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Mangroves in the Cayman Islands Mangroves are interconnected wetland forests generally off the coasts of tropical areas. They’re crucial ecological areas, and they’re also protectors of the dry lands they surround. The largest mangrove area on Grand Cayman is the Central Mangrove Wetland. Located east...Read more
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Did you know that you can snorkel directly off our shores at Christopher Columbus Condos? Not only can you, but it’s a great location to do so. Our waters are teeming with activity. In order for you to get the most out of your first...Read more
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Divers enjoy underwater glory in Cayman Divers are returning to Grand Cayman, and one thing we keep hearing is how incredible everything is looking underwater. Our underwater landscape has always been world-renowned, but after a couple of years of being essentially undisturbed the seas are...Read more
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Asking a restaurant owner to pick their favorite dish on their own menu is like asking a parent to pick a favorite child—but we asked anyways! Below you’ll find 10 exciting new restaurants adding even more flavor to the Cayman food scene. Get to know...Read more
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Andre Gooden has spent his whole life in Grand Cayman. In his lifetime, he’s watched his island develop from a rural, quiet island to a bustling tourist destination that’s visited by millions of people each year. “It was a good experience because you got the...Read more
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If you’re vegan (or even vegetarian), you know how hard it can sometimes be to find restaurants that cater to your needs. At Christopher Columbus Condos, we want your vacation in Grand Cayman to be about relaxing and enjoying the sunshine, not about struggling to...Read more
20. Hold a Baby Turtle The Cayman Turtle Farm is one of the island’s most popular tourist sites. While there, you’ll see turtles of all sizes, and you can even hold the smaller ones! You’ll also have the opportunity to get some great snapshots of...Read more
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Twenty years ago, Aaron Hunt wouldn’t have seen himself where he is now. Today he serves as an unlikely hero to some of the Cayman Islands’ most vulnerable animal species: coral. With a love of the sea and a lifetime of lessons under his belt,...Read more
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The Cayman Islands has over a millennium of rich history, but most of its history with humans began less than 400 years ago. In that time, Grand Cayman has gone from a remote island jungle to a busy stop for pirates and other seafarers, to...Read more
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Have you ever met someone who immediately makes you feel welcomed into their life? Someone who makes you feel like you matter? That’s how it feels to meet Nina Squires, owner of Beach Bubbles soap shop in Bodden Town (and the entire strip mall, but...Read more
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