The Cayman Islands have a reputation for being good with money — but life on the island is as much about the big blue as the green.
This three-island archipelago was uninhabited until the 16th century but is now a world-class hotspot for diving thanks to crystal clear waters, the depths of the Cayman Trough and wildlife wonders at the Stingray City sandbars.
Visitors come with an appetite for adventure, but Grand Cayman’s growing reputation as the culinary capital of the Caribbean means they can find something for their taste buds too. An abundance of seafood, a diverse international community and the support of multi-Michelin-starred chefs have helped to foster a blossoming food culture. From Mudslide cocktails to turtle steak, here’s how to get a proper taste of the Cayman Islands.