Still a British colony, three Caymans are exceptionally civilized & gloriously tropical, offering barefoot simplicity & luxe bells & whistles, plus superb diving, fishing, & beaches. Home to Stingray City & Grand Cayman's famous Seven-Mile Beach.

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Atlantis submarine an undersea Caymans adventure

If you have never been in a submarine gliding silently and effortlessly along a coral wall teeming with marine life, you are in for a big treat. The US-Coast-Guard-approved Atlantis XI is a 65-foot long battery-powered submersible specially designed for underwater sightseeing adventures in tropical waters –– and where better than the Cayman Islands, with some of the clearest waters in the world. read post

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Caymans callout in '10 Prime Places to Honeymoon'

The post-wedding honeymoon is a tradition going as back as the 1500s. While some couples go for a day or two, others spend weeks traveling and exploring different places around the world, together. And why shouldn’t they? After all, they have taken the decision of their lifetimes to spend it with each other. Bonding two families together, for some honeymoon is actually the first chance at sparking new shades of fondness. However, planning a honeymoon can get tedious. Of all the other things,…

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8 reasons to visit the Cayman Islands this spring

The three islands that make up the Caymans have garnered a special reputation for some special pieces of Caribbean paradise, including one of the hemisphere's loveliest beaches Seven Mile Beach, and Stingray City, where people mingle freely with scores of these amazing creatures. But things are always cooking down here (even outside popular foodfests like January's Cayman Cookout and Taste of Cayman), and that includes not only yet more exciting culinary events with celebrity chefs but also...…

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  • The Caymans just recently got a nice plug and overview from Yahoo! News - check it out: https://news.yahoo.com/10-reasons-why-visit-cayman-214837151.html
    10 Reasons Why You Should Visit Cayman Islands In 2022
    From swimming with stingrays to learning traditional Caribbean crafts, every traveler should visit Cayman Islands this 2022.
  • For those of you who have never done w wreck dive, we have some good ones off St.Kitts.

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  • Grand Cayman gets a Tripatini blog shout-out in the recent Best Caribbean Shopping Off the Beaten Path, Part 1!

  • Thanks, Jordan! We'll reach out to Katie asap!
  • You can contact Katie Laucks at Missy Farren & Associates in NYC. She's very helpful.
  • In addition to running Green Global Travel, I also freelance for Cayman Airways' SKIES magazine. I'm trying to get in touch with the Cayman Islands Tourism Board's U.S.-based PR people for a story I'm working on: Anyone know whom I should contact? Any help is greatly appreciated.
  • Friday, January 29th 2010 at The Harquail Theatre
    6:30pm - 7:15pm - Cocktail Reception: Canapés and cash bar
    7:30pm - 9:30pm - Film Presentations
    Featuring Works by:
    Ron & Val Taylor
    Wyland
    Kirk Krack
    Hans Hass
    RESERVE YOUR TICKETS FOR $25CI, $20 for CITA members (purchased in advance)
    In conjunction with this, the 10th Anniversary Scuba Diving Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will be on Saturday, January 30th at Pedro St. James. Tickets to this dinner & ceremony are $50CI OR $65 for tickets to both nights (Jan29 & 30th)
    We are also requesting items from our members for the silent auction that will take place during the Underwater Film Festival event. If you have items that you are willing to donate, please feel free to submit details of your donation along with the value and a certificate or the physical item on or before January 26th.
  • Not to mention cool catboat regattas. Each "village" stages its own fun events. FYI, no one on the Cayman Islands calls them the Caymans. It's the Cayman Islands or Cayman.
  • Argh, mateys! It's Pirates Week in the Caymans, Nov. 12-22. Music, street dances, costumes, games, food and drink, "pirate invasion", Kids Day, glittering parade, sports events, Heritage Days, fireworks! It's 11 fun-filled, festive days in the sun with something for everyone, and a lot of it FREE! If you go, come back and share your pix & vids on Tripatini!
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