Secluded in the turquoise waters of the western Caribbean, the Cayman Islands – Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman – with sun-kissed beaches and waters teeming with fish, offer some of the best diving and snorkeling in the world. 

Visitors can enjoy Seven Mile Beach, swimming with the stingrays, water sport activities, bicycling, horseback riding, a game of golf, a world-renowned motor car museum, and shopping in duty free emporiums and art galleries. Much more than sun, sand, and sea, the Cayman Islands’ unique heritage attractions include the Cayman Turtle Farm and Pedro St. James Historic Site. Learn about Cayman’s history at our National Museum; wander in the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park; or visit the National Trust and learn about historic buildings, bird sanctuaries, wetlands reserves, and nature trails. 

After dark, choose from a vast array of dining and culinary delights, as well as comedy, live jazz and steel pan music, or local theatre.  Cayman has class, simplicity, and diversity. Whatever you choose, you’ll find your way to relax – Cayman Islands’ style.  Visit the official website for the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism at

For airline travel to and from the Cayman Islands for this one of a kind ultra-marathon, consider traveling on our national airline carrier, Cayman Airways.

While the weather is generally warm and sunny, it may be useful to be aware of weather conditions leading up to this one of a kind race.

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