Grand Cayman is a destination filled with fun family adventures and the Tourism Attraction Board allows you to connect with what truly matters, in one or all of its four fascinating attractions and the national festival. There are venues and activities to appeal to every sense of adventure - from the remarkable Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, to historic Pedro St. James Castle, the natural wonder of Hell, the bustling Cayman Craft Market and the unique Pirates Week Festival.
The mission of the Tourism Attraction Board is to enhance and diversify Cayman's tourism product by offering high quality tourist attractions that display Cayman's culture, history, flora and fauna; by providing leadership and skilled management that effectively administer allocated resources for the efficient development and preservation of its attractions.
Warm and inviting to visitors, the Cayman Islands has earned approval as the number one destination in the Caribbean, as noted by TripAdvisor travellers in 2011. With world-class facilities, spectacular beaches, incomparable underwater environment, awe-inspiring flora and fauna and all-round natural beauty, the Cayman Islands has much to offer discerning visitors.
“The office of the Tourism Attraction Board is located at Pedro St. James Castle in Savannah, Grand Cayman. It is open Monday – Friday, from 8:30AM – 5:00PM, and closed on Public Holidays.
To contact us please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-345-949-6999.”
Pirates Week Office,
10 Shedden Road,
P.O. Box 5,
Grand Cayman KY1-1101,