Grand Cayman is the most popular island within the Cayman Islands. Located in the Western Caribbean, just an hour’s flight from Miami, there are tons of kid-friendly things to do on vacation to Grand Cayman! Grand Cayman is known for its diving excursions and, of course, their stunning beaches – most notably, the Seven Mile Beach. Some popular attractions for families visiting the island include Stingray City (where you can interact with live rays), the Atlantis Submarine Ride (explore life under the ocean!), the Jolly Roger pirate cruise (take a trip back in time on this replica of a 15th century ship), Boatswain’s Beach (a marine park featuring giant sea turtles), the Cayman Island Butterfly Farm, and so much more! During the summer months, you can enroll your children in the Kids Sea Camp, where they will embark on treasure hunts, go scuba diving, enjoy barbeques, and more while you take some time to yourself. There are also various seasonal festivals on the Cayman Islands, such as Pirates’ Week, which features a parade, fireworks, costumes, games, and other fun activities for kids of all ages. Whatever you choose to do on your trip to Grand Cayman, you are sure to create memories that will last your family a lifetime!
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The Cayman Islands/Grand Cayman is a beautiful and vibrant vacation spot in the Caribbean. Below, we have rounded up some of the best blog about visiting the Cayman Islands, specifically Grand Cayman, with kids.Read More
Capital: George Town Local weather: The islands are warm year-round with average highs holding steady in the 80s. January and February are the coolest months with average lows in the high 60s. Current Weather Local currency: Cayman Island Dollar Currency Converter Local time: GMT – 5 Current Time Domestic airlines: https://www.caymanairways.com Custom tips: Restaurants often…Read More
Grand Cayman was a bit pricey, but it felt really safe and clean wherever we went. It’s easy to drive and get around. But there’s also a lot easily accessible by foot and bus if you’re going up and down Seven Mile Beach. Driving on the other side of the road takes a little bit to get used to for Americans!Read More
By Claudia Gerard When we visited Grand Cayman last year, we stayed at the Ritz Carlton. We stayed for 6 nights when my son was 9. Hands down, the best hotel for families in my honest opinion. They are great with kids. The staff is amazing, which speaks to great management because they are polite,…Read More