As your travel specialist, I like to bring you up to date information on destinations of particular interest.  Lately I have been getting many inquiries about the Cayman Islands, so here is some insider information that may help you with your vacation decision.  Of course you can always contact me for additional information.

With over 300 dive sites and water that averages 80 degrees year round, the Cayman Islands are one of the most sought after destinations for divers. What you may not know is that there are many other “topside” attractions and excursions to entice the most adventurous family or thrill seeking couples.

Cayman Turtle Farm: Website

This is a great attraction. This park allows visitors to learn about sea turtles, sharks and eels, birds, and other creatures. The park even allows observing and interacting opportunities with flora and fauna.

Take a dip in their fresh water tidal lagoon, wander through their aviary and even swim and snorkel with fish and other marine life in a 1.3 million gallon salt water lagoon. (This is great for non-divers with an interest in the ocean).

Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park: Website

The Heritage Garden

Queen Elizabeth Botanic Park – Cayman Islands

Here you can get a real feel for Grand Cayman.

Enjoy a lush garden popping with colorful flowers and vegetation, a turn of the century Cayman farm house complete with its original furnishings, and a two-acre lake home to native aquatic birds. This makes for a beautiful stop on your trip to Grand Cayman.

My Bar: Website

Voted Best Bar in the Caribbean by Caribbean Travel & Life (December 2006 issue), My Bar is one of those places that you “can not miss”! An island favorite. Go early to get a good spot. Order an infamous “Mudslide” or your favorite libation. Then sit back, relax and prepare to be overwhelmed by Mother Nature’s beauty.

Seven Mile Beach:

the video below pretty much says it all.

Where to stay:

The newly-renovated Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa, has updated all 350 of its guestrooms, the main lobby, meeting rooms and other areas.

Of course there are many other places to stay in the Cayman Islands.  Drop me an email for a customized brochure.

Sherry

 

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