As Governor of the Cayman Islands, it is my pleasure to welcome all of our visitors to our safe, tranquil, and stunning shores.
My family and I are recent arrivals ourselves, but we made it our first order of business to explore our new island home. I highly recommend what we did to all newcomers to our islands.
Certainly our beaches are world-renowned, our shopping and dining unsurpassed in the region and our watersports (from scuba diving to snorkeling to fishing) inviting and irresistible – even to landlubbers.
But, in addition to our “touristy attractions,” our real asset is our people – you will find us among the friendliest and most-welcoming you will meet anywhere.
A good plan is to venture into our districts where the pace is noticeably slower and more traditional than our always-abuzz capital district of George Town. To get even more “islandy,” plan to spend a day or two on Grand Cayman’s “Sister Islands” – Cayman Brac and Little Cayman located 80 miles to our northeast. For relaxing and de-stressing, you will find these little jewels as therapeutic as they are delightful.
Speaking for myself, my wife Momina, and our entire family, we’re delighted that you’re here (and we’re here)! Please come back to visit us often.
With best wishes,
The Cayman Islands