Planning a trip to the Cayman Islands? It just got a whole lot easier.
The Cayman Islands has officially removed all of its travel restrictions, meaning no more testing, vaccination proof or registration of any kind.
The new regulations mean the destination is open to both vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers, with no testing required.
In other words, just book your trip, get on a plane and enjoy your vacation.
“The new Regulations are in keeping with the current global environment, and I am in full support of and welcome the removal of travel restrictions,” said the Cayman Islands’ Minister for Tourism and Transport Kenneth Bryan. “[This] is a great day in Cayman – and we thank every traveler, partner, and member of our community for ensuring our Government’s Phased Reopening Plan remains a success. At last, we can proudly say the Cayman Islands is open to all!”
The news comes as Cayman is seeing broad air capacity to the destination, ahead of its levels in 2019 before the pandemic.
Cayman is also set for a big boost in a few months with the launch of Cayman Airways’ first-ever flights from Los Angeles.
“With each new phase of reopening we have seen an increase in visitor arrivals to our beautiful destination, and we recently celebrated a major tourism recovery milestone as we increased airlift capacity,” said Rosa Harris, Director of Tourism for the Cayman Islands. “We are ready to open our doors to everyone who wishes to visit us and believe that the future of Cayman tourism is strong.”
The elimination of restrictions means travelers can savor a remarkably diverse destination in Grand Cayman, from its position as one of the culinary capitals to the Caribbean to its home to one of the best beaches on earth – and two of the most beautiful golf courses in the Caribbean.
That’s along with Grand Cayman’s Camana Bay, the mixed-use community that’s effectively the Cayman Islands’ town square, with shops, eateries, a cinema, cultural activities and bountiful energy.
For further exploration, there are the sister islands of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman; the former, a naturally beautiful island made for adventure, diving and farm-to-table dining; the latter, a tiny, toes-in-the-sand oasis for beach lovers in seek of the pristine Caribbean.
For more, visit the Cayman Islands.