Whether you are looking to completely relocate your home or simply make a real estate investment in the Caribbean, there is one particular location that stands above the rest: the Cayman Islands.
The Cayman Islands is a British overseas territory that is located in the western Caribbean Sea, more specifically to the west of the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico, northwest of Jamaica, and southwest of Cuba. The overall population of this territory is over 69,000 (per the preliminary report of the 2021 Census).
The Cayman Islands is an unequivocally stunning Caribbean location, boasting peaceful palm trees, white-sand beaches, and shimmering turquoise waters. It’s an ideal destination for tourists and aspiring residents alike. And that is why you should certainly be researching and, in the end, investing in Cayman Islands houses for sale.
Before you go ahead and just purchase any house in the Cayman Islands that you see, you should have a decent understanding of what each of the three islands in the territory is like. That’s precisely why we have created this brief overview of all three islands: Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman.
Grand Cayman is the most popular and populous island of the three. It alone has a population of over 65,000. The island is 22 miles in length and 8 miles across at its widest point. Grand Cayman has an abundance of stunning beaches to both explore and lounge on, most notably Seven Mile Beach.
Seven Mile Beach has been voted one of the best beaches in the entire Caribbean but even amongst the top 12 beaches in the world!
There is a whole lot to explore on this island, such as George Town (the capital city), Cayman Turtle Centre, Rum Point Beach, Hell (a naturally occurring tourist destination), Elizabeth II Botanic Park, the Mastic Trail, and so much more!
Cayman Brac is the second-largest island of the three, spreading out to just 12 miles long, and its width averaging roughly 1 mile. It has a humble population of 2,000 residents, making for quite a close-knit community of residents.
Cayman Brac is known for its stunning natural beauty, from beaches and bluff to inland flora and fauna. The island has exotic animals, like Lesser Caymans iguanas, endangered parrots, and peregrine falcons. You can explore quaint towns and quiet natural locations on this island, too.
Little Cayman is the smallest island; its population is less than 200 while its geographical size is just 10 miles long and 1 mile wide! However, this little island offers a lot for both residents and tourists.
It is an ornithologist’s haven, as the island has diverse “birdlife,” such as the red-footed boobies. The island even has a Booby Pond Nature Reserve anyone can visit and enjoy. Plus, the island has one of the greatest scuba diving locations in the world for divers of all levels: Bloody Bay Wall Marine Park.
Now that you likely have a better understanding of the Islands and each of them individually, you should work with Crighton Properties to help you navigate through the many Cayman Islands houses for sale today. Give their dedicated real estate team a call today at 345-949-5250 or send them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org!