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CAYMAN ISLANDS TRAVEL GUIDE
WHAT TO EATSeafood dishes like conch stew, coconut shrimp and Cayman-style lobster, heavy cake (cassava cake), and, for the brave, one of the local delicacies…turtle stew. Also, keep an eye out for the countless food events of the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean!
WHAT TO BRING BACKTortuga rum cakes or salt water taffy, colourful handmade soaps sold at markets and beach stalls, Cayman Pepper Patch gourmet pepper jelly and jewellery made with Caymanite, a unique island rock.
FUN FACTYou might already know that since this is a British Overseas Territory, driving is on the left-hand side here. But something else to note is that, if you make it to the smaller island of Little Cayman, make sure you follow this important rule of the road: iguanas, specifically the endangered Lesser Caymans species, have the right of way!
IMPORTANT INFOFor more information on all necessary travel documents, visa, taxes and more, check Air Canada’s Travel Requirements page and the Government of Canada’s Travel and Tourism website.
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