Cayman Islands

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About Country

Capital
George Town
Population
Approximately 68,000 (2021 estimate)
Population Density
259 people per square kilometer
GDP
$3.25 billion (2019 estimate)
Language
English is the official language, but Spanish and Portuguese are also widely spoken
Currency
Cayman Islands dollar (KYD) and US dollar (USD)
National Dish
Turtle stew is a traditional dish, but seafood and international cuisine are also popular
Religion
Christianity is the predominant religion, with a significant Protestant population
Climate
Tropical climate with a wet season from May to October and a dry season from November to April
Main Industries
Financial services, tourism, and real estate
Level of Development
The Cayman Islands is considered a high-income country with a human development index (HDI) ranking of 57 out of 189 countries (2020)
Area
Approximately 260 square kilometers

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Main Attractions

Some of the main tourist attractions in the Cayman Islands include:

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    Seven Mile Beach - A stunning stretch of white sand beach with crystal-clear water, popular for swimming and water sports.

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    Stingray City - A shallow sandbar where visitors can swim with and feed friendly stingrays in their natural habitat.

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    George Town - The capital city with colorful buildings, historic sites, and plenty of shopping and dining options.

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    Cayman Turtle Centre - A conservation center and turtle farm where visitors can learn about sea turtles and even hold and feed them.

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    Pedro St. James National Historic Site - A restored 18th-century plantation house with beautiful gardens and exhibits on Caymanian history and culture.

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    Hell - A unique rock formation that resembles the surface of a fiery underworld, with a small gift shop and post office where visitors can send postcards from "Hell."

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    Cayman Islands National Museum - A museum that showcases the natural and cultural history of the islands, including artifacts from shipwrecks and the traditional Caymanian way of life.

These are just a few examples of the many attractions that the Cayman Islands has to offer. Visitors can also enjoy snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing, and other outdoor activities, as well as exploring the local cuisine and culture.

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