Norwegian Pearl, Grand Cayman
The rich history of the Cayman Islands conjures up images of shipwrecked sailors, buccaneers and sunken pirate ships.
This near mythical status is now replaced by a modern treasure hunt adventure of sweeping white sands, stunning coral formations and turquoise waters.
Grand Cayman is the largest of the Cayman Islands. Enjoy a variety of water sports on famous Seven Mile Beach, or simply “Relax Cayman Islands Style” and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere of this stunning Caribbean treasure.
A diver’s dream, underwater adventure abounds in Grand Cayman with more than 200 dive sites with spellbinding coral reefs and colorful marine life. A must-see for adventurous souls is Stingray City, noted as the best 12-foot dive in the world. For beginners, dive at Trinity Caves and Orange Canyon.
On land, explore mysterious caves and coves, once hideouts for notorious pirates like Blackbeard and Sir Henry Morgan. Visit the Cayman Turtle Farm, the only green sea-turtle farm of its kind in the world. Considered an endangered species, the green sea turtle is practically extinct elsewhere in the Caribbean.
Visit Grand Cayman’s Botanic Park and its amazing Heritage and Floral Garden. Just beyond the Floral Garden, the two-acre lake has three small islands with native vegetation, providing a habitat for bird life.
Spectacular natural beauty, a wealth of activities and points of interest, along with all the modern conveniences to make your stay as comfortable as possible can all be found here on the largest and most developed of the three Cayman Islands. Grand Cayman is the home of George Town, the capital city, which boasts some of the finest cuisine and shopping in the Caribbean.
Whether you want to explore the majestic beaches, dance the night away or simply head out on a sightseeing adventure, Grand Cayman is the place to experience your modern adventure.
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