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Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

4 days, 3 nights


HIGH SEASON - Populated with families

  • Dec, Jan, Feb, March, April - great temps, minimal rain (Winter)

    • Hi 84°F (28°C), Low 68°F (20°C)

SHOULDER SEASON - less people, good rates, nice weather

  • May, June - warm with some rain showers (Spring/Summer))

    • Hi 88°F (31°C), Low 74°F (23°C)​

  • Nov - warm/hot with some rain showers (Fall)

    • Hi 85°F (29°C), Low 22°F (24°C)​

LOW SEASON - less people, lowest rates, rainy season

  • July, Aug, Sept, Oct - rainy season (Summer/Fall)

    • Hi 89°F (31°C), Low 75°F (24°C)

    • Expect many rain showers

    • This is also prime cruise season, so expect cruise ship tourists in Georgetown and southern 7 mile beach


KYD - Caymanian Dollar (1.20 US Dollar)

USD - U.S. dollars are readily accepted everywhere

Credit Cards - most credit cards are accepted

Languages Spoken


When did we go?

May - the weather was awesome. Warm and toasty during the day, and a slightly cool in the evenings. A few rain showers, but passed quickly. The water was refreshing. Not very many crowds or people.

Sea Temperature

Year round, the water temperature remains consistent between 80°F to 86°F (27°C-30°C).

Budget $$$$

The Cayman Islands are pricey. Being a small island and a popular tourist destination, you can expect to pay top dollar for hotel accommodations during peak season. The good news is that hotels slash their prices by up to 50% during off season. Hotel food is pricey, but there are plenty of delicious restaurants around to fit any budget. Excursions are fair priced. It is wise to stay on 7 mile beach if you plan on spending a lot of time on the sand.

Check out this link for a list of top things to do in the Cayman Islands!

Day 1


Fly into Grand Cayman + Explore Resort and Beach

  • Fly into Georgetown, Grand Cayman from Ft. Lauderdale, FL via Southwest Airlines

    • Duration of flight - 1h, 45m (nonstop)​

  • Arrive at Georgetown in the afternoon

  • Taxi from airport to the Westin Grand Cayman

    • Duration - 8 minutes​

    • Cost - $26

  • Explore resort pool, amenities, and beach

  • Dinner at Resort - BBQ cookout on beach deck



Beach Day + Bioluminescent Bay Excursion on Kayak

  • Morning Yoga on the Beach, complimentary

  • Walk 7 mile beach to Vivo Vegan Restaurant for lunch (this place is delicious!!)

    • Duration - 4.2 miles (1h, 20m walk)​

  • Walk back along beachside and stop at quiet beaches along the way

  • Dinner at Casa 43 (across the street)

    • one of the best Mexican joints ever. I still dream about those jalapeño margs

  • Excursion: Bioluminescent Bay via Bio Kayaks

    • Duration - 2 hours

    • Cost - $59 per person

    • Starts at 7:30pm

Day 2


Sting Ray City + Beach Day

  • Breakfast at Sunshine Grill (across the street)

  • Excursion: Sting Ray City and Coral Gardens

    • Duration - 3h (9am-12pm)​

    • Cost - $49 per person

    • Snorkel equipment provided

  • Beach walk to Calico Jack's for lunch

  • Hang around beach, relax, swim, and have some adult beverages

  • Dinner at Casa 43 Mexican Restaurant, again, because it was THAT good!

    • Yep, this is me drinking that delicious spicy jalapeño margarita. YUM.​

Day 3


Fly back home

  • Breakfast at Eats Cafe

  • Say goodbye to the truly, most relaxing weekend we've had in years!

  • Check out of the Westin

  • Taxi back to Airport (Westin sets this up)

    • Duration - 8 minutes​

    • Cost - $26

  • Fly from Georgetown to Ft. Lauderdale, FL via Southwest Airlines

    • Duration of flight - 1h, 45m (nonstop)​

Day 4

Be sure to check out these links below for detailed information on excursions, adventure, food, and more!

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