Planning a trip to the Cayman Islands? It just got easier.
The Cayman Islands have officially lifted all travel restrictions. That means no more testing, proof of vaccination or registration of any kind.
The new regulations mean destinations are open to both vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers and no testing is required.
So just book a trip, board a plane and enjoy your vacation.
“The new rules are in line with the current global environment and we fully support and welcome the lifting of travel restrictions,” said Kenneth Bryan, Minister of Tourism and Transport for the Cayman Islands. “[This] A great day in Cayman. Thank you to all travelers, partners and community members for ensuring the government’s phased reopening plan continues to be successful. Finally, I can proudly say that the Cayman Islands are open to all!”
The news comes as Cayman sees broader air capacity to destinations, surpassing pre-pandemic 2019 levels.
Cayman is also set to get a big boost in the coming months with the start of Cayman Airlines’ first-ever flight from Los Angeles.
“Each new phase of reopening has seen an increase in visitor arrivals to our beautiful destinations and we recently celebrated a major tourism recovery milestone with the addition of our airlift capacity.” We are ready to open our doors to all who wish to visit us and we believe the future of Cayman tourism is strong.”
With deregulation, travelers can enjoy everything from its status as one of the Caribbean’s gastronomic capitals to one of the best beaches on the planet and two of the world’s most beautiful golf courses. You’ll get a taste of Grand Cayman’s immense diversity of destinations. Caribbean Sea.
It’s with Kamana Bay in Grand Cayman, a mixed-use community that is virtually a town square in the Cayman Islands, with shops, eateries, cinemas, cultural activities, and an abundance of energy.
For further exploration, visit the sister islands of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. The former is a naturally beautiful island built for adventure, diving and farm-to-table dining. The latter is a small sandy oasis for beach lovers in search of the pristine Caribbean.
For more information, visit Cayman Islands.