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CaymanLuxe - April 2016

April 2016

  • Where colourful costumes meet electrifying energy
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    Where colourful costumes meet electrifying energy

    Each year the Cayman Islands are filled with explosions of colour, displays of creativity and the spirit of the Cayman culture. Thousands of people, both residents and visitors, take to the streets in what is the Island’s national carnival, the Cayman Carnival Batabano. The Carnival was first launched in 1983 by the Rotary Club. It’s […]

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  • Adrenaline seekers wanted
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    Adrenaline seekers wanted

    Kitesurfing or kiteboarding is a surface watersport that uses the wind to pull a rider through the water on a small surfboard or kiteboard. There are plenty of places you can book lessons in East End and Kaibo on Grand Cayman. Watching the instructors and individuals do jumps over the dock, race dive boats and doing it all […]

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  • Follow the trail to where wild banana orchids grow
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    Follow the trail to where wild banana orchids grow

    In the North Side district of Grand Cayman, lies the famous Mastic Reserve with an amazing trail you can follow. It’s one of the last stands of virgin woodland left on the island. This 500-acre reserve is famed for its rare, magnificent Mastic trees. The experience is enhanced further if you hire an experienced guide […]

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  • Rum Point pointers
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    Rum Point pointers

    Out on the north side of Grand Cayman lays a tranquil beach best known for its island famous cocktails.  Rum Point is a must visit when taking a trip to the Cayman Islands. You can make the most of the white sand beaches, crystal clear waters and well-placed shade-seeker hammocks, whilst also sipping away on […]

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  • Take me down to Stingray City
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    Take me down to Stingray City

    A trip to Stingray City is a true highlight of any trip to Grand Cayman. It’s often considered to be one of the best shallow dives in the world. Non-divers can get up close too by visiting the sandbar, a relaxing 40 minute boat ride from the shore. And once you enter the warm water […]

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  • Take your taste buds to heaven
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    Take your taste buds to heaven

    The Cayman Islands have culinary options to suit any palate, there is such a diverse choice of food, all of which reflect the rich cultural heritage of the islands. There are over 200 restaurants on Grand Cayman alone, as well as street food. There are also many food tours available. Fish and seafood, are of […]

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  • The perfect underwater adventure
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    The perfect underwater adventure

    The Cayman Islands is renowned for being one of the world’s best diving spots, but fewer people know it is home to some of the best snorkelling spots in the Caribbean too. Snorkelling is the perfect underwater adventure for all the family, regardless of age, and with clear, calm and shallow waters, it’s also one […]

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  • What’s blue, rare and very Cayman?
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    What’s blue, rare and very Cayman?

    Any visit to Grand Cayman is not complete unless you meet these amazing creatures. Grand Cayman’s blue iguanas are four to five feet long, and with their fabulous blue skin and red eyes you could mistake them for tiny dragons. Grand Cayman is the only natural home to these rare and beautiful reptiles. In the […]

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  • Enjoy a complimentary tour through stunning flora and fauna
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    Enjoy a complimentary tour through stunning flora and fauna

    Hiking is a great way to explore the wonders of the Cayman Islands. In Cayman Brac alone, there are 35 named and marked nature trails, including wetland trails, bird watching spots and historic landmarks, allowing exploration of the island’s unique flora and fauna. Ceramic signs at the hiking trail entrances are visible from the roadside, […]

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  • Stars flock to the Islands
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    Stars flock to the Islands

    Pop stars, actors, sporting celebrities, top-ranking business people and politicians all enjoy regular breaks in the Cayman Islands. Recent high profile visitors include singers Taylor Swift and Leona Lewis, as well as footballer Steven Gerrard and his wife Alex. Tom Cruise and former U.S. President Jimmy Carter are also reported to have enjoyed holidays in […]

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