Grand Cayman is one of three islands which make up the Cayman Islands, located in the western Caribbean Sea.
Blessed with tropical marine climate, Grand Cayman experiences its wet season from June to November and dry season from December to May. The months from June to November tend to be rainy season.
Popular with tourists for its tax-free shopping, Georgetown and the shops around Seven Mile Beach offer a selection of luxury brands, leather goods, souvenirs, jewelry, cigars, clothing, and art and collectables.
For adventure seekers Grand Cayman offers so much to see and do on both land and the sea. From the exotic Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, and the black limstone formations in Hell, visitors can experience the unique bio-diversity of the island. The island, which is actually a submerged mountain top, offers incredible sea walls for adventures such as scuba diving, exploring the coral and sea life within the well-protected Marine Park areas or kayaking the calm waters. Grand Cayman offers plenty of diversions for the young and the young-at-heart.
Our guests may find the following links helpful for exploring dining options at beautiful Grand Cayman:
Additionally, our helpful staff at Lacovia are pleased to provide advice on sightseeing, shopping and dining around the island.