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Christmas Moonlight & Movies

You may think Christmas in the tropics is a simpler, more one-dimensional event than what you’re used to, but you might be surprised. The truth is that Christmas in the Cayman Islands is a month-long celebration that spans every form of entertainment. From Christmas-tree trimming to carols and holiday foods to running, the choices are endless. ...

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  • December 8th, 2017

18th-Annual Christmas Tree Lighting

It is easy to think of the Cayman Islands as a year-round destination that is always sunny, warm and a veritable shining example of tropical beauty, tranquility and ease of living. On the other hand, there are always events going on here, not to mention holiday celebrations. In fact, one of the Cayman’s most anticipated holiday events is its annu...

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  • November 30th, 2017

Cayman 27’s Parade of Lights

The Cayman Islands are known for their year-round tropical beauty, temperate weather and peaceful vibe. In fact, the winter season here is one of the busiest times of the year, drawing thousands of visitors from cold-weather climates who want to celebrate the winter holiday season in balmy comfort. Some come to lay on the beach and thaw, while othe...

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  • November 25th, 2017

GIMISTORY International Storytelling Festival

The Cayman Islands have always been proud of their heritage, from the physical spaces to historic sites to long-held customs. This manifests in a number of ways, from celebrating international holidays and cuisines to holding numerous events that speak directly to the Cayman’ traditional past. Storytelling is one of the oldest customs in the C...

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  • November 22nd, 2017

9th – 13th November – Pirates Week

Many people visit South Bay Beach Club, and the Cayman Islands, to experience true tropical beauty, white-sand beaches, azure-blue waters and a relaxed sense of timelessness. In spite of the Caymans Islands’ notoriety as pure tranquility, the fact is that few, if any, places celebrate their link to their pirate past as closely and lovingly as do ...

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  • November 15th, 2017

Interesting Ways To Spend New Year’s Eve 2018

Interesting Ways To Spend New Year’s Eve 2018 Every year, it’s the same old dilemma: What to do for New Year’s Eve. There is always the overpriced club route, in which you pay way too much to get into a club and try hard to have a good time but end up dissatisfied. There is also the restaurant route, which is usually more of the same. If y...

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  • October 31st, 2017

The Best Places To Spend Christmas Abroad

The Best Places To Spend Christmas Abroad We all feel obliged to spend Christmas the same way every year. Consequently, what should be a joyous, thankful holiday often becomes hard work and drudgery as we fight the crowds and crass commercialization to buy all the “things” we think will make our loved ones happy. Here’s a fresh idea, th...

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  • October 25th, 2017

Late October – Cayman Cocktail Week

Late October - Cayman Cocktail Week There are endless reasons to visit the Cayman Islands, and most of the best known of those have to do with its spectacular natural beauty and temperate tropical weather. However, it’s also a great thing to just relax all day and celebrate all night—or at least celebrate a bit when you feel the moment. W...

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  • October 18th, 2017

1st-31st October – Cayman Restaurant Month

1st-31st October - Cayman Restaurant Month There are many reasons to visit the Cayman Islands, from all manner of outdoor activities and sightseeing to simply laying on the white-sand beaches and looking at the azure-blue waters. Regardless of how you spend your days, you will regularly be prepared to try new and exciting foods and restaurants t...

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  • October 13th, 2017

Enjoy A Memorable Thanksgiving Away From Home

For many, Thanksgiving is the most traditional of all North American holidays, a celebration unique to both Canada and the United States, albeit on different days. It strikes our hearts and emotions, as it is a time to return home, or be home, with your closest family and friends. For some though, either because they love traveling during the ho...

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  • October 5th, 2017

The Hottest Destinations For Autumn 2017

The long, warm, sultry summer days may be gone where you live, but that doesn’t mean you have to sit back and take it without a fight. No, you can have those days again. In fact, they are just a click or two away. Yes, there are places in the world where the days are perfect and time is an afterthought. Here is a list of a few of our favorites...

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  • September 28th, 2017

Tropical Escapes That Offer Beauty And History

It’s the age-old travel question: Is this a relaxation vacation or one filled with sightseeing and mind-expanding adventures? It makes it seem like you can only do one or the other on your time away from home, but never both. Well, it’s actually not true. So if you’ve done a lot of traveling and are a little tired of choosing between relaxati...

