Cayman Islands What to Pack

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Cayman Islands What to Pack

  • Don't forget your swimsuits and towels

    A light backpack to pack your swimsuits and towels. Bring extra plastic bag to put your wet clothes Dramamine for motion sickness Underwater camera, camera, zoom lense, extra batteries

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    Small suitcase with an extra duffel for your souveniers to take home. Several shorts and shorts for you day wearBathingsuitDress, skirt, dresspants for your dinners at fancy placesComfortable Walking shoesDress shoes Bring your stuff from home because it is more expensive here Bring your underwater camera from home because they are REALLY...

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    Any bag will do, so long as it will fit all of your clothes and the duty-free stuff that you'll be bringing back. There shouldn’t be much weather problems unless you go out during the hurricane season. Even then (provided no hurricanes actually hit) the storms are usually very brief. Of coarse common sense tells you to bring sandals and shorts......

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    Divers: bring a mesh backpack for your dive gear. Bathing suit! Just a skin or 1 mil suit is fine for diving or snorkeling here. You don't need the coverage so much for the temperature as for protection against scrapes and jellyfish. Sunblock, eardrops, and sinus medicine! The reefs in Grand Cayman tend to get deep fairly quickly, so disposible...

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    The Cayman Islands are tempered by cooling trade winds. February is the collest month with temperatures ranging from 64 to 72 F at night to 72 to 86 F during the day. During July and August highs during the day are 85 to 90 F. May through October is the rainy season with May and October the rainiest months. March and April are the driest.Pack...

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    If you have several connecting flights, I advise you take a well packed carry on. By the time you check in other bags you might not get them until you go back home. It is nice and warm all the time, even in the evening. So pack light clothes and swimwear. If you snorkel, take your own stuff, it will save you a lot of money. If you like...

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    Pack light. Honestly, I could have gotten away with a bikini, swim suit fit for scuba diving, snorkel gear, pair of shorts, couple tank tops, dress for dinners out and an airplane outfit. Bring sunscreen. The Caymans are PRICEY and you're better off buying sunscreen, film, etc at Target. Bring your own snorkel gear if you're not staying in a resort...

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    Travel light. The weather is warm all year so you do not need a lot of clothing. Cayman Brac is volcanic in nature and has a lot of rocky places. Comfortable but durable shoes need to be worn especially when on the nature trails, rock climbing, or exploring the caves. Be sure to bring along LOTS of sunscreen! Exceptional photos can be taken with...

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    Swimsuits, t-shirts, and sandals are about all you need here! Lots of sunscreen and aloe. I've found Bullfrog sunscreen to work very well. Or you can be like my daughter and son's fiancee and become tanned models!

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    Bathing suit is a must.If you have your own diving gear - better bring it along as well to save money... Sunblock lotionAloe gel (in case you do get sunburned) For divers - underwater camera.All equipment is available, but the prices are high

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    I highly recommend a good pair of aqua socks and/or sandals. The coral on the island is suprisingly sharp in many areas and can easily cut bare feet. No worries though...the beaches also have plenty of sugar-white power-fine sand! A disposable underwater camera is cheap and can take some decent pics...the underwater pics on my Cayman page were...

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    Any kind of luggage will do to get to your hotel but make sure you have a day back that can get wet and will drain water. You tend to spend most of your time in or around the water and suede or something else like that just will not do. Sport sandles, board shorts, tee shirts. That's it. You don't need anything else. This place is very well...

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    Bathing Suit, snorkel/dive gear Lots of sun block, any type of over the counter and perscription medications you may need for any situation. under water camera (we took the disposable kind) snorkel gear we bought a set from K mart for $24. that worked just great. You can rent there for about $10US a day. 1. liquor (check the allowances, I...

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