Once you've found the perfect place to stay in the Cayman Islands-whether it's a villa, an intimate hotel, or a bustling beach resort-you'll want to explore the islands. The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park is home to the rare blue iguana habitat, and is a great place to start exploring. It offers visitors the opportunity to see some of the rare and exotic plants indigenous to the Cayman Islands. If you are comfortable on the back of a horse, there are several facilities that offer tours on horseback; for a little extra romance, schedule your ride at sunset. The atmosphere is best at that time of day, and lends a special flavor to the ride. When your day is through, your Cayman Islands villa will be a comfortable retreat waiting for you.
For the more sports-minded visitors, the Cayman Islands are a water sports mecca. The snorkeling and diving along the reefs offer some of the most exciting glimpses into marine biology anywhere in the world. On top of the water, you can try your hand at kayaking or leave the work to someone else and slip on board a pirate ship for a Cayman Islands tour right out of the days of Black Beard