Ready for a Winter Vacation? Look No Further than the Caribbean!

The Cayman Islands have become a popular vacation destination for people who would like to explore the Caribbean. If you are planning on taking a Grand Cayman excursion, you can enjoy hiking, golfing, and sailing, while you travel around. Here is a look at some of the exciting things to do in Grand Cayman (so you don’t have to figure out what to do!).

Camana Bay
Camana Bay is a major tourist attraction that is home to many different shopping, dining, and leisure options. Camana Bay is located near Seven Mile Beach, and is home to many special events. There are multiple clothing stores that feature designer brands, as well as stores that offer jewelry, kitchenware, electronics, books, and skincare lines, among other products. Food vendors emphasize nutrition, as they sell fruit juices, smoothies, salads, and healthy sandwiches. While Caribbean food is primarily the first choice for patrons, Camana Bay also has seafood, Asian, and Italian dining options. Check out the latest movies at the Regal Camana Bay Stadium 6.

Mastic Trail
The historic Mastic Trail allows you to explore the Woodland area, where you will find unique plant life. The Cayman Islands National Trust helps preserve the Mastic Trail, and also sponsors multiple tours. While the hike may be challenging at times, if you enjoy nature, you must find some time to explore the Mastic Trail.

Stingray City

Stingray City is located in the North Sound Area of Grand Cayman. You’ll interact with the Atlantic Southern stingrays. Be sure to listen to the instructors to avoid any accidents while visiting the stingrays. You can transport around Stingray City in a glass bottom boat, or by taking a scuba trip. Popular guides and sponsored trips include the Stingray City Trips and The Moby Dick Tours.

One of the most popular attractions in Grand Cayman, multiple cruise ships go through Hell on a daily basis. Hell has chunks of black limestone, and there are platforms that you can stand on to take pictures. Be sure to head to the gift shop to take home some souvenirs. The area is frequently crowded and your best option to fully enjoy everything may be taking a guided island tour.