The Cayman Island Offer Island Paradise For Visitors Like Sanjay Patil
Tourists like Sanjay Patil visit the Cayman Islands to savor the people, culture and experiences that are unlike any other Caribbean destination. The people of the Cayman Islands refer to the way they present their country’s resources and attractions as “Caymankind,” in recognition of the smiles, compassion and care island residents bestow upon visitors.
A British territory located in the Caribbean 149 miles south of Cuba and 480 miles from Miami, the Cayman Islands are Cayman Brac, Little Cayman and Grand Cayman. Grand Cayman is largest of the three islands. At 76 square miles, Grand Cayman Islandrepresents three quarters of the total landmass of the three islands with Cayman Brac comprising 14 square miles and Little Cayman, the smallest of the three, with only 10 square mile of land area.
The Cayman Islands offer visitors like Dr. Sanjay Patil year-round weather that is perfect for just about any activity, including water sports, snorkeling, shopping or outdoor dining. With only limited precipitation and average annual temperatures ranging from 75 degrees during the winter months to 85 degrees in the summer, island guests get unhampered access to outdoor activities.
Grand Cayman Island offers Sanjay Patil and other guests every activity an island visitor could desire, including duty-free shopping at local vendors and artisans. Most visitors will eventually find their way to the clear, azure waters of the Caribbean and the many white-sand beaches, including Seven Mile Beach.
Considered by many to be one of the most beautiful beaches in the region, Seven Mile Beach is a popular destination for tourists like Sanjay Patil because it is open to the public. Seven Mile Beach is also home to many luxury resorts and hotels.
The cosmopolitan surroundings of Grand Cayman Island are in sharp contrast to the rugged splendor of the 14 square miles of Cayman Brac. Featuring a lighthouse atop a 140-foot bluff, Cayman Brac is popular among nature lovers and adventure seekers for its 200 species of birds, exotic plants and flowers, sinkholes and limestone caves, and vast assortment of fish and other aquatic life.
Popular activities on Cayman Brac include scuba diving and snorkeling. Visitors like Dr. Sanjay Patil can explore the many shipwrecks and underwater natural features that exist just off the island’s beaches. For those visitors looking to relax and unwind, Cayman Brac offers plenty of quiet, secluded beaches to get away from the crowds.
The smallest of the Cayman Islands at a mere 10 square miles, Little Cayman offers seclusion and natural beauty unsurpassed anywhere else in the Caribbean. A popular destination for honeymooners looking for a true island getaway, Little Cayman features some of the most popular diving sites in the world. The waters surrounding Little Cayman are alive with sharks, lobster, octopus, turtles, stingrays and tropical fish of every variety.
Celebrations make Little Cayman come alive with an annual Mardi Gras, Pirates Week and the popular Little Cayman Cook-off.