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On the Cayman Islands, a British Overseas Territory located within the Caribbean Sea, you have three choices for a memorable luxury vacation: Grand Cayman, which is sophisticated and cosmopolitan; or Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, which are more undeveloped and remote — perfect for adventurous travellers. No matter where you choose, however, you will be greeted by pristine beaches, lush rainforests, and unforgettable luxury.
Whether you're spending the day on the beach, exploring the Caymans' lush forests or bustling cities, or simply unwinding poolside, a luxury villa in the Cayman Islands will allow you to fully unplug and rewind as you take in the sights, sounds, and tastes of these beautiful Caribbean locales.
Whether you're a honeymooner, travelling with family, or simply looking for a getaway with close friends, there is a luxury vacation rental to suit your holiday.
Families of any size — and of all ages — will enjoy the amenities available at these luxury villas.
Kaiku: This eight-bedroom villa is ideal for families with very young children, as it features a nursery with an attached private zen garden, which has two cribs, a toddler bed, a changing table, and a nursing rocker.
Tranquility Cove: Here, you'll find a master bedroom connected to a children's room, as well as outdoor hammocks, an infinity pool, and a barbecue — perfect for family meals al fresco.
White Cottage: One of the five bedrooms at this modern cottage-inspired villa features bunk beds and is attached to the master bedroom via a shared bath.
Enjoy the pristine beaches and stunning sunsets of the Cayman Islands with your loved one at one of these incredible villas.
Jasmine Cottage: The garden rocking chairs at this quiet, rural retreat are a great place to enjoy a romantic morning cup of coffee or evening cocktail together.
Fingertip: This single-storey villa is extremely secluded, offering optimal privacy for honeymooners.
Bit of Heaven: A bright, colourful resort flanked by coconut trees, featuring beach access and a beautiful thatched beach cabana.
The sparkling Caribbean sea is right at your doorstep with these striking villas.
Paradis Sur Mer: It's all in the name! From a gated entryway to a private barefoot beach, this beachfront villa is a true seaside paradise.
Kaia Kamina: The private beach at this villa can be explored via kayak, paddleboard or snorkel.
Evolution: All seven bedrooms at this beachfront villa face the ocean — a true treat for travellers who want as much time by the sea as possible!
Sit back, relax, and have your every need taken care of at these staffed luxury villas.
Castillo Caribe: This staffed villa is designed for tropical gatherings, with a great room that can host parties of up to 100.
Point of View: Not only does this villa come with a private chef and butler, but it can be pre-stocked with groceries, and wine and liquor delivery are available.
Moon Kai: This staffed villa is also ideal for families, as the personnel on hand includes a babysitter.
Visas are not required for visitors to the Caymans Islands who are staying for up to 30 days. However, visitors must have a valid passport that does not expire for at least six months, be able to produce proof of onward travel, and proof that they will have sufficient funds for their intended length of stay.
In George Town on Grand Cayman, Owen Roberts International Airport is the largest international airport on the Cayman Islands. Cayman Brac also has an international airport, Charles Kirkconnell International Airport, while Little Cayman's Edward Bodden Airfield offers flights only to and from Grand Cayman or Cayman Brac.
The best way to get around the Cayman Islands is by rental car. You can rent a vehicle when you arrive at Owen Roberts International Airport or from Charles Kirkconnell International Airport on Cayman Brac. Taxis and public transit (via minibus) are also available.
The best time to visit the Cayman Islands is between March and June. Or, if you prefer cooler weather, you may wish to visit between January and February.
Whether you prefer a low-key, relaxing vacation or prefer activity and adventure, the Cayman Islands has what you need. Don't miss out on a visit to the famous Seven Mile Beach, which was recently named "The Caribbean's Best Beach" by Caribbean Travel and Life Magazine.
The Cayman Islands are known for their scuba diving, with more than 365 dive sites across the islands. From shipwrecks to stingrays, scuba enthusiasts will be thrilled by the diving available off the islands' coasts.
Opportunities for birdwatching, water sports — like parasailing and scuba diving — hiking and cycling, and shopping (especially in bustling George Town), are also plentiful.
If culinary tourism is your thing, you're in luck: the Cayman Islands are often known as the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean. Fresh seafood — including turtle, conch and eel — is a staple here, as is traditional Caribbean fare such as jerk chicken and johnny cakes. There are more than 200 restaurants on the islands serving traditional and international fare.
The weather in the Cayman Islands is tropical and hot year-round. August is the hottest month, with daytime temperatures averaging around 29 degrees Celsius, while January is the coolest month, with daytime temperatures around 25 degrees Celsius.
When you book your Cayman Islands Villa with Rental Escapes, our Personal Concierge team will work with you to fill your days with the perfect balance of relaxation, excitement and entertainment. Along with our partners on the ground at your destination, we'll coordinate all the logistics of your arrival, your return home and everything in between. In addition, we're available to make recommendations on things to see and do, places to eat, and anything else you may want or need while enjoying your stay.