After a day at the beach or a few hours out on the sea in the Cayman Islands, your stomach is likely to be a little tan and likely a little hungry. Here are our favorite restaurants in Cayman Islands for you to stop in and have a beachy bite.
The three islands that compose the Cayman Islands are full of beaches, wildlife and activities to keep you busy for the duration of your stay. To simplify things for you before you board the plane or the boat, here are our picks for best things to do in the Cayman Islands.
Next to scuba diving and snorkeling, the next most popular activity to be blown away with during your holiday on Bonaire is kiteboarding. Home to an almost year-round steady tradewind breeze, a crescent shape that superbly splits the wind, and an easy set of shore access points, Bonaire has become one of the best places in the world to get in on the kiteboarding revolution sweeping the seas. The crystal clear water with a hue of blue that you get to sail on top of doesn’t hurt the appeal of Bonaire kiteboarding either.
Bonaire diving is renowned for being some of the most beautiful and most accessible anywhere in the Caribbean. In fact, the whole coastline of Bonaire has been declared an official marine sanctuary by the government which protects and enriches the experience for all divers. As a result, diving is easily at the top of most people’s list of things to do in Bonaire.
The island of Bonaire is home to a collection of resorts that will help make your vacation to the island truly unforgettable. From luxury all-inclusives to colorful and basic beachside hotels, the range to choose from is one of the many benefits of coming to this sun-kissed slice of the Caribbean. Here is a sample of some of our favorite Bonaire resorts.