3 Cayman Islands, 3 Unique Experiences

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Private dining at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Glub Grand Cayman

Three islands and three unique experiences await groups who meet in  in the western Caribbean Sea.

The largest and most widely recognized of the Cayman Islands is Grand Cayman, dotted by popular beach resorts like The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Grand Cayman, known for its golf and culinary studio, and The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa, known for its private dining spaces and Hibiscus Spa. These properties offer 13,000 sf and roughly 9,000 sf, respectively. The Ritz-Carlton also has eco-friendly activities that groups can participate in—from glass-bottom boat exhibitions and sunset kayaking tours through mangroves to shipwreck diving and underwater photography experiences.

While on Grand Cayman, groups can also explore the Cayman Crystal Caves, Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, Cayman Craft Market and Hell, Grand Cayman, a group of short, black limestone formations that also marks the spot where “postcards from hell” are mailed out of a hell-themed post office.

For those who enjoy deep-sea fishing, Cayman Brac island is a popular launch point excursions, and groups can also visit the Cayman Brac Heritage House and museum, while Little Cayman, the smallest island, is home to diverse wildlife and nature excursions that observe everything from endangered iguanas to the elusive red-footed boobies.

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