Record tourist arrivals edge toward 2 million

Nearly 2 million tourists arrived in the Cayman Islands by air and sea in the first ten months of 2018 – the highest number in history.

Government defends $55,000 spending on marketing port project

Tourism officials have defended a decision to spend more than $50,000 of public money promoting the controversial cruise and cargo port project.

Pirates pillage, party in Cayman

Scores of privateers and marauders flooded the streets of downtown George Town in search of plunder and booty Saturday in the marquee event of Grand Cayman’s annual Pirates Week celebration.

Youngster shines in Tourism Speak-Off

Leanna Allen has distinguished herself with her thoughts and her words.

West Bay hosts its Heritage Day

Visitors, school children and residents enjoyed a day of culture and tradition at the West Bay Heritage Village on Monday.

Pirates Week road closures announced

As the Pirates Week festivities for Grand Cayman get under way, a number of roads and junctions in downtown George Town will be closed.

Miss Festival Queen replaced by best national costume

There will be no Miss Festival Queen crowned at this year’s Pirates Week Festival. Instead, a new competition to find the best national costume is being introduced, organizers said.

JetBlue begins flights from Fort Lauderdale to Cayman

The first JetBlue flight from Fort Lauderdale to Grand Cayman landed on Thursday, marking the beginning of a new daily flight option for tourists and Cayman travelers.

Mom and daughter photo wins Cayman Airways competition

Nancy Barnard’s submission of a photograph of herself and her daughter on a flight to Little Cayman won her the grand prize in Cayman Airways’ 50th anniversary social media competition.

2018 Tourism Conference: How much tourism is too much?

Balancing quantity with quality should be a key consideration for tourism destinations like the Cayman Islands, according to two guest speakers at the 2018 Annual Tourism Conference.
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