June 25, 2019

A Taste of Cayman comes to Toronto

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From Travel Press Led by Canadian chef Dylan Benoit, the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism hosted a special culinary event at LUXE Appliance Studio in Toronto last night (June 12). Benoit, star of Food Network Canada’s “Fire Masters,” is from Barrie, Ont. and now resides in the Cayman Islands, known as the Culinary Capital of […]

Cayman Islands Department of Agriculture and RCIPS clarify actions taken following seizure of dogs

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Released on behalf of the Department of Agriculture and the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service. Following allegations made on social media with respect to a recent operation where three dogs were surrendered and later euthanized, the Department of Agriculture and RCIPS would like to issue the following clarification of events, and provide some insight into […]

The Cayman Islands Department of Tourism launches new advertising campaign showcasing the natural beauty of the destination

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New Creative Encourages Travellers to Think Beyond Basic Beaches NEWS PROVIDED BYCayman Islands Department of Tourism  Mar 04, 2019, 10:29 ET GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands, March 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — When travellers look at other beach destinations in advertising, they often find a basic sea of sameness. Today, the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism sets itself apart from competing locales with […]

1st Hilton in Cayman

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NCB Group Partners with Curio Collection By Hilton NCB Group are pleased to introduce the first Hilton Hotel in the Cayman Islands. Curio Collection by Hilton Expands Presence in Caribbean with Signing of Hilton’s First Hotel in the Cayman Islands Set to open in 2021, the hotel reinforces Hilton’s growth in the Caribbean GRAND CAYMAN, […]

Cayman Islands: 25th Annual National Arts & Culture Awards

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Cayman National Cultural Foundation’s 25th Annual National Arts & Culture Awards this Thursday, 21st February. 2019 Awardees HERITAGE CROSS AWARDS GOLD HERITAGE CROSS AWARDEES Melvin Augustine (POSTHUMOUS) Melvin Augustine was employed in his native country, Belize, as assistant bandmaster of the Belize Police Force, after receiving the required musical theory recognition from the Royal School of Music […]

Canadian arrivals to Cayman Islands climb

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From pax NEWS More Canadians are coming to the Cayman Islands, according to the latest data from the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism. Last year (2018) surpassed all previous years of recorded visitation with a record 2,384,058 passengers including 2006, which previously held the record for the highest number of total visitors in a calendar year.  This statistic […]

Cayman Islands coming up big

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By Brian Major From Travel Pulse Tourism’s sun is shining brightly over the Cayman Islands, where visitor growth reached record levels in 2017. The Caribbean destination recorded 410,984 overnight, land-based visitors in the first 11 months of 2018, an 11.26 percent increase over the same period in 2017. The increasingly popular hotspot is benefiting from new […]

This Cayman Islands distillery is reinventing the way Caribbean rum is made

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By Ashley Mateo from AFAR Cayman Spirits Co., which just celebrated its 10th anniversary, is the only distillery in the world that uses the ocean to age its rum. It’s hard to separate rum from the Caribbean—Bacardi, El Dorado, Havana Club, Pusser’s, and Mount Gay Rum all come from such islands as Puerto Rico, Guyana, […]

Cayman Islands Department of Agriculture seeking public assistance in re-homing rescued dogs

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The Department of Agriculture (DOA) is expressing its gratitude for the public’s positive response to its appeal for homes for 16 Shih Tzu breed dogs between one and three years old after they were rescued from a home in George Town recently.  The removal of the animals from the home occurred as part of a […]

Cayman Islands Department of Agriculture working with Christmas tree importers to expedite shipments

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In order to ensure the successful importation of Christmas trees this year, Department of Agriculture (DOA) officials have been working closely with importers to provide guidance related to the requirements for importation of trees. This collaboration has become increasingly important due to the steady increase in interceptions of pests of quarantine importance in tree shipments […]