Jet off to the crystal waters and white sand beaches of Grand Cayman for the perfect Cayman Islands honeymoon.
Cayman Islands Honeymoon
Couples looking for the classic beach honeymoon should consider Grand Cayman and a Cayman Islands honeymoon. Grand Cayman's expansive white sand beaches, crystal clear waters, and palm trees set the scene for a beach paradise. Prices are typically somewhat higher than the US, and accommodation will be particularly high during the winter, so honeymooners on a budget should plan carefully. Those looking to save on peak winter prices should look at the March-June shoulder season.
The activities on offer are typical of a destination dominated by the beach. Enjoying the consistently excellent weather while looking over the always-picturesque Caribbean is a simple but important pleasure of the destination. The waters are excellent for swimming, snorkeling, and diving. Those looking to try diving will find multiple providers offering first timer/beginner level dives and instruction. The Turtle Farm and the sandbar known as Stingray City allow visitors to interact with two iconic examples of local marine life. The more exploration -minded may enjoy chartering a boat for a period of time to explore to neighboring waters or go deep sea fishing.
When to Go
Grand Cayman has a consistently hot climate in which the temperature fluctuates only a few degrees between 83 and 90 degrees during the year. However, the island does have a wet season during the summer, and the winter is relatively dry. Consequently, the high season occurs during November to March, as North Americans and Europeans will flock to escape the winter—and Cayman Islands honeymoons are particularly popular during this time.
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