Your kids can enjoy a living history lesson at historic Pedro St James on family holidays in Cayman Islands. Then have a fun day in the sun, swimming and snorkelling at Boatswains Beach Park in Grand Cayman.
On family holidays in the Cayman Islands, take everyone to Stingray City for the once-in-a-lifetime chance to get close to these huge fish. On your Cayman Islands family holiday, you can give the kids a living history lesson at Pedro St James on Grand Cayman. The historic site is home to the oldest buildings on the islands, dating back to the 18th century and set in almost eight acres of lush, landscaped gardens.
Long, lazy days can he spent on family holidays in Cayman Islands at Seven Mile Beach. Kids can play in the soft sands and paddle in the azure water. Then go walking around Grand Cayman to explore the Blue Iguana Trail on your Cayman Islands family holiday. The network of walks is based around a collection of sculptures by local artists.
Take the kids to swim in the lagoon at Boatswains Beach Park on family holidays in Cayman Islands, then cool off under the waterfall. Walk along the safe beach at Rum Point on your Cayman Islands family holiday looking for seashells, while older kids kayak through the mangroves. See orchids in bloom at Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park on Grand Cayman, then see if the kids can spot blue iguanas on your Cayman Islands family holiday.