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  • Sipping while Sunset Sailing 
    Culinary Capital

    Sipping while Sunset Sailing 

    A sunset sail should always be on your to-do list when visiting the Cayman Islands but during the Cayman Cookout, it’s an extra special occasion. 
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  • Meet the Distillers – Ketel One & Don Julio
    Culinary Capital

    Meet the Distillers – Ketel One & Don Julio

    Our Cayman Cookout experience got off to a great start this afternoon with a beverage tasting hosted by the master distillers of Don Julio Tequila and Ketel One Vodka, alongside the “World’s Best Bartender” Charles Joly and World Class Global 2017 mixology winner, Kaitlyn Stewar
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  • Pirates Week Festival
    CaymanLuxe

    Pirates Week

    Pirates Week is the national festival of the Cayman Islands and each year a new and surprising twist is added to the celebrations.
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  • Cayman Blue Iguana
    CaymanLuxe

    Blue iguana release

    A major conservation milestone was reached in Grand Cayman this month with the release of the 1,000th Cayman blue iguana into the wild.
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  • eShores offer
    CaymanLuxe

    eShores offer

    We’ve teamed up with eShores to extend your summer and offer fantastic packages at two of Grand Cayman’s top hotels.
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  • CAYMAN CULINARY SCENE
    Culinary Capital

    CAYMAN CULINARY SCENE

    Heralded by the well-travelled as the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean, this trio of islands – Grand Cayman,  Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, has long been known for culinary excellence and divine dining experiences.

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  • Cayman Carnival Batabano
    CaymanLuxe

    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.

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  • East End of Grand Cayman
    CaymanLuxe

    Explore Grand Cayman’s East End

    Exploring the East End of Grand Cayman is not to be missed. There is a more traditional, ‘off the beaten track’ feel here but plenty of activities to get involved with. The best way to explore the East End is by car so we’ve put together a sample driving tour which takes in all the main cultural attractions. We’ve even included a stop off for lunch – just make sure you pack your swimming stuff!

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  • Woman on the Beach in Rum Point
    CaymanLuxe

    10 things you might not know about the Cayman Islands

    Thought you knew everything you needed to know about the Cayman Islands? We’ve put together a list of 10 things we think everyone should know. Some of which might surprise you.

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  • Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga – Vitamin Sea Cayman Islands
    CaymanLuxe

    Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga – Vitamin Sea Cayman Islands

    The Cayman Islands are the perfect place for water-based activities. Warm, crystal-clear waters provide the perfect setting for swimming, snorkelling, diving and much more. But what about yoga?

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