshore banking hub, but it has more flora and fauna than the Galapagos. In-the-know honeymooners board the 40-minute flight from Grand Cayman to Little Cayman for world class diving at Bloody Bay Wall and parties at The Hungry Iguana. Population: 150. Charm: off the scale. It doesn’t get much more laid back than this.

Recommended tour operator: British Airways Holidays

British Airways Holidays says

For a perfect Caribbean honeymoon, the beautiful white sand beaches and crystal clear waters of the Cayman Islands are hard to beat. With its stunning beaches, spectacular coral reefs and chic, laid-back Caribbean style, you’ll find an island retreat ideal for you.

  • Direct flights
  • Great for diving
  • White sand beaches

With direct flights to the Cayman Islands from the UK, the largest island of Grand Cayman is where the majority of luxury hotels, attractions and islanders are based with designer shopping, elegant fine dining and sophisticated nightlife all to hand. You can head off the beaten path too, by exploring the east coast, home to stunning nature reserves and exotic wildlife.

Our pick of Grand Cayman’s resorts are perfectly located on glorious Seven Mile Beach, one of our favourite beaches in the entire Caribbean.

Why not make the most of your time away with a spot of Caribbean island-hopping. Day trips to Cayman Brac or Little Cayman (where there are more iguanas than people!) are a wonderful way to make the most of your honeymoon experience.

There’s a wealth of things to do in the Cayman Islands. Try snorkelling and diving in some of the world’s most renowned and prestigious dive sites. With crystal clear Caribbean waters, there are superb reefs, wrecks and spectacular wall dives waiting to be explored.

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