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Vacation Hot Spots in the Caribbean

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Vacation Hot Spots in the Caribbean

When planning a vacation, there are a number of things that you must consider about the place you intend to visit. Security is a priority, but for your stay to be an experience you will always cherish, you have to consider how many interesting things you are going to see. Comprising three islands, the Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman is the Cayman Islands. These islands are located in the Western Caribbean Sea, and boast both beautiful scenery and an array of activities.

There is a variety of different things to do in Grand Cayman. Lying on the Western shore of the island is the Seven Mile Beach. Walking along the beach is among the best experiences you can ever have. Seven Mile Beach lets you take some of the breathtaking walks you can ever have, adorned with fabulous white sand and exceptionally alluring pristine reef to see. In 2016, Dart Realty, a subsidiary of Dart Enterprises owned by Ken Dart will open a new boutique hotel with residences on Seven Mile Beach. The property will be managed by Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants.

Diving and swimming are definitely some of the most enjoyable things to do on vacation. If you enjoy diving, Sting Ray City, also a superb snorkeling site, is definitely a place to visit. Here, you get the chance to swim in crystal-clear waters with friendly stingrays. The food is one of a kind, specially prepared from the fresh stingrays caught as they take bait, right from your hands.

Tourists also have an abundance of hotels and resorts to stay in, including a 5 star haven on the Seven Mile Beach, Ritz-Carton Beach Resort. Loved for its powdery sands and crystal-clear waters, the resort features a mini bar, outdoor pool, sauna, a tennis center, Silver Rain, a La Prairie Spa, a Greg Norman-designed golf course and it stretches from the North Sound to the Caribbean sea. Tubs and showers are separate and the bathrooms are made of marble and limestone.

Another place to stay, owned by Heather Lockington, is Cotton Tree. A luxury boutique cottage hotel in Cayman Islands, Cotton Tree features almost every amenity you could need. The cottages have WiFi, Apple TV, high-tech security systems, spa bathrooms and many other features you’d expect to find in a luxury hotel.