|George Town||C$ 387|
|West Bay||C$ 387|
|East End||C$ 387|
|Cayman Brac||C$ 680|
|Little Cayman||C$ 687|
|North Side||C$ 387|
|West End||C$ 680|
|Bodden Town||C$ 387|
Located southeast of America, the Cayman Islands – made up of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman – lie between Cuba and Jamaica in the western Caribbean Sea. Visitors booking cheap flights to the Cayman Islands land in Grand Cayman and can expect to be greeted by a dream setting for a vacation including white-sand beaches, shopper-friendly cities and last but certainly not least for anyone seeking a bit of fun after sun-down, a thriving nightlife scene. It may sound curious but Grand Cayman has 500 banks and some of the most spectacular beaches anywhere. Anyone hoping to get away from it all should consider heading to Little Cayman or Cayman Brac, two islands some 110km from Grand Cayman that feature a slower pace of life.
The islands were discovered in 1503 by Christopher Columbus and are a British territory. However its thriving tourism industry ensures the Cayman Islands maintain their place among the world’s top destinations with more than a passing interest in business and real estate. Indeed these industries, combined with an unparalleled array of beaches, looks likely to ensure that regardless of the time of year visitors will continue booking cheap flights to the Cayman Islands.
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The Cayman Islands has pleasant, beach-friendly temperatures all year round. The soothing trade winds keep the temperature from getting too hot. From May to November you’ll run into the rainy season, which also coincides with the hurricane season.
The most popular time for cheap flights to the Cayman Islands is between December and April.
Between May and November the rainy season prevails and can sometimes feature hurricanes so it is advisable to check the forecast before setting off. Some travellers consider the wet season to be the ideal time for finding cheap flights to the Cayman Islands. There are many possible reasons for this but chief among them are the cheaper hotel and resort rates, the uncrowded beaches and the fact that when the rain does arrive, it does so for relatively short periods.
(prices quotes are from London)