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Morritt's Tortuga Club and Resort at Caymans

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Morritt's Tortuga Club and Resort at Caymans
P.O. Box 496 GT Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands,
British West Indies
A premier vacation destination on Grand Cayman is Morritt's Tortuga Club where on a pristine beach on the quiet, exclusive side of Grand Cayman, you will find the best scuba diving and snorkeling in the Caribbean

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The view from the balcony is of palm trees on a tiny island in the middle of an enormous free form swimming pool. Morritt's Tortuga Club and Resort is the original Morritt's playground with not one, but two pools, six buildings and a variety of appealing floor plans. The big pool is the place to be for a relaxing lunch, an invigorating swim, and some of the hottest nighttime Caribbean entertainment on the island.

You'll love life on Grand Cayman. Located between Cuba and Jamaica, this friendly, English-speaking island is a dependent territory of the United Kingdom and one of the world's great financial centers. The island has an air of prosperity with about 40,000 inhabitants working mostly in the financial and tourism industries.

The Cayman Islands are one of the world's most popular dive destinations. Indeed, it's the diving, the snorkeling and the crystal clear Caribbean waters that entice so many of our guests to become Morritt's owners. Our members are literally out the door, onto the beach, and into one of two dive boats that anchor right in front of our Resorts.

Of course, you don't have to dive to love it here. This is also a snorkeling paradise, a great place to kick back on the beach or visit some of the island's world-class attractions. Drive into the capital GeorgeTown, where cruise ships line up and where you can enjoy a day of shopping, great food and sightseeing.

Grand Cayman is also famous for turtle and butterfly farms and for Stingray City, one of the world's most unusual and renowned dive and snorkeling sites where you can hand feed exotic and friendly stingrays in shallow water.

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