|Popular in||December||High demand for flights, 6% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||September||Best time to find cheap flights, 3% potential price drop|
|Average price||£558||Average for round-trip flights in September 2021|
|Round-trip from||£504||From London to Cayman Islands|
LON - GCM
£556 - £1,000
The Cayman Islands – Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman – are situated just a short distance off the eastern tip of America, between Cuba and Jamaica. Travellers booking Cayman Islands flights arrive in Grand Cayman and are welcomed with sugar-white sand beaches, a bustling city centre, and a decadent nightlife scene. Grand Cayman is home to 500 banks and some of the best beaches in the world. Those travellers looking for peace and quiet, and no distractions, should head to Little Cayman or Cayman Brac. Both islands are located just 70 miles from Grand Cayman and are touted as being more relaxed and laid-back than the main island.
First discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1503, the Cayman Islands remain a British territory and are still under British rule. Thanks to the booming tourism this country sees every year, the Cayman Islands continue to thrive and function in business, real estate, and beaches. So long as tourists continue booking flights to the Cayman Islands, the pristine beaches and bustling business centre will continue to flourish, making them a year-round destination for any traveller.
The Cayman Islands has pleasant, beach-friendly temperatures all year round. The soothing trade winds keep the temperature from getting too hot. From May to November you’ll run into the rainy season, which also coincides with the hurricane season.
Between the months of December and April is peak season for Cayman Islands flights.
From May to November is rainy season and sometimes hurricane season so visitors are advised to keep an eye on the weather before arrival. Many regard the wet season as the best time to find cheap flights to the Cayman Islands when room rates are cheaper, the beaches less crowded and the rain comes in short, sharp bursts.