Transportation information for Cayman Islands is provided below. Travel information includes driving directions, maps, airport information and more.
The primary airports for the Cayman Islands is the Owen Roberts International Airport located about 2 miles south of George Town on Grand Cayman and Gerrard Smith International Airport which is located on Cayman Brac. Many large airlines such as American Airlines, Continental Airlines, and Delta Air Lines provide service to the Cayman Islands. Another option for arriving to the islands is by cruise ship to Hogs Sty Bay located in George Town. Chartered flights are available to get you between the Cayman Islands as well as other islands within the Caribbean.
Taxis are a common method of getting around for visitors. Grand Cayman offers a minibus service but is a less common method of transportation for visitors. Ferries are not available between the islands but private boat owners will shuttle you between the islands.
The Cayman Islands are located almost 200 miles west of Jamaica and south of Cuba.
Car rentals are available at a reasonable price and are the most ideal method of transportation. Looking for something more adventurous? Consider renting a motorcycle, scooter, or even a bicycle for getting around.