How Good Can Life Get?
Think warm sea breezes, swaying palm trees, white sand and clear blue waters. This can be home when you set up your offshore company in Cayman’s Special Economic Zone.
In 2012 Forbes Magazine name the Cayman Islands “The friendliest place on earth to live”! Expect to be welcomed by an international community that relishes an upscale and active lifestyle. Grand Cayman is cosmopolitan and has earned a reputation as the ‘Culinary Capital of the Caribbean’. It boasts luxury resorts, fabulous real estate, and its housing, schools and medical facilities are topnotch - not typical of a Caribbean island.
Cayman boasts some of the most spectacular white sand beaches in the world, and warm, crystal clear waters. Cayman is genuinely a water sports and fisherman’s paradise, with a great selection of tour companies to choose from providing scuba adventures, snorkeling tours, jet skis, and every kind of beach toy imaginable. There are also some great boat charter companies offering fishing, sailing and boating trips on the world famous Seven Mile Beach and in the North Sound as well as companies that offer kite-surfing, stand-up paddle boarding, and kayaking. Visit The Cayman Islands Department of Tourism for more information. You can also visit Red Sail Sports, Cayman’s leading watersport company for more information on the wide variety of diving, watersports, boating and beach activities available.
Sports and activities
Cayman is a very sporty place due to the warm climate and caters to sporting aficionados with diverse interests from football, to rugby, golf, tennis, squash, scuba diving, free-diving and every kind of water-sport imaginable. There are many gyms and fitness clubs, cycling clubs, yoga studios, dance studios, running clubs and triathlon and marathon associations. There is kite boarding, a wave-pool, ten-pin bowling and roller-skating. It’s a very sociable, active sporting community and there are always many fun sporting event going on throughout the year.
The Cayman Islands is a really cosmopolitan place to live and has become the culinary capital of the Caribbean region. There are hundreds of fantastic restaurants and menus to choose from which cater to pretty much every taste. From 5* fine dining in restaurants like Blue by Eric Rippert at the Ritz Carlton, to delicious local cuisine, seafood, sushi, Indian, Chinese, Thai and Mexican. We are blessed with an incredible selection and suggest you visit Cayman Good Taste, the definitive guide dining in the Cayman Islands.
Parents need not worry, there are some excellent schools in the Cayman Islands that offer either the American curriculum or the British curriculum and boast fantastic facilities. Check out these schools:
- Cayman International School
- Cayman Prep and High School
- St. Ignatius Catholic School
- Triple C School
EXCELLENT MEDICAL FACILITIES
We are fortunate to have very good medical facilities and world-class doctors in Cayman along with a rosta of visiting specialists. Medical facilities include The Chrissie Tomlinson Hospital and the new state-of-the-art Health City. There are also excellent medical facilities in Miami which is one hours’ flight away.
If you believe the outdoors fuels creativity, welcome home! With its incredible underwater visibility and coral reefs, Cayman is a mecca for divers, kite boarders, fishermen and watersports lovers. Choose your sport: football (soccer), rugby, sailing, paddle boarding, tennis, cricket or hockey. The island has plenty of gyms, fitness centres, yoga and dance studios, plus a regular schedule of organized activities for running, cycling and swimming and pretty much every activity you can imagine.
You’ll be living on an island, but still connected to the world in all the ways that matter.
Miami is less than an hour by air, and New York City is three hours away. Grand Cayman is serviced by most major airlines.
Why move to the Cayman Islands?
- High quality lifestyle
- Warm climate year round
- Beautiful beaches and watersports
- Stable Government
- Safe and friendly
- Good schools
- World-class infrastructure