TORONTO, April 4, 2017 /CNW/ - With an unrivalled culinary scene, endless activities like the famous Stingray City, award-winning beaches, and some of the world's best scuba diving, the Cayman Islands provide so many reasons to visit during the summer season, including incredible savings of up to 45 per cent off. Book a SUMMER ONLY IN CAYMAN vacation by June 30, 2017 and travel between June 1 and September 4, 2017 to receive unique offers on accommodations, attractions, watersports, dining and more.
Air Canada offers easy access to Grand Cayman with nonstop flights from Toronto and great fares at aircanada.com or call your travel agent.
Accommodation partners include some of the destination's finest hotels, condominium properties and guest houses with lodging deals such as resort credits, dive packages and reduced rates up to 45 per cent off, available at:
- Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa
- The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman
- Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort
- The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort + Spa
- Grand Caymanian Resort
- Wyndham Reef Resort
- Sunshine Suites Resort
- Sunset House
- Holiday Inn Resort
- WestJet Vacations - Wyndham Reef Resort
- CONDOMINIUMS / GUEST HOUSES:
- Aqua Bay Club
- The Grandview Condominiums
- The Anchorage Condominiums
- Lacovia Grand Cayman
- Cayman Condos
- The Renaissance
- Harbour Heights
- Ocean Paradise
- Shangri-La Bed + Breakfast
- Hammock Moon
Visit the SUMMER ONLY IN CAYMAN website, visitcaymanislands.ca for individual accommodation details.
Renowned for its crystal-clear turquoise waters and high quality snorkelling and watersports experiences, visitors can enjoy all the destination has to offer with deals available from operators including Cayman Islands Boat Rentals, Leisure Boat Club, Sealand Adventure Tours and Capt. Marvin's Watersports. Choose from a variety of water activities, cruises, snorkel excursions to Stingray City and other popular points of interest like Rum Point and Starfish Point.
Land-based activities include some of Cayman's best attractions with deals on admission prices to the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, the Cayman Islands National Museum, and the birthplace of democracy in the Cayman Islands, Pedro St. James National Historic Site. View local and international works of art and cultural exhibits with free admission to the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands. Explore some of Cayman's must-see natural attractions with Nature Cayman, and choose from tour options to explore caves, birding, heritage sites and more.
No trip to the Cayman Islands would be complete without enjoying all the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean has to offer in its over 200 restaurants. Enjoy a unique weekly farm-to-table experience and kids under 13 eat free offer at Cayman Cabana. Family favourite, Cimboco, is also offering kids eat free with a paying adult.
For more details and to book a SUMMER ONLY IN CAYMAN vacation: visitcaymanislands.ca
About the Cayman Islands
Located 480 miles south of Miami in the western Caribbean, this trio of islands, consisting of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, is a premier destination for couples and families. World renowned for its beaches and diving, the Cayman Islands offer exciting recreational opportunities along with Caymankind, high quality, modern service. Regarded as the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean, the destination provides over 200 restaurants and incredible culinary events to choose from. Both Air Canada and WestJet offer year-round, non-stop service from Toronto arriving in Grand Cayman in just under four hours.
The Cayman Islands was voted 'World's Friendliest Country' by Forbes Magazine, Seven Mile Beach is named one of the 'Best Beaches in the Caribbean' in the Travelers' Choice Awards voted on by Trip Advisor members and the destination has the most Wine Spectator Award lauded restaurants in the Caribbean. The Cayman Islands is home to the Scuba Diving Hall of Fame, and this year, celebrates 60 years of recreational diving. In 2017, Scuba Diving Magazine awarded the Cayman Islands first place for 'Best Overall Diving'.
For more information: visitcaymanislands.ca or call your local travel agent.
SOURCE The Cayman Islands Department of Tourism (Canada)
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