The beautiful islands that make up the Cayman Islands are world famous for their spectacular dive spots. Along with plenty of coral reefs, crystal-clear blue water, and soft beaches, the Cayman Islands are truly a majestic paradise. Made up of three islands, the Caymans are located on the western side of the Caribbean, not too far from Jamaica. Besides being a tropical haven for many corporate executives, the Cayman Islands continue to be the tropical paradise of choice for vacations.
Depending on the accommodations selected for a paradise vacation, the Caymans offer world class everything. The Brac Reef Beach Resort, which is near the airport, is a popular resort among visitors because of it being the film location for 2008s Cayman Went, in which Mike Lombardi starred in.
At the Beach Colony Club, they offer a West Indian flair combined with a traditional Caribbean appeal. The Beach Colony Club offers 41 rooms which have the most majestic views of Seven Mile Beach, which is the most popular beach throughout the Caymans.
With so many area attractions that the Cayman Islands offer, there is bound to be something for everybody. From getting up and personal at Stingray City where you can both feed and swim with the Stingrays, visiting the National Trust, which preserves the cultural interests of the islands as well as all of the natural resources found on the Caymans, to the many popular dive spots that have attracted some pretty famous celebrities and awsome hotels like the Kimpton Seafire.
Speaking of dive spots the Cayman Islands have become world renown to have some of the best recreational dive spots in the world. The famous West Bay dive spot plunges to over 700 feet just a half-mile off the coast and hosts the clearest water you can’t get anywhere else. The visibility there has been measured to be 100 feet. So, it’s no surprise that this dive spot would be appealing to celebrities.
With so much diving and snorkeling to do, celebrities are mostly seen at popular dive spots like West Bay. Over the years these celebrities have included: Gene Hackman, Tom Cruise, Michael Keeton, Jessica Alba, Rob Morrow and Edward Norton just to name a few.
Besides celebrities, the Cayman Islands have also played host to many popular music entertainers including Travis Tritt, Chris Cagle, Blake Shelton, Phil Vasser, Bryan White, Rascal Flats, the Beach Boys, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and Little Texas.