The Alzheimer’s and Dementia Association of the Cayman Islands has launched a new community program called “Dementia Friends” with the aim of making the Cayman Islands a safe destination for tourists with Alzheimer’s or dementia. The program aims to train individuals, businesses, and organizations to familiarize themselves with dementia symptoms, interact with sufferers, and handle…

Sparkling azure waters, white sand beaches, swaying palm trees and warm, sunny climes. If it sounds like paradise – it is. Welcome to the Cayman Islands. Safe and friendly, the Cayman Islands is acclaimed for beautiful white sand beaches and spectacular diving – attracting visitors from around the globe. We invite you to take in…

Three islands The Cayman Islands is comprised of Grand Cayman, which is the largest isle, with Cayman Brac 89 miles to the northeast and Little Cayman five miles to its west. The names Often, the Cayman Islands is referred to simply as Cayman, but should not be called The Caymans. Cayman Brac and Little Cayman…

While enjoying the gorgeous beaches and sunny climes of Cayman, locals appreciate when visitors observe the islands’ customs and etiquette. Decorum and manners go a long way, ensuring you don’t unintentionally cause offence. Observe the following tips to avoid making a faux pas: Wear your swimwear only at beach, the pool and when participating in…