Owen Island: secluded beaches Caribbean

Owen islands the best place for both young and old – from social and active explorers to couples seeking privacy. Explore this Secluded Beaches Caribbean to make your trip more fun and fulfilled.

For a real adventure and a true taste of Cayman watersports, visit the island getaway Owen Island, a small islet just off the south-western coast of Little Cayman. The only way to reach this island getaway is by sailboat or kayaking across the waters of Bloody Bay, so be prepared for an exciting voyage! If you love the idea of a Caribbean island getaway to a secluded beach for the ultimate in romance, rest, and relaxation, Owen Island is the Caribbean vacation for you.

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For some vacationers, the attractions, near or around a beach are the most important attributes. For others, getting away from it all is all their looking for. Owen Island accommodates all with a personality and a character that is unlike anything else found in the Caribbean.

Once reaching the island, savour a picnic or simply enjoy the tranquillity that surrounds. This islet does not have any buildings, homes or human habitation, making it the perfect Caribbean vacation destination for true rest and relaxation.

Ref: http://www.caymanislands.ky/activities/beaches/owenisland.aspx

Owen Island, Cayman Islands

Little Cayman is a quiet place compared to its oft-visited neighbor, Grand Cayman.

However, the ultimate deserted beach in the Caymans is the uninhabited Owen Island, which sits about 200 yards off the southern side of Little Cayman. Owen Island can be reached by kayak or sailboat, although strong swimmers have been known to swim the distance. The clear blue waters, almost deserted fine-sand beaches, and uninhabited landscapes make this as close to idyllic as most people can hope to get in the Caribbean.

Ref: http://www.mnn.com/lifestyle/eco-tourism/photos/8-best-secluded-beaches-in-north-america/owen-island-cayman-islands

Things to Do on Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman is the biggest of the Cayman Islands in the western Caribbean Seas. During the 18th century the Cayman Islands became a renowned hideaway for pirates. A bit of the pirate mystery can be experienced by visiting the pirate’s caves near Bodden Town. That is but one of the many things to do on this Caribbean island.

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Things to Do on Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman is the biggest of the Cayman Islands in the western Caribbean Seas. During the 18th century the Cayman Islands became a renowned hideaway for pirates. A bit of the pirate mystery can be experienced by visiting the pirate’s caves near Bodden Town. That is but one of the many things to do on this Caribbean island.

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•     Driving Safety in the Grand Cayman Islands
•     Attractions in the Grand Cayman Islands

1.    Beaches

o    The stable climate of these islands provides beach weather year-round. Grand Cayman is especially popular for its excellent beach holidays. For complete tranquility, the secluded beach of Owen Island is a short boat ride away.

Water activities

o    Most tourists are attracted to the scuba diving and snorkeling opportunities in the blue waters around Grand Cayman Island. Another water activity adventurers can consider is deep sea fishing. A variety of trips are also available.

Road Trip

•    Take a day to explore the many interesting sights of the island. Learn a bit about its history by visiting the Mission House near Bodden Town. The butterfly farm houses butterflies from all over the world; at the turtle farm you will get a chance to play with a turtle.

Restaurants

•    The Over the Edge restaurant is in a very scenic location and you can taste some of the excellent local cuisine. Bamboo offers interesting Asian dishes accompanied by live entertainment. Lone Star Bar &Grill is famous for its margaritas and other funky cocktails.

Shopping

•    George Town is ideal for duty free shopping, where perfumes and watches can be up to 30 percent cheaper than anywhere else. Many other smaller shops where unique souvenirs can be bought also attract tourists. The Craft Market at the Waterfront in Georgetown offers products that are mainly handmade and exquisite shell. Wood and leather items will tempt even the strong.

Ref: http://www.ehow.com/facts_5367987_things-do-grand-cayman.html

Overwhelm yourself to the beauty of these Secluded Beaches Caribbean

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Owen islands the best place for both young and old – from social and active explorers to couples seeking privacy. Explore this secluded beaches caribbean to make your trip more fun and fulfilled.

 

For a real adventure and a true taste of Cayman watersports, visit the island getaway Owen Island, a small islet just off the south-western coast of Little Cayman. The only way to reach this island getaway is by sailboat or kayaking across the waters of Bloody Bay, so be prepared for an exciting voyage! If you love the idea of a Caribbean island getaway to a secluded beach for the ultimate in romance, rest, and relaxation, Owen Island is the Caribbean vacation for you.

For some vacationers, the attractions, near or around a beach are the most important attributes. For others, getting away from it all is all their looking for. Owen Island accommodates all with a personality and a character that is unlike anything else found in the Caribbean.

Once reaching the island, savour a picnic or simply enjoy the tranquillity that surrounds. This islet does not have any buildings, homes or human habitation, making it the perfect Caribbean vacation destination for true rest and relaxation.

 

Caribbean vacation, Owen Island, island getaway

 

Ref: http://www.caymanislands.ky/activities/beaches/owenisland.aspx

Owen Island, Cayman Islands

Little Cayman is a quiet place compared to its oft-visited neighbor, Grand Cayman. However, the ultimate deserted beach in the Caymans is the uninhabited Owen Island, which sits about 200 yards off the southern side of Little Cayman. Owen Island can be reached by kayak or sailboat, although strong swimmers have been known to swim the distance. The clear blue waters, almost deserted fine-sand beaches, and uninhabited landscapes make this as close to idyllic as most people can hope to get in the Caribbean.

 

Ref: http://www.mnn.com/lifestyle/eco-tourism/photos/8-best-secluded-beaches-in-north-america/owen-island-cayman-islands

Things to Do on Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman is the biggest of the Cayman Islands in the western Caribbean Seas. During the 18th century the Cayman Islands became a renowned hideaway for pirates. A bit of the pirate mystery can be experienced by visiting the pirate’s caves near Bodden Town. That is but one of the many things to do on this Caribbean island.

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Things to Do on Grand Cayman

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Grand Cayman is the biggest of the Cayman Islands in the western Caribbean Seas. During the 18th century the Cayman Islands became a renowned hideaway for pirates. A bit of the pirate mystery can be experienced by visiting the pirate’s caves near Bodden Town. That is but one of the many things to do on this Caribbean island.

Other People Are Reading

1.     Beaches

o    The stable climate of these islands provides beach weather year-round. Grand Cayman is especially popular for its excellent beach holidays. For complete tranquility, the secluded beach of Owen Island is a short boat ride away.

Water activities

o    Most tourists are attracted to the scuba diving and snorkeling opportunities in the blue waters around Grand Cayman Island. Another water activity adventurers can consider is deep sea fishing. A variety of trips are also available.


Road Trip

·         Take a day to explore the many interesting sights of the island. Learn a bit about its history by visiting the Mission House near Bodden Town. The butterfly farm houses butterflies from all over the world; at the turtle farm you will get a chance to play with a turtle.

Restaurants

·         The Over the Edge restaurant is in a very scenic location and you can taste some of the excellent local cuisine. Bamboo offers interesting Asian dishes accompanied by live entertainment. Lone Star Bar &Grill is famous for its margaritas and other funky cocktails.

Shopping

·         George Town is ideal for duty free shopping, where perfumes and watches can be up to 30 percent cheaper than anywhere else. Many other smaller shops where unique souvenirs can be bought also attract tourists. The Craft Market at the Waterfront in Georgetown offers products that are mainly handmade and exquisite shell. Wood and leather items will tempt even the strong.


ref:
http://www.ehow.com/facts_5367987_things-do-grand-cayman.html

Overwhelm yourself to the beauty of these secluded beaches Caribbean

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