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  • September 21st, 2017

Grand Cayman’s Top Five Outdoor Activities

Many travelers arrive in the Cayman Islands and swoon at first sight of the snow-white sandy beaches and placid, azure-blue waters. For some, easing into an ocean-facing chaise lounge to soak in the sun and unplug for the duration of their stay is all they need. For others, hitting the beach is only the precursor to taking advantage of the endless ...

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  • September 15th, 2017

Three Less Traditional Ways to Watch the Seasons Change

Sure, there are a great number of classic destinations around the United States in which to experience the kaleidoscope of changing fall foliage colors. Most are concentrated in New England and a few other places along the Eastern seaboard. Unfortunately, so, too are the crowds and expensive accommodations. Happily, though, you don’t have to g...

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  • September 7th, 2017

Turn Fall Into Spring With An Autumn Getaway

They say the grass is always greener on the other side, and while that is often an illusion, sometimes it simply is true—at least for half the year. While much of the world is turning brown and cold during the six months of autumn and winter, the grass actually is greener in certain beautiful locations around the world. This is all a way of sa...

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  • August 30th, 2017

Best Traditional Destinations To See Fall Foliage

You have been saying you were going to do it for years. Now, you have decided, this is the year you will finally make that idyllic trip to one of the classic destinations to witness the magic of the autumn leaves changing color. Sure, it’s not easy, because there are only certain prime destinations. There are more than you might think, however. A...

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  • August 23rd, 2017

Great Ways to Spend Your Holidays Abroad

With the holidays fast approaching, it’s time to start considering how you plan to spend yours. This year, consider a different approach than the same-old, same-old. Why not consider a trip abroad to see how the rest of the world does the holidays? Read on for some awesome holiday 2017 trips to consider. Cayman Islands Does anything soun...

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  • August 16th, 2017

Tropical Trips To Warm Your Bones As The Temperatures Chill

Cold weather can be invigorating to many people, but for others, it causes discomfort or, worse, depression. However, even if your reaction to the dropping temperatures isn’t as drastic as either of those, we still know you’re sorry the warm weather is almost gone until 2018. Don’t despair, though. Even more, don’t just sit by and do not...

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  • August 8th, 2017

Great Warm-Weather Escapes For Labor Day 2017

In much of the United States and North America, Labor Day weekend, if not a national holiday, signals the beginning of the end of summer, but really, the start of autumn. That means the days are shorter, the warm weather is becoming rarer and the cool nights are becoming more common. So you can sit tight and just deal with this changing weather,...

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  • August 1st, 2017

Five Unique Features Of The Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands, a British Overseas Territory in the Western Caribbean, offers world-class diving at its breathtaking coral reefs, fishing in its azure-blue waters and tanning on its powder-white beaches. In any other location in the world, those would be enough to make it a can’t-miss destination. However, there is so much more here, includin...

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  • July 25th, 2017

Three Fantastic Ways To Celebrate Sunset In The Caymans

Sunset is celebrated with reverence all over the world. From Oia, on the Greek island of Santorini, to Grenada, where they hold a weeklong Sunset Ritual Festival; from the beaches of Hawaii to Key West, Florida, where people applaud the sunset every evening just as the sun disappears below the horizon. Sunsets are moments of Zen everyone loves. ...

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  • July 18th, 2017

Kid-Friendly Tropical Islands

Kid-Friendly Tropical Islands Vacation destinations that adults love and those that are interesting to children are often two very different things, and that’s understandable. Those that are fun for both are usually larger places, destinations that offer a lot to everyone. However, how many tropical islands can you name that are kid-friendly? ...

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  • July 15th, 2017

Top Water Excursions In The Cayman Islands

Top Water Excursions In The Cayman Islands People visit the Cayman Islands for a variety of reasons and envision spending their vacation in a number of different ways. Savvy travelers, especially those who have visited the Caymans in the past, are aware of the veritable range of activities and non-activities they can invest their time in once th...

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  • July 10th, 2017

The Best Labor Day Getaways

The Best Labor Day Getaways For many, Labor Day is not just a welcomed long weekend, but the slightly wistful end to the summer season. If you are in the United States or Northern Hemisphere, that can mean the days getting shorter and the temperatures dropping. But you don’t have to feel the chill, at least for these three days. Instead, th...

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  • July 5th, 2017

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