The art of surviving carnival in Cayman!
Cayman truly is a terrific tropical destination famed for offering some'ting for every kind of traveler. Whether you are on a wholesome family vacation, on a soul-searching solo sabbatical or a romantic honeymoon: Cayman caters to all.
How to spend 48 hours in Cayman: Beaches, Bars, Boats and Brunch!
Though there is truth in the statement that Cayman offers visitors approximately 360 days of sunshine, if you happen to be visiting during the 60 odd days of rain and thunderclouds, you might find yourself at a loss for things to do. Fortunately, there's more to Cayman than sun, sea and sand. Below are a few of the indoor activities you can enjoy during the odd rain shower.
My name is Dan Hollis, I am originally from Australia but have been living in the Cayman Islands for the last six years.
Cayman carnival season draws crowds from all corners of the globe. The parade forms part of a weeklong celebration of all things Caribbean - including dance, music, food and drink. Feathered, bejewelled and beguiling creatures adorned in tiny colourful costumes, sashay - drink in hand - down the streets of Cayman. In coordinated formation they trail behind big decorated floats, complete with blaring soca music and mobile bar.
Every year the celebration seems to outdo that of the year before, as participants enthusiastically endeavour to outshine and out-sparkle their efforts made the year befor