After a little over a year, Kristin and I FINALLY got in a mini honeymoon. Granted it was part work trip but we took the last week and did some pretty amazing things. Trust me, you will fall in love with this place! Below are six Gand Cayman honeymoon must-do’s should you consider to travel to Grand Cayman for your honeymoon. The last highlight was our dinner splurge for those foodies out there.
Seven Mile Beach
Named the most popular and luxurious spot on the island is Seven Mile Beach. Along the sparkling turquoise waters and white sands there are many activities such as snorkeling, parasailing, fine dining, shopping and much more. We spent most of the day snorkeling topped of with a champagne sunset!
Snorkeling with Turtles at Spotts Beach
Spotts beach has some of the best snorkeling on the island, the water is populated with several sea turtles. Since we went most every morning, we made friends with the two that were there regularly. They were our own wild pets! The beach is located about 30 minutes from seven mile beach, but it’s remote location makes its much quieter and peaceful than seven-mile.
Stingray City is among the Cayman Islands’ most popular attractions. This once-in-a-lifetime Cayman experience invites adventurers to experience the majestic stingrays in only three feet of water. Stingray City is a group of sandbars located 25 miles off the shore of Grand Cayman, and Ambassador Divers offers tours ranging from 3 to 5 hours. During the tours, you can swim with, feed, and take memorable photos with these friendly rays.
Starfish are found all over the Cayman Islands, but Starfish Point has a much larger population of them due to the water depth being so shallow. This makes it very easy to walk or snorkel your way around the water to see all the starfish. Starfish Point is another remote and tranquil spot on the island.
Bioluminescence Night Snorkel
What a lot of cayman visitors claim to be the highlight of their trip is a bioluminescence night snorkel trip. At Bio Bay the bioluminescent phenomenon is caused by millions of tiny plankton that emit light when moved at night. When under the water it is as if you are floating in the stars! Sea Elements did a stellar (no pun intended) job helping us find the best spots.
Dinner at Seven, Ritz Carlton
One of the best fine dining restaurants sits right on the beach it’s named after. Seven offers an array of dishes and cocktails all with a caribbean flare. I had a mouthwatering 60 Day Dry-Aged Bourbon Bone-In Ribeye with a Candied Popcorn Old Fashion to wash it down. HEAVEN! They also offer Grand Cayman’s most extravagant Sunday Champagne brunch in the light filled dining room or on the terrace overlooking Seven Mile Beach and Caribbean Sea.