Despite its name, Grand Cayman is a small island – measuring just four miles by 22 miles – yet still manages to pack quite a punch.
If you dream of white sand and azure waters, then Grand Cayman has you covered.
Beyond the beach there are gorgeous botanical gardens and turtle farms (when Christopher Columbus sailed through the region back in 1503, he saw so many turtles that he named the three Cayman Islands ‘Las Tortugas’) to explore.
Factor in first-class restaurants and tax-free shopping and you can bank on a good time on the island that first shot to fame in John Grisham’s breakthrough best-seller, The Firm.
Read the guide at: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/cruises/port-guides/grand-cayman-cruise-port-guide/