The Cayman Islands are home to many beautiful tourist attractions, besides the beautiful weather and amazing beaches. The Cayman Islands are also home to amazing sights, such as the Queen Elizabeth II Royal Botanic Park, home to a wider variety of plants and wildlife, such as fruit trees, the world’s largest orchids, over sixty species of vibrant butterflies, and the delightful blue iguanas.
The Tukka Restaurant and Bar, where celebrities like Taylor Swift have been spotted on vacation, where you can watch your chef prepare locally caught fresh seafood right in front of you and dine on their porch right there on the beach. Don’t forget their desert buffet, where you can find anything from peach cobbler, to brownies, to cheesecake.
Enjoy the Cayman Islands’ Sting Ray City. A naturally-occurring congregation of many species of sting ray and a wildlife conservation zone which has been featured on the covers of National Geographic, the Wall Street Journal and is a premiere destination for diving enthusiasts across the globe, playing host to names like Richard Branson and NBC’s Al Roker.
Take a tour of the Cayman Spirits Co. Distillery, sample their offerings of locally-made rums and artisan spirits such as Seven Fathoms, Governor’s Reserve and Gun Bay Vodka. All the while, learn how they’re made and all the loving care that brings their tastes to life.
And then, after a full day and a full belly, retire to one of the islands many luxurious hotels, such as the Marriott Beach Resort, the Ritz-Carlton, or the Seafire Resort Spa, which has played host to Nashville star Marren Morris, and is home to three restaurants and two pool bars, a 1770-square-foot fitness center, 8,500 square foot Spa At Seafire, and the 7,076 square foot Aurea Ballroom, perfect for social or business meetings.