Which island has the best in hiking and water sports? Very likely Grand Cayman – come and check it out for yourself! The island has miles of hiking trails, surrounded by scenic views and woodlands, where rare species of colorful parrots can be seen (and heard) on a weekend trip. Take to the water for a scuba diving or snorkeling adventure, or stay above the surface, indulging in kitesurfing, flyboarding, paddleboarding, or fishing. Alternatively, relax on the sandy beaches, soaking in the rays. Hungry? Head to the eateries to enjoy tasty jerk chicken or conch fritters, or one of the many five-star restaurants for some fine dining. Weekend breaks in Grand Cayman also offer the chance to sample some of the best local stouts and lagers on offer at the island’s brewery, or local rum at the island's famous distillery. After taking in the sunset, head to the clubs and bars for a perfect night of live music and dancing.
Set on a private white sand beach, the family-run Wyndham Reef Resort, Grand Cayman offers an outdoor pool, gym and spa treatments. The air-conditioned studios and apartments have kitchenettes and terraces with stunning sea views.
Each bright, tropical-style studio and apartment offers cable TV, a DVD player and a safe. Kitchenettes include a microwave and fridge, while bathrooms come with a hairdryer and free toiletries.
The Wyndham Reef Resort, Grand Cayman bistro serves Caribbean dishes and international cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Evening entertainment is provided several nights a week.
Activities for guests of all ages are available at The Reef, including tennis, volleyball, yoga and craft workshops. The resort can arrange diving and snorkelling, paddle boarding and banana boat trips.
The Wyndham Reef Resort, Grand Cayman is just a 15-minute drive from the East End Marshland and Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park. Rum Point is a 25-minute drive away, while Georgetown and Owen Roberts International Airport are a 35-minute drive away.