WIN a Luxury Escape to the Cayman Islands


We’ve teamed up with the Cayman Islands to give you and a friend the chance to win the ultimate Caribbean beach holiday to celebrate the launch of SUITCASE Volume 21: The Islands Issue.

The lucky winner will receive two return economy flights from London Heathrow to Grand Cayman and seven nights at the luxurious Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa, with breakfast included. But you’ll have to tear yourself away from the hotel to explore this paradisiacal eco-region because we’re also offering you a choice of three activities from the following:

a) A trip to Stingray City b) A ride on the Atlantis submarine c) A two-tank diver (for certified divers) or a PADI Resort “try” diver (for non-divers) d) Entrance into the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park with a day’s car hire

To be in with a chance of winning, simply click on the button and enter your email address. Don’t forget to tell your favourite travel companions to enter for more chances of winning!

Enter Now Competition open to UK residents only, terms and conditions apply.

About the Cayman Islands

Made up of three islands – Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman – the Cayman Islands remained largely uninhabited until the 17th century. Today, however, settlers of more than 100 nationalities live alongside an abundance of wildlife. With sites such as Stingray City, where wild stingrays congregate around a shallow sand bar in open water and interact with their two-legged admirers, this British Overseas Territory in the western Caribbean Sea is a mecca for divers and snorkellers alike.

Enter Now While part of the islands’ beauty lies beneath the waves, once you leave the clear waters and adventure into the leafy palm trees and tropical plants surrounding its beaches there is far more to discover. From the biggest island of the trio, Grand Cayman, where the majority of the country’s high-end resorts and restaurants can be found, you can reach the rugged landscapes of its two sister islands, where untapped forests, peaks and limestone carves among other attractions await.