Cayman Islands Holidays – A dream holiday
As part of an underwater mountain range stretching between Cuba and Belize, Cayman Islands is conducted at 770 km of Miami, 241 km of sunny Cuba and 300 km from Jamaica. The Cayman Islands Tropical climate is very generous and this temperature is maintained for up to 23 degrees Celsius in winter and up to 29-30 degrees in summer, which means paradise for most inhabitants of this planet.
Let us study more closely Grand Cayman, the largest island of the three Cayman Islands famous forming. It covers an area of 196 square kilometers and home the capital George Town. The entire island covers coral reefs and is 24 meters above sea level. Because no rivers or freshwater lakes, almost all freshwater reserves on the island comes from seawater desalination.
Beauty attracts bad luck and some say rightly. In 2004 the island was devastated by the worst natural disaster in the last 86 years, Hurricane Ivan damage and deaths recorded some 80% of buildings damaged or destroyed. Fortunately, the economy managed to recover because of tourism.
About investment, well paradoxical eastern part of the island has experienced great development and the west (where the city of George Town and the airport) which is full of Western restaurants, nightclubs, resorts and fast food restaurants. The eastern island of Grand Cayman instead, there are several local restaurants. As one might expect, this island economy 75% dependent on tourism, attractions are numerous, among which the famous Seven Mile Beach. Cayman Islands are paradise for divers and water enthusiasts thrill because coral reefs are quite close to shore.
Of course the local economy is sustained by agriculture, if we may call it so because the West Bay district where there are farms growing turtles for meat, thereby reducing, according to local design, consumption of wild animals. Also only in Grand Cayman can find some rare copies of Blue Iguana.
The Stingray City tourists can to enjoy the underwater adventure and catfish feed. The city is within walking distance of Grand Cayman island north in an area that is full of water not too deep where catfish live and fans can thrill to feed, comfort or even swim with sea creatures, which were common already with tourists and their habits. In the center island is the Mastic Pass, which offers to tourists an adventure in the forest of old trees, which previously covered the entire island. You can see some unique creatures in the world, such as the Blue Iguana, mastic tree, parrot green and agouti (rodents like guinea).