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Vacation Rental Price Information in the Cayman Islands
This graph displays average prices of the vacation rentals and holiday apartments located in the Cayman Islands. in the Cayman Islands, prices can go up to $458 (2/23 - 3/2). Prices decrease in a week of June (6/15 - 6/22), where average prices are $328.
Rental Availability Information in the Cayman Islands
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of vacation rentals in the Cayman Islands. The busiest time to book a rental in the Cayman Islands so far is in March (3/9 - 3/16), where only 22% rentals are available. The week with the highest percentage of available rentals is in September (9/7 - 9/14).
Cayman Island vacation rentals are about sun and fun
Although the Cayman Islands are best known as an offshore financial haven, they also are a popular vacation destination for water lovers, divers, and snorkelers. Among the three islands, Grand Cayman offers visitors the most varied selection of vacation home rentals. Accommodations include luxury beachfront villas, resort-like condos, beachside bungalows, budget-friendly diver cottages, and high-rise apartments.
Often called the culinary capital of the Caribbean, Grand Cayman truly has something for everyone. Seafood is, by far, the most abundant of dishes. You'll find traditional Caribbean fare, such as turtle soup and conch stew, as well as Indian, Spanish, and Asian restaurants. To eat like a local, go to Vivine's Kitchen on the East End. The restaurant features home-cooked meals, made with locally grown ingredients and regional spices and herbs.
Beach fish shacks are the most budget-friendly eateries and offer daily fresh-caught seafood from local fishermen. Upscale dining options and bars are found in the heart of Georgetown. There, you'll find Michelin-starred steak and seafood restaurants, exotic Indian and Moroccan eateries, and bars with extensive offerings.
Take a dive into history
The Cayman Islands National Museum, located in the capital city of Georgetown, is the oldest public building in the islands. The museum houses two permanent exhibition galleries and three traveling galleries, one of which is designed for children.
The Natural History Gallery takes visitors on a submarine dive to see the famous Cayman wall, a sea turtle nesting area, and wetlands, where you'll see wildlife unique to the island. The Cultural History Gallery features themed exhibits, mock court trials, and island pioneer displays.
Explore the underwater world with the whole family at Atlantis Submarine. Go 100 feet below the surface in a 65-foot submarine within the Cayman Islands National Marine Park and get up close and personal with ocean creatures. Ocean guides narrate as you peer through the portholes during the 90-minute tour.
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