Vacation rentals in the Cayman Islands

Vacation rentals in the Cayman Islands

Vacation rentals in the Cayman Islands

Escape to the enchanted islands for the perfect getaway

The three islands of the Caymans are actually a mountain plateau peeking above the water in three places. This unique locale offers everything you’d expect from a luxurious romantic getaway. The pristine white beaches border tranquil turquoise waters filled with beautiful marine life and gentle ocean breezes. What could be better than sunshine, local steel drums, sweet rum cocktails and delicious food? This is the vacation destination that will keep you coming back for more of this barefoot beach vibe. So, leave all your worries behind and enjoy the good life!

Convenient beach rentals

With many of the rentals located just a few steps from the beach and plenty of restaurants and shopping venues nearby, your chances of having a great time are very high. Perfect for any traveler, these rentals feature a pool, kitchen, gardens and great views. Choose a rental with a big living room, or one with a lovely outdoor seating area. You might even be able to snatch one with a whimsical hammock! Either way, with beaches in nearly every direction, and entertainment just around the corner, you’ve got a dream vacation waiting to happen.

Vacations in the Cayman Islands

The area and getting around

Enjoy a tropical adventure in the wild

Bird watching is exceptionally satisfying in the Cayman’s. Hike the trails in the tropical forest to find the multicolored Brac Parrot along with many other colorful species. The other islands also have reserves for beautiful birds to enjoy. The Caymans are known for shipwrecks and beautiful reefs filled with diverse marine life. The scuba diving is fantastic with 30-meter visibility and 365 dive-sites. Be sure to visit Starfish Point for a close encounter with thousands of species of unique starfish. This is a must-do even if you can’t swim because the water is shallow in most areas.

Discover the local art scene

Miss Lassie’s house named “Mind’s Eye” is an art treasure. Built in 1878, it’s listed as a World Monument for its unique art and typical Cayman architectural style. There are many events all year to enjoy the various aspects of art and culture such as the Red Sky at Night festival featuring live theater, dance, and local music performances so check the event calendar when planning your trip. The Cayman Islands National Museum displays hundreds of artifacts from generations of Caymanians in the Cultural and Natural History Galleries. You’ll love Cayman’s Craft Market in Georgetown for its rich bounty of local artisans’ jewelry, baskets, clothing, and paintings.

Travelers and activities

Cayman Islands for Foodies

The Caymans are the culinary capital of the Caribbean Sea. So dig in! There are special events like Slow Food Day in April and the Caribbean Cookout with haute cuisine in January. The rest of the time there are other highlights to start your foodcrawl. Amazing local fare from The Beach House features a five-course tasting menu paired with delicious boutique wines. Kaibo Beach Bar offers a casual beachside experience and a six-course tasting menu with a library of local rums. Lastly, try the local food at Sunshine Grill, especially the fish tacos and daily fresh baked bread.

Cayman Islands for Outdoor enthusiasts

The Caymans are a tropical paradise of rare and beautiful plant life, but they also have rare species of animal-life. For instance, this is the home of the Blue Iguana and Buffy Flower Bat who drinks honey-nectar like hummingbirds. Check out the 200-year-old Mastic trail through the Mangroves for an intriguing adventure of wildlife and vistas. If you ever imagined riding a horse like the movie Black Stallion, the Grand Cayman Island is the place to do just that. The horses are trained to run on the beach and in the ocean, just like the movies!

The signature cocktail of the Cayman’s, the Mudslide, was created by Old Judd at the Wreck Bar & Grill in the 1950s.

Top 5 travel tips in the Cayman Islands

1. Swim with Wild Stingrays

Stingray City was founded by Captain Ebanks a mile off the coast of the Grand Cayman’s 7-mile beach at George Town. The wild Atlantic rays are domesticated thanks to centuries of fisherman feeding them from the sandbar. So have a rare encounter with the stingrays!

2. Kayak amid the fairy dust

On a full moon, book a tour with Bio Bay to the hidden lagoon where hundreds of bioluminescent organisms light up in green and blue. This magical experience is only available in rare venues, so don’t miss the opportunity while you’re visiting the Grand Cayman Island.

3. Discover the Pirates’ famous cave

Skull cave, located at Stake Bay, is a must-see for everything Pirates on Cayman Brac. The kids will love this venue and it’s a nice scenic drive through farmland to get there. It is recommended to hire a local guide for safety.

4. Discover a romantic venue

Take your date to the north side of the island for a romantic evening. Cayman Spirits Co. Distillery ages their rum deep in the sea. Take the tour and discover many details about their unique distilling process and taste all their offerings including delicious liqueurs that will enhance your evening.

5. Discover thousands of endemic species

The Queen Elizabeth II Botanical Park has a spectacular array of flowers and plants to discover. You’ll need three hours or more to meander along the well-manicured paths learning about these tropical treasures. Be sure to look for the towering Corato plant because you won’t see it anywhere else.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Cayman Islands

On average, how much do vacation rentals in Cayman Islands cost?

Last year, rentals in this destination had an annual average price of around $544 per night.

What time of year offers, on average, the best vacation rental prices in Cayman Islands?

According to our most recent data, the months that hurt your pocket the least in Cayman Islands are September, June and July, with average prices of $500, $502, and $512, respectively.

During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Cayman Islands?

When it comes to looking for a vacation rental in Cayman Islands, the months that cost the most are, in order of highest to lowest, February, March and January, with average prices per night of $594, $585, and $580, respectively.

Is Cayman Islands a good location for a last-minute getaway?

It's worthwhile if you can book your stay with plenty of time when visiting Cayman Islands, as only 50% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.

What are the best months for a spontaneous getaway?

The months when it's the easiest to find available accommodation in Cayman Islands are September (the average amount of properties that are available reached 58% of the total last year), August (57%), and May (54%).

When are there fewer vacation rental options available in Cayman Islands?

The accommodations in Cayman Islands reach their peak in demand in March, with an availability rate of 40%. The second most requested month is December, with 43%, and the third is January with 46%.

Are there many rentals in Cayman Islands?

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