EXOTIC WEDDING DESTINATIONS PT. 1 – THE CAYMAN ISLANDS
Did you know that the Cayman Islands stands of three islands? And that Little Cayman is so small, that the population is about 170 person? We didn’t either, until this spring, when we had the chance to travel there with Nora&Rob for their wedding.
In our new column we would like to introduce you to our favorite exotic wedding destinations.
The first one is the beautiful Cayman Islands, the heart of the Caribbean. We were blown away with the view, so if you’re looking for deserted beachy location for your wedding, maybe this can be helpful for you.
Little Cayman is the smallest and most tranquil of the three Cayman Islands. The whole atmosphere is so warm and kind and relaxing. Everybody rides bikes, and salutes you on the street – even tourist. Everybody knows each other, like a huge a family. And they welcome strangers with same attitude.
Wonderful venue for hike, for relax and not to mention the weddings
The island offers all of it’s natural beauty mixed with the comfort of civilization. It has some sort of ‘bare-foot elegance’, perfect for an unforgettable getaway beach wedding.
Little Cayman is known for it’s excellent diving opportunities. Bloody Bay Wall Marine Park is one of the most popular dive sites. But if you want to explore the island outside of the sea, rent a bike or a scooter, and meander your way on the island to see the extraordinary views, glistening beaches, and miles of untouched tropical wilderness.
The people of Caribbean are glad to help with everything, and if you looking for professionals they can easily help you with anything from floral arrangements to legal requirements.
Our tip for the perfect wedding venue: Southern Cross Club
And now let the photos speak, that’s what we do best anyway:
MORE INTERESTING WEDDINGS
Contact us through any of the free possibilities below.
We look forward to getting in touch with you!
Are you interested in our prices, packages?
Would you like a personal offer?
Would you like to get to know us personally?