About Cayman

The Cayman Islands were discovered in 1503 by Christopher Columbus and originally named Tortugas – which is Spanish for turtles.

The Cayman Islands have much to offer the traveler with her three island idyllic gems – Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.

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Cayman Islands is a popular dive spot with breathtaking walls, colourful marine life and ancient shipwrecks that await the hungry diver.

Little Cayman and Cayman Brac are a paradise for nature lovers and is a short flight from Grand Cayman. Grand Cayman is the largest and most developed island and offers plenty of activities from international 5-star dining, quality entertainment and duty-free shopping.

The famous Seven Mile Beach is recognized as the “Best Beach in the Caribbean” and scuba diving fans have rated Cayman Islands the “Best Overall Destination” and “Best Wall Diving.”

Jennifer Avventura 2012 Cayman (4)

To learn more about Jennifer Avventura click here. You will be swiftly taken to my first blog My Sardinian Life.

Have you been to paradise?

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4 Responses to About Cayman

  1. Grand Gayman was a popular spring break spot when I was in College, sure wish I had gone. I look forward to reading your blog.

    • Really? I would have never thought Cayman was a popular spot for spring breakers. It’s a lovely little gem in the Caribbean that’s for sure. Thanks for stopping on by and commenting. 🙂

      • I went to a Christian college, you got credit for going and teaching vacation bible school. I guess no credit for Miami or Daytona Beach. I couln’t afford to go but friends alway spoke highly of the island, had a great time.

  2. Jennifer, I nominated My Caymanian Life for a Versatile Blogger Award! I invite you to do what you like with the nomination, and feel no obligation to respond, but know that your blog is read and enjoyed. You can read about your nomination in my post: http://travelgardeneat.com/2013/05/01/blowin-in-the-wind-or-where-do-all-the-bloggers-go/

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