Located in the gorgeous Caribbean Sea, the Cayman Islands are a perfect destination for relaxation and entertainment. The temperature hovers around 80 degrees all year long, and that makes for some wonderful outside activities. The allure of pristine beaches, unspoiled reefs, marine wildlife, and an exciting nightlife make this paradise irresistible, even to celebrities.
Taylor Swift enjoyed a day in the islands and was seen dining at the popular Tukka Restaurant and Bar. The restaurant is located on the east end of the island and features freshly caught seafood. They sponsor events almost every day of the week, and are located right off the ocean. Reviewers give the restaurant a 4.5 rating, and reservations are absolutely recommended.
The Cayman Islands also feature a 3 day Jazz Festival every February. The event attracts top name celebrity performers. The Festival recently hosted the singers Alicia Keys and John Legend. For the tourist interested in finance, the internationally acclaimed Alternative Investment Summit has featured Arnold Schwarzenegger and Al Pacino. George W. Bush has also appeared there. This affair is also held in February.
Over The Edge is another restaurant in the Cayman Islands that feature simple beachside fare. The Dixie Chicks were once spotted there on a Friday night. One of the most popular spots on the Islands is the exhilarating Stingray City. It remains the number one tourist attraction as sightseers get to swim among hundreds of these oddly shaped fish. Former President, Jimmy Carter, has visited this popular spot.
Celebrities typically will stay in a private villa, but the Ritz-Carlton Resort has entertained several important guests such as Tom Cruise and Katie Couric. The hotel is home to Blue, a fine restaurant that features local seafood. Celebrity chef Eric Ripert has created an exquisite dining experience, and should not be missed.
The Cayman Island is a perfect destination for anyone, famous or not. It is the ideal winter getaway, especially since the islands serve up numerous festivals during that time. Whether it is relaxation at Dart’s Seafire Resort Spa, or excitement, the Cayman Islands are sure to invigorate.