Get ready for your kids to experience the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean this summer at Plantana.

Vacations are all about taking a break from the daily grind and one great way to forget about your worries while vacationing is to sweat the stress away. In the Cayman Islands, we make the most of our beautiful paradise by taking our workouts outside.  Staying at Plantana will give you great options for staying fit in a gorgeous setting.

Get ready to dance along the streets with the national Cayman Carnival, Batabano!  Whether you head downtown at the start of the action, or jump and wave once the festivities arrive right along the road in front of the Plantana property – don’t miss your chance to revel and celebrate!

While it might be tempting to spend your whole vacation on Plantana’s private slice of Seven Mile Beach, there are some amazing things to see on the Eastern Side of Grand Cayman.

The Queen Elizabeth Botanic Parkis one attraction that is worth the scenic 40 minute drive to the tranquil district of North Side.

The Cayman Islands has attracted a diverse mix of people from near and far, each of whom has brought a taste of their culinary cultural heritage with them.  It’s no wonder that we have metamorphosed from ‘the Islands time forgot’ to ‘the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean’ practically overnight.  Cayman’s melting pot of nationalities and cultures is whole-heartedly reflected in the food available throughout the country.

The Easter holidays are the perfect time to reconnect with family and friends. Plantana’s beautiful, serene, private slice of Seven Mile Beach is the perfect spot to do so. 

Cayman is also host to numerous events and celebrations during Easter, all sure to keep you and your loved ones fully entertained. 

For most of us, the only time we get to see the beauty of Cayman from above is when we are descending on to the airport runaway which is a unique view of the beauty of the island. 

Stingray City is one of the most well-known attractions and unique charms of our beautiful islands.  So why exactly should you add it to your bucket list?

Just outside your doorstep at Plantana the beautiful Caribbean Sea that surrounds our picturesque island consistently beckons both visitors and locals to discover the amazing landscapes that hide within its crystal clear waters.

It has become somewhat of a tradition for Ms. Dana to celebrate her birthday during her Plantana vacation, and this year, she marked her 80th in the company of her Plantana friends and members of her family who flew in for the special occasion.

This year, Easter falls on Sunday, April 1st and while that might feel like ages away, there are many reasons while you should get ahead of the game and book your flight to Grand Cayman from now.

What better way to show your loved ones how you feel than spending Valentine’s Day here in the Cayman Islands? With stunning scenery at Plantana and a plethora of restaurants, shops, florists and spas nearby, you have everything you need to keep your loved one sweet. 

Ditch the snow, wind and rain and replace it with sun, sea and sand at Plantana’s idyllic spot on Grand Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach. With low temperatures all over the northern hemisphere, what better way to get away from winter than an escape to the warm sunshine of the Caribbean? 

Warming up your winter in Cayman has never looked better. With events such as the Taste of Cayman Food and Drink Festival set for January 27 2018, you won’t want to miss out. Situated on the festival green at Camana Bay, Cayman’s melting pot of high quality local and international fare is a short drive from Plantana, Seven Mile Beach.

January marks Grand Cayman`s biggest culinary celebrations, to kick off the new year allow your taste buds to explode and run amok as you indulge in an unparalleled gastro honeypot of food adventures coupled with legendary cocktails and fine wine at Cayman Cookout. Now in its 10th year, this exclusive and interactive event showcases over 40 different experiences from cooking demonstrations, experience food tastings, culinary tours, gourmet dinners, wine pairings and distinctive beachside and barefoot culinary experiences.


From no fuss to fancy and everything in between, you are sure to find your own perfect way to bring in the New Year here in Grand Cayman. 

There may not be snow on the ground or a chill in the air, but the Christmas spirit is certainly alive here in the Cayman Islands and with just a few days left to go, there are still plenty of things to enjoy over the Christmas break:

The Christmas season brings with it many different traditions. And while some traditions may fade with the times, others come back, bigger and better than ever. 

While the Cayman Islands may not be your typical idea of a winter wonderland, there is still plenty of holiday cheer spreading across the islands at this time of year. As the sun sets, Grand Cayman comes alive with twinkling Christmas lights adorning our beachfront condos, roads and homes throughout the island. 

While Thanksgiving isn’t an official holiday here in the Cayman Islands, we always like to take the opportunity at this time of year to acknowledge and celebrate the wonderful things that we have to be grateful for.