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Home-and-Family Enjoy the Night at the Grand Cayman There are just so many things to do at night on the island so book your Grand Cayman vacation and make sure to include your night schedule. Vacationers who want to while the night away have several options on the island, from shows to bars to dancing and many more. For food lovers, the islands best Sushi and Japanese tapas with a background of live music is available at Bamboo while a lavish buffet and dinner show is at the Marriott Beach. Royal Palms has beachside live music and dancing, Kaibo has the world famous Luna del Mar dining on the beach and Courtyard has a beach BBQ Party with live music. Sports enthusiasts have Aqua Beach and Coconut Joes, two of the popular sports bars in the islands. You can opt for an intimate night with dinner and cocktails at the 15th century pirate ship Jolly Roger Adventures and a sunset dinner cruise on board a 60-foot luxury yacht. Several popular nightclubs are Next Level, JET Nightclub, Peppers Night Club and reggae LI Night Club and O Bar. Sightseeing in the Grand Cayman The powder white sand beaches and unique water sports adventures are not the only attractions that Grand Cayman vacations can offer to the avid vacationers. One of the most enticing diving spots that lures scuba divers and snorkelers is the well-known Stingray City that offers you the chance to swim with a lot of friendly South Atlantic Stingrays that you can play with and feed. If this kind of adventure is not your thing, you can opt to spend the day just lazing around in the soft breeze under the trees with a good book at Rum Point Beach. You can say you have been to hell and lived to tell the tale with a visit to the Go to Hell gift shop that got its name from a fungus-blackened million-year old rock and where you will be served by the devil. One interesting place that has just recently been developed is Boatswain Beach which is an extension of the Cayman Turtle Farm that was destroyed by a typhoon. The Butterfly Farm and Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park are two good attractions worthy of visiting especially by those who love nature. With all the attractions that the island has to offer, there are now more reasons to go and visit Grand Cayman. Points of Interest on Grand Cayman Cruises The Ge.e Town port of Grand Cayman is a popular stopover for cruises on the Caribbean route. There are several shore excursion options that is similar to those who stay on the islands for a Grand Cayman vacation. Swimming on the beautiful beaches of the Grand Cayman like the Seven Mile Beach and Rum Point, snorkeling or swimming with Southern Stingrays at the Stingray City Sandbar and water sports like kayaking, parasailing and scuba diving are sure to give you hours of much fun. You can also go sailing on a glass bottom boat that will let you see the colorful marine life including the stingrays. The Cayman Turtle Farm is an interesting place worth a visit to give you the opportunity to see the breeding and protection of close to 11,000 sea turtles. So many activities await you at Grand Cayman and most definitely includes duty free shopping and a visit to the colorful Queen Elizabeth II Botanical Park. This second busiest port of the Western Caribbean receives 20 cruise liners weekly. The Grand Cayman is a beautiful place to explore and a cruise would be an exciting way to do it. Cavorting with Feathered Friends in the Grand Cayman The marine creatures as well as the fine feathered friends who have made the Grand Cayman their home, permanently or temporarily are sure to be protected in these island. Many travelers on their Grand Cayman vacations have included bird watching in their itineraries. There are over 200 various species of unique and colorful birds during the peak season including those who have left their colder homes for the warmer climate of the islands. There are several beautiful species like the pretty West Indian woodpecker and the tanager with the striped heads as well as five colonies of the native brown booby, red-footed booby, least tern, and white-tailed tropic bird. The Grand Cayman has seven bird sanctuaries including the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, Colliers Pond, Salina Reserve, and the Majestic Reserve. Two other bird reserves, the 180-acre parrot reserve and the Booby Pond Reserve are located in the Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. Bird watching is an interesting learning experience and should form part of your vacation itinerary. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: