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The Cayman Islands is a popular tourist destination for both seasoned and amateur travelers. It offers visitors the chance to experience a tropical atmosphere with breathtaking views while also lounging in the lap of luxury.
To experience the Cayman Islands fully, use this travel guide to navigate the national languages, local currencies, travel weather, and more during your visit.
There are a variety of ways to get around the three Cayman Islands.
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The Cayman Islands uses the Cayman Island Dollar and uses the symbol $ or CI$. It is a dollar-denomination currency and is traded in banknotes and coins.
The islands use $1, $5, $10, $25, $50, and $100 banknotes and the coins subunit is divided into 1c, 5c, 10c, and 25c coins.
Grand Cayman (Photo via Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon)
The Cayman Islands' official language is English and more than 90% of the population speaks it. It makes getting around the islands very easy.
You may hear people talking about Cayman Creole. This is still English but with the signature Cayman dialect and accent.
The Cayman Islands are part of the Caribbean Sea, which is hot, humid, and tropical the whole year. There isn’t much variation between the summer and winter months.
Like other tropical destinations, the weather is distinguished through the wet and dry seasons.
The wet season, which is from May to November, is hot and cloudy. October is the month with the most rain.
The rest of the year is pretty dry but still warm, and April is the driest month of the year.
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No matter the season, the Cayman Islands weather is perfect for frolicking on the beach and sunbathing. The rainy season showers only last a few hours and they don’t experience severe hurricane weather. It’s an all-year-round travel destination.
That being said, if you’re like us, you might want to avoid the crowds or the heat. If you want to skip the oppressive heat, January to early March is the time to go. And if you want to avoid crowds, then visit during the off-peak season from the beginning of April to June.
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