The Cayman Islands are a British abroad land situated in the west side of the Caribbean Sea. The land includes the three isles of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and the Little Cayman which is situated on the south of Cuba and north-west of Jamaica Island. The Cayman Islands are believed to be division of the geographic Western Caribbean region as well as the Greater Antilles which is another Islands group in Caribbean Sea. The region is a main world offshore economic centre.
History of the Cayman Islands
The Cayman Islands stayed mainly unoccupied till the 17th century. As there is no archaeological proof for an native people on the isles, a range of colonists from different regions started to live up in the isles these people included even the pirates, immigrant from the Spanish investigation, sailors from the numerous shipwrecked, and runaways from Oliver Cromwell’s army in Jamaica Island.
On the record the first stable residents of the Cayman Islands was named Isaac Bodden. He was born on Grand Cayman around the early years of 1661. He was the grandson of the colonist named Bodden who was most likely one of Oliver Cromwell’s military at the taking of Jamaica Island in 1655.
Weather conditions in Cayman Islands
Cayman Islands have a humid maritime type of weather, here the summer weather is likely to have moist in it. The isles has rainy summer season which continues from the month of May to October. The dried up season of comparatively cool winters resides in the area from the month of November to April.
The main natural threat in the area is the tropical hurricanes that appear throughout the Atlantic hurricane season from the month of June to November.
Back in the days in 11th and 12th September 2004, a big Hurricane Ivan hit the Cayman Islands. The storm caused two losses of lives, and caused great harm to the structure on the isles. The total monetary impact of the hurricane was predictable to be $3.4 billion.