Cayman Islands Trip Planner

Know Your Trip Budget for Your Dream Vacation to Cayman Islands

How to plan a trip to cayman islands

The Cayman Island group can be found in the Caribbean Sea south of Cuba. The area is known for its coral reefs and clear waters, making it a hotspot for scuba divers. There are also spectacular beaches and quality restaurants for all holiday-makers to enjoy.Climate: On the Cayman Islands, you will discover a tropical marine climate with warm and rainy summers from May to October; and dry, cool winters from November to April.

Best Time To Travel           

Because much of the activities around the Cayman Islands revolve around beach activities, going in summer is a good option, although it is better to go in spring or autumn to avoid the worst of the rainy season. Spending time on the beach is exciting when there are no rains.

Travel Information: Getting To and Around

The Owen Roberts International Airport (GCM) is situated onGrand Cayman and serves as the main airport of the Cayman Islands. The flight from Miami only takes about an hour. Many cruise ships also pull in to the port on Grand Cayman.

To get around Grand Cayman, car rentals are readily accessible, as well as scooters and mopeds. Scooters and mopeds are much cheaper than cars, and you can use them to get around anywhere.

Where To Stay

Accommodations on the island are plentiful, but can be rather expensive. There are a number of luxury resorts with amenities, but a more affordable option can be to rent a condo or apartments with kitchen facilities as food and drink are expensive on the islands.

Most hotels and resorts are found on the Grand Cayman. You will therefore need to make sure that you are prepared to pay for expensive accommodation and meals. There are however other cheaper options that you can consider.

Aqua Bay Club Ocean Front Condos

These 21 oceanfront condos are located on the Grand Cayman along the famous Seven Mile Beach.

Grand Cayman Beach Suites Hotel

This is the finest of the island’s suite beach resorts, also situated on the sparkling sands of Seven Mile Beach.

What to see

The Beach

Whether you enjoy relaxing in the sun or swimming in the sea, the beautiful Cayman Island beaches will not disappoint. The weather here is just perfect for beach lovers, you will definitely enjoy here.

Stingray City

This famous dive site is a must-see, even if you are not a diver. At the appropriately named Stingray City, you can touch and feed the Southern Atlantic stingrays in the shallow water next to a sandbar.

George Town

When you need some escape from the sun, head to nearby George Town, to lose yourself in this little town dotted of duty-free shops and restaurants overlooking the waterfront.

Rum Point

On the quiet north side, this is a scenic destination frequented by tourists and locals alike. At Rum Point, you can take a trip on a glass-bottomed boat, swim, snorkel, and enjoy the sunshine.

Where to be

Hangouts and night life

Elements Ultra Lounge and Dance club

This was the first proper night venue on Grand Cayman, located on the famous Seven Mile Beach. The club has four bars, a VIP, a live performance stage, as well as nightly events to keep you going into the early hours.

JET nightclub

This is the newest of Cayman’s premier nightclubs. The top DJs spin the latest tracks and the dancefloor is the place to be to show off your moves.

Eat Outs

The best food to try is the local cuisine, not only is it fresher and cheaper, but unique and delicious. Local specialities include various fish dishes, conch and turtle. You can ask a taxi driver to take you to their favourite Jerk Stand.

Sunshine Grill,

Two dishes at this affordable restaurant were voted the best of Cayman. They serve a mean taco.


If it’s Italian you’re after, try the pizza, fresh pasta and seafood at Edoardo's . The gnocchi is a very popular choice.

Blue by Eric Ripert

This is one of the better and more exclusive restaurants in town. The eatery serves local seafood and has an extensive wine list.



Pirates Week National Festival

Ahoy me matie! During the last week of October, pirate-themed music, costumes, games, food and drink invade the islands along with sports events, a parade and fireworks. The festival runs for 11 days in the sun, along with Caribbean rhythms into the early hours of the morning. This unique event is good fun for the whole family.

Cayman Island continues to attract tourists from around the globe due to its unique scenery and holiday facilities. You will not be disappointed if you visit this wonderful holiday destination. 

How much does it cost to travel to Cayman Islands

Plan your trip to Cayman Islands with an estimated budget for your travel. The average daily cost of food in Cayman Islands is USD 224.85 per person. For a family of four, the cost of eating out is USD 899.4. For getting around Cayman Islands, you will need a rough figure of USD 59.96 per day. For detailed Cayman Islands trip cost calculator, use Cayman Islands Trip Planner.


Average Price of a Luxury Trip in Cayman Islands

  • Average Daily Cost* USD 1312 Per Person
  • Cost for One Week USD 9184 Per Person
  • Cost for Two Weeks USD 18368 Per Person
  • Cost for One Month USD 39360 Per Person

Average Price of a Mid-Range Trip in Cayman Islands

  • Average Daily Cost* USD 1035 Per Person
  • Cost for One Week USD 7245 Per Person
  • Cost for Two Weeks USD 14490 Per Person
  • Cost for One Month USD 31050 Per Person

Average Price of a Budget Trip in Cayman Islands

*Based on Food, Accommodation & Transportation

How much will it cost once you're in Cayman Islands

Food & Drinks
  • 3-Course meal (mid-range) USD 89.94
  • Fast food Combo meal USD 9.13
  • Coffee (Cappuccino regular) USD 4.87
  • Bottle of Water (1.5 L) USD 3.67
  • Soft Drinks (Coke/Pepsi, 0.33 L) USD 3.07
  • Domestic Beer (0.5 L) USD 3.92
Accommodation & Transportation
  • Luxury Accommodation USD 739
  • Taxi Start (Standard Tariff) USD 11.99
  • One-way Ticket (Local Transit) USD 2.4
  • Fuel (1 L) USD 1.41

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