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Grand Cayman Golf Vacations Planning Your Trip

One of the most popular golf vacation destinations is the Grand Cayman Island. Grand Cayman is positioned in the Caribbean and it is the largest of the Cayman Islands. The best time to visit this island is at the end of its winter season between April and May. This is when you have the best chances for uninterrupted sunny conditions.

If you are planning a golf vacation to Grand Cayman then your first step will probably be to make your lodging reservations. Grand Cayman is known for its five star resort destinations and its luxury hotels. It is a good idea to book your hotel reservations several months in advance to make sure that you get the best rooms and the best deals. Some of your lodging options include the Turtle Nest Inn on Seven Mile Beach, the Reef Resort, the Cobalt Coast Resort & Suites, the Hyatt Regency Grand Cayman Beach Suites on Seven Mile Beach, and the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort.

Now that you know where you will be sleeping you next need to decide where you will be playing on your vacation. There are several fantastic golf courses that you can select from. If you are going to be staying at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cayman then you should make plans to play at the Britannia Golf Course. If you are staying on the Three Mile Beach then you should make plans to play at the Links at Safehaven or the Sunrise Family Golf Centre. Finally, if you are interested in playing at a golf course that is located next to majestic scenery and amazing geological features then you should make plans to play at the Three Sisters Golf Course.

While golf may be your primary reason for visiting Grand Cayman, this island offers a lot of other attractions that you should make time to visit. The top attraction of this island is Stingray City. This underwater destination is made up of a series of shallow water sand bars which attract sting rays and other marine life. Visitors have a once in a lifetime opportunity to interact with these marine animals, and they can even feed and pet the local rays. Other tourist attractions that you should plan on visiting include: the Cayman Turtle Farm, the Pedro St. James National Historic Site, Seven Mile Beach, Ocean Frontier, Hell, Rum Point, Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, Lone Star Bar and Grill, and the Mastic Trail.

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