It’s never too early to begin planning your winter trip! With flight prices in December and January at a low level right now, it’s the ideal time of year to book a holiday visit to the Cayman Islands. When all of your friends are complaining about the snow or sleet, you’ll be uploading photos from paradise and making everyone jealous. Here are our top reasons to join us this winter season, but, if you have anything to add, feel free to let us know on Twitter by tweeting @WestinGCayman.
- Warm Temperatures
Typically, at that time of year, the temperatures are in the mid-80s range and it generally never gets colder than 77 degrees. There will be no need for winter parkas and the only thing you’ll require is a swimsuit and cover up, because you’ll be spending all of your time on beautiful Seven Mile Beach.
- Christmas Activities
Whether you’re visiting the island with your family or joining us solo, Christmas is a very special time of year in Grand Cayman! There are holiday activities galore including an annual Christmas Tree Lighting in Camana Bay. The town brings in a beautiful, 40ft Christmas tree which is decorated with beautiful lights and ornaments. Visitors at this time of year can also enjoy a Parade of Lights which is when beautifully lit boats sail into the harbor and compete for the prize of the most magical boat.
- Special Offers
We offer many special packages that will allow you to save during your holiday trip. This includes our Family Escape package which offers Kids Club two day admission and 10% off Red Sail Sports activities, so the entire family can a trip filled with watersport fun. Another great package to take advantage of is our Vacation Bonus which offers a fourth night free and 100% resort credit per stay. You can read about all of our special offers on our website here.
We hope this gives you a bit of inspiration as you begin to plan your 2017 winter travel schedule! We’d love to see you on property this December and feel free to reach out with any questions as you start your festive season planning.