Currency: Cayman Islands dollar (KYD),
Airports: Owen Roberts International Airport, Grand Cayman (GCM),
Sir Captain Charles Kirkconnell International Airport, Cayman Brac (CYB),
Edward Bodden Airfield, Little Cayman (LYB)
Known for: Diving, Seven Miles Beach, Sting Ray City, Cayman Turtle Centre, Blue Iguana
Official Tourism Website: visitcaymanislands.com
Drives on the: Left Side
Calling Code: +1 345
He hath founded it upon the seas
Ahhh, the Cayman Islands! There are only a few places around the world that allow you the get away from it all and be enveloped in a beautiful tropical landscape, perfect white sand beaches, warm blue water, cool breezes, and friendly locals like the Cayman Islands. These three sister islands, shining like a trio of jewels sparkling in a turquoise crown, are all waiting to welcome you.
Each island has its own personality, from its people to its landscape, its accommodations to its lifestyle. Grand Cayman, the largest and most cosmopolitan, welcomes young and old alike with 5-star accommodations, a bustling local culture and one of the longest, most beautiful stretches of beach in the world – Seven Mile Beach. Little Cayman, famous for its world-class diving and scenic wonders, isn’t just a romantic retreat; it’s a romantic surrender. Cayman Brac, with its awe-inspiring bluff and laid-back lifestyle, splits the difference. The perfect place, not only to get away, but to be away.
There’s no shortage of things to do. Enjoy world-class diving, snorkeling, fishing, sailing and watersports or opt for a food tour through its robust Culinary Capital. Take a trip to Stingray City and pet its friendly inhabitants, enjoy a horseback ride on the beach, go exploring at the Cayman Turtle Centre or walk through the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park and see the endangered Blue Iguanas. Whatever your choice, there’s a memory to be made.
Couples come to Cayman Islands to experience an enchanted wedding. So, whether you want a lavish or intimate celebration, everyone gets to enjoy it in a tropical paradise with a choice of world-class amenities and the option of wedding planners who have a reputation for exquisite excellence and resolve to meet every desire.
Marriage Requirements for Cayman Islands
With the proper preparation, you can get married in Cayman as soon as the day you arrive. Here is a list of everything you’ll need to have and to hold:
- Proof of Citizenship and Age (Passport or Birth Certificate & Photo ID)
- Proof of Marital Status (Divorce Decree or Death Certificate, if needed)
- Immigration Department Cards for Non-Cruise Passengers
- International Embarkation/Disembarkation Cards for Cruise Passengers
- Two Witnesses at the Ceremony
- A Non-Residents Marriage License
- A Letter from the Authorized Marriage Officer who is to officiate
Applications for non-resident marriage licenses and a list of licensed Marriage Officers can be obtained from the Passport and Corporate Services Office. On the Sister Islands, this is provided by the District Commissioner's Office.
Passport and Corporate Services Office
Sussex House, 128 Elgin Avenue
George Town, Grand Cayman, KY1-9000
District Commissioner's Office
District Administration Building
PO Box 240
Cayman Brac KY2-2101
You can get married the day you arrive, giving you more time to enjoy the blue waters. US $250 in fees.
Important Links for the Cayman Islands
To learn more about the Cayman Islands, please see the important links below:
Entry Requirements for the Cayman Islands
How to Get to the Cayman Islands
Places to Stay in the Cayman Islands
Things to Do in Cayman Islands
Events taking place in Cayman Islands
Dining in Cayman Islands