Grand Cayman Wedding Planning
In the calm, turquoise waters of the western Caribbean is the beautiful British Overseas Territory known as the Cayman Islands. The Cayman Islands consist of three islands and 11 different beaches. Regarded as one of the Caribbean’s most welcoming and safest destinations, the Cayman Islands is also a bustling hub of shopping, dining and nightlife.
One of the 11 beaches Grand Cayman islands have to offer, is the internationally known Seven Mile Beach which encompasses many different activities. If you are looking to just relax and enjoy the sun and sand, or making your vacation just a bit more exciting and try parasailing over the Caribbean Sea, Seven Mile Beach has it all.
If exploring is your thing, you will never be short of things to do in The Cayman Islands. The Cayman Islands’ are rich in history with Museums, and if Botanicals are more your thing, we have you covered there too. Try swimming under the sea to feed the stingrays, an excursion to The Cayman Turtle Farm or a journey into the past to revisit the first landing by Christopher Columbus. The Grand Cayman Islands are the perfect destination for wedding, events and the ideal vacation.
Swim Amongst the Stingrays at Stingray City.
One of the most iconic activities on Cayman, is swimming with these incredible, and graceful creatures. There is no thrill greater that standing in a shallow sandbar, surrounded by dozens of Atlantic southern stingrays. The remarkable creatures glide around visitors, allowing for petting and small bits of food. Almost as entertaining as the Stingray are the boat crews, many of them multi-generational families. Each member of the crew seems to have a favorite rays and many have even given the rays’ nicknames.
Explore Skull Cave in Cayman Brac
Skull Cave received its name from the shape of its yawning opening; the vaulted interior, incredible stone gardens and handsome cream-and-black striations.
The bluff in Cayman Brac is pocked with caves of varying size. Rumors and tall-tails make their way around about the caves. For instance, it is said that Buccaneer’s Inn is said to have hidden pirate booty. Fortunately, several chambers have been opened up to visitors. Most are easily accessible, a legacy of olden days when families would take shelter during hurricanes. The infant’s grave in Rebecca’s Cave is a poignant testament to the latter.
Dine at World-Class Eateries on Grand Cayman
Grand Cayman’s food scene boasts an international smorgasbord of cuisines, where the kitchen staff might hail from anywhere in the world, bringing all the tastes of their home-lands with them. With so many options to choose from, you be able to find something for the most adventurous diner, and even for the least adventurous diner as well. Taste something new and interesting and learn about a world of flavors.
Visit Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman
Voted a Top-10 Caribbean strand, Seven Mile Beach is really only 6.5 miles long, but its personality changes several times as it unfurls along the coast. The sections on either end, closer to George Town and West Bay, aren’t as expansive but feature superb snorkeling. The larger hotels anchor the central sections, their beach bars and restaurants dictating the ambiance and pace. Seven Mile Beach is a must do, while in Grand Cayman.
Couples can marry the same day they arrive in the Cayman Islands.
Marriage application form.
Cayman Islands international embarkation /disembarkation card showing proof of entry.
Government issued photo ID including valid passports or certified copies of birth certificates.
2nd Weddings: Proof of divorce or death certificate is required (bring the original or certified copy).
Application: Must be completed in person
Notice Period: None
Residency Period: None
Waiting Period: None
Fees (US Dollars)
English is the official language and the main spoken language, heard in a variety of dialects. Spanish is frequently a second language.
Cayman Islands Dollar
KYD is the currency abbreviation or currency symbol for the Cayman Islands dollar. The Cayman Islands are a British Overseas Territory that includes Grand Cayman, Little Cayman, and Cayman Brac