If you can’t get enough of the Caribbean, but want a change from the all-inclusive resorts it’s time you visit the Cayman Islands. With three stunning islands, each with their own unique character, the Cayman Islands are the perfect getaway for someone who loves delicious food, fun fitness activities, ample wildlife and of course, sun, sun and more sun! Here’s a few things you don’t want to miss on your trip to the Cayman Islands.
Do yoga on the beach in Grand Cayman
Grand Cayman, the largest island known for its luxe resorts and beautiful beaches, is the perfect place to recharge. Grab your mat or join a morning class on the beach. Watch the sunrise while you move through your flow. Afterwards you can grab a paddle board or kayak from Red Sail Sports at the Westin in Grand Cayman and soak in the rays while enjoying the relaxing sea breeze.
Yoga at the Westin in Grand Cayman
Swim with the stingrays
Definitely sure to be the most memorable moment of your trip is swimming in Stingray City. Take a boat out to the sandbars north of Grand Cayman, near Seven Mile Beach, where you’ll be greeted by dozens of stingrays that you can feed and pet. If you have an experienced guide you can even opt for a stingray massage! Yes, you read that right! Tip: Bring a waterproof camera.
Stingray City in the Cayman Islands
Hop on a bike and discover Little Cayman
Little Cayman is a small island (only ten miles long) that is famous for its excellent scuba diving and laid-back atmosphere. Night and day from Grand Cayman which is known for its opulence, Little Cayman feels like a small town with quaint hotels, and bed and breakfasts. Only 170 residents live there year round. Grab a bike from Little Cayman Resort and discover the entire island, with one main road it’s impossible to get lost. You’ll be amazed at the beautiful nature and abundant wildlife the island has to offer.
Bike in Little Cayman
Live the luxe life in at Le Soleil D’or in Cayman Brac
Book the luxury beach house from Le Soleil D’or in Cayman Brac and enjoy your own private paradise, complete with your own pool. Walk out to The Bluff, the highest part of the Cayman Islands and take in the stunning vistas. Then head to Le Soleil D’or’s farm for the epitome of a healthy lunch. Keep an eye out for birds as this area has significant populations of some of the rarest!
Luxury Beach House, Le Soleil D’or
Shop your heart out at Camana Bay
Camana Bay is your high-end shopping and food destination in the Cayman Islands. Built like a mini town in Grand Cayman you can spend the whole day taking in the beautiful boutiques, gorgeous gardens and incredible restaurants. From coffee shops to gourmet dining there is something for everyone. We suggest taking a trip to the observation tower where you’ll find the most beautiful views of Grand Cayman and an impressive mosaic wall the spans the entire interior of the tower.
Mosaic at the observation tower at Camana Bay