You may have considered using your debit card abroad whilst on holiday, but you may be subjected to a fluctuating exchange rate, in addition to supplementary charges for withdrawing from ATM's. These fees can eat away at your holiday kitty which is why it makes sense to exchange Pounds to Cayman Dollars in advance of the trip. We display our prices and our competitors online as we believe in an open and honest service.
Our currency offering is continuing to grow as we want to make it easy for our customers to go abroad. Purchasing your Cayman Dollar online, in store or over the phone is a simple process and you can even have it delivered to your home, giving you extra time to pack your cases and develop a travel itinerary.
About the Cayman Dollar
It was introduced in 1972 and is pegged with the US dollar. It is subdivided into 100 cents. The Cayman Dollar is available in banknote denominations of 1 (blue-purple), 5 (green), 10 (pink), 25 (green-orange), 50 (green & purple), 100 dollars (red), while coinage is available in 1, 5, 10 and 25 cent pieces. Just like the Pound Sterling, all the notes all depict a picture of Queen Elizabeth II.