2. Join the millionaires in George Town
Long grouped with the likes of Switzerland and Panama as one of the world’s major havens for hedge funders and banking conglomerates eager to minimise their global tax bill, the small and colourful capital of the Cayman Islands is a veritable must-see.
The harboursides lining the Grand Cayman port form the center of the action, with rows of pastel-painted buildings and pseudo-colonial builds looming on the edge of the waters.
Nearby, the sporadic remnants of Fort George bely tales of 18th-century colonial times, while oodles of duty-free emporiums touting Caymanite stones and chic wine bars frequented by cruisers and millionaires thread along the streets all around.