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Conch, callaloo, cassava: a taste of the Cayman Islands
From health-food cafes selling superfood salads and kombucha to ambient ocean-side restaurants serving up everything from steak to sushi, the Cayman Islands has definitely earned its title as the culinary capital of the Caribbean. It’s a reputation that’s been further bolstered by food festivals like Taste of Cayman and Cayman Cookout, the latter of which boasts José Andrés and Anthony Bourdain as former hosts.
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Alternative Caribbean: 6 unique experiences in the Cayman Islands
Barbie-pink houses, plush beachside condos and glossy corporate buildings – stroll through capital George Town and you might see a hint of the Cayman Islands’ rep as a financial hub. But look beyond the glass and you’ll see the archipelago is just as rich in natural charms, with extraordinary wildlife, dramatic cave formations and world-class dive sites scattered among curaçao-colored waters and snow-white sands.
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Seven unmissable dive sites in the Cayman Islands
Already a go-to destination for stingray spotting and dramatic drop-offs, this British Overseas Territory also offers some superb wreck dives within a pirate’s ahoy from the shore. The Cayman Islands' vibrant reefs are also something of a success story. With the Caribbean thought to have lost a staggering 80 percent of its coral in recent years, largely due to the effects of global warming, a 2013 study found Cayman coral health had bounced back to levels not seen since 1999.
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