Why You Should Travel to the Cayman Islands in the Springtime
It’s that time of year – everyone is gearing up for spring break and scrambling to finalize plans. If you’re anything like most travellers, you’ve probably started the often laborious task of sifting through articles about the best-cheapest-prettiest-warmest destination for your spring travel this year. Good news – we’re going to cut your work down exponentially and make it simple: the Cayman Islands are where you should head for spring break.
Often touted as the most popular destination among the three islands, Grand Cayman is probably the one you’ve heard of the most – and for good reason. Aptly named for its size and personality, the biggest island offers a lot: bountiful hikes that yield stunning vistas and sunrises or sunsets (try the Mastic Trail) to the west, the famously crescent-shaped Seven Mile Beach, rare Blue Iguanas in Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park on the east side, and the enticingly luxurious George Town where you can enjoy outstanding cuisine, Caribbean culture, and do plenty of both local and duty-free shopping.BACK TO NEWS