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What to Do on Your Honeymoon to the Cayman Islands

                                                                                                                               Photo by eismannhans, CC0 1.0

The Cayman Islands are one of the best destinations in the Caribbean Islands. There is an infinite number of things to do here. Whether you want to lounge in the sun or go on an adventure, here are some awesome things you should do on your honeymoon to Grand Cayman.

Relax at Rum Point

This is about 45 minutes away from Georgetown, which is a very busy place. Georgetown has airport traffic, and it is also a port of cruise ships. If you want to relax without the hustle and bustle of a city, heading north to Rum Point will reveal a lovely, quiet strip of beach. Find a beach chair and relax with a drink in your hand.

Seven Mile Beach

This is one of the best beaches in the Caribbean islands. It is shaped like a crescent, and you can find amazing resorts located on Seven Mile. Check websites, such as www.grandcaymanresorts.com, to book one. There are beach bars, restaurants, playgrounds, restrooms with showers, plus gorgeous, soft sand beaches. Located close to Georgetown, this area boasts tons of things to do.

Stingray City

No trip to Grand Cayman is complete with a few hours spent at Stingray City. It isn’t really a city, instead, it is a sandbar located a few miles out to sea. Here, you can feed and interact with Atlantic Southern stingrays. With instructors close by, you can swim, pet and even feed these amazing creatures. Depending on the company you use, you can snorkel, take a glass bottom boat, or scuba dive with the stingrays.

 

Hell

While in Grand Cayman, take a quick stop at Hell. The name Hell refers to an open space filled with short, black limestone. You can take a tour around the area to get an understanding. This isn’t a place you will spend hours; it is great for an hour. Take a few photos and grab a souvenir to show you visited.

Cayman Turtle Farm

Centuries ago, the Cayman Islands were home to thousands of green sea turtles. Unfortunately, over the years, they are now considered an endangered species. This is why it is a great idea to spend some time at the Turtle Farm. They are working towards providing the locals with turtle meat that doesn’t come from the endangered species.

Here, you can get an up-close look at green sea turtles. There are over 7,000 turtles calling the Farm their home. You can take a dry tour of the farm or opt for snorkeling in the lagoon with the turtles. This is a great place to visit with your children. They even have beautiful baby sea turtles. You can easily develop close to an entire day here. It is one of the best things to do, whether on a honeymoon or with your family.

Distillery Hopping

The Cayman Islands are known for their rum distilleries. For your honeymoon, take an evening tour of some of the great bars and distilleries. There are some amazing options. You don’t just have to sample rum; the Islands are also home to a number of breweries, such as Caybrew, CayLight, and White Tip Lager. Make sure to stop at Margaritaville before leaving!

Submarine Night Dive

Some sea creatures come out after dark. Get up close and personal, without getting wet, in a submarine dive. This cruise gives you an amazing look at the underwater world of the Atlantic Ocean. The lights of the submarine light up the reefs and show off the beautiful fish and predators. This is like nothing you have ever seen before.

 

The Cayman Islands are full of fun activities. For newlyweds, you will have some amazing options to fill your days and nights you aren’t lounging on the beaches or swimming in the ocean. There are some great resorts. No matter what you are looking for, you can find it here at the Cayman Islands.

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