Three little islands make up the British Overseas Territory of the Cayman Islands, balanced one side of the enormous Cayman Trench, the deepest part of the Caribbean. While synonymous worldwide with banking, tax havens and beach holidays, there's much more to this tiny, proud nation. These beautiful islands, located in the glistening waters of the Western Caribbean, offer a slice of paradise that keeps visitors on luxury holidays coming back for more. In fact with a wealth of experiences to enjoy - from gourmet restaurants, secluded beaches and the infinite possibilities for watersports, to exotic wildlife, sub-tropical forests and pristine wetlands you'll never be short of something to stimulate your senses. What's so surprising about the Caymans at first is how un-British they are - the ubiquitous SUVs jostle for space in the parking lots of large malls and US dollars change hands as if they were the national currency. Only the occasional portrait of the Queen or a fluttering Union Jack ever begs to differ. This contradiction is just the first of many you'll discover while getting to know these islands on your next family holiday.
Some travel packages let vacationers spend a few days on each island. On Cayman Brac, visitors will enjoy hiking along the bluff and exploring the caves inland. Little Cayman is the least developed and populated of the three islands, giving visitors a secluded luxury holiday on a beach seemingly all to themselves.