You are blessed if you can take the entire family to the Cayman Islands for several days in the summer. The kids will love the eternal sunshine and all the great activities the tropical paradise has in store. And for sure, you will also delight in the fancy boutique accommodations of the Sunshine Suites Resort – the most family-friendly resort in the area.

Sea Turtle Grand Cayman Islands

There’s an abundance of enjoyable activities for the entire family to indulge in. So, if you’re carefully planning how you’ll spend your days so that the whole family can constantly be together discovering something new and having a blast (which is very important if you have little kids), here are the top five fun family activities to do in the Grand Caymans:

#1 – Head to Stingray City.

If you have kids that watched and loved the movie “Finding Nemo,” Stingray City should be one of your stops. Here, young and old score the opportunity to interact with friendly rays that enjoy getting visited by humans. Just warn the little ones not to take inspiration from the movie and ride the graceful creatures.

#2 – Wind down at Camana Bay.

This pedestrian-friendly waterfront development has ritzy restaurants, charming local shops, interactive fountains, an Observation Tower, and a cinema. When you and the family want to take a break from all the activities at the beach, this is the place to go. Apart from the established attractions here, you may also chance upon special events organized by the community.

#3 – Get active at Seven Mile Beach.

If you want to try out watersports for the first time, this beach is perfect. A vast range of watersports is the main attraction here. You’ll meet friendly instructors and other tourists that want to try riding a jet ski, paddle boarding, canoeing, sky surfing, and others. Your family can also join the Segway tour available here in order to explore the expanse of the beach with ease and style.

#4 – Learn more about the Cayman Islands at Pedro St. James National Historic Site.

An important part of traveling to a new location is learning its background and the Pedro St. James National Historic Site is the destination for that. Enrich yourselves with worldly knowledge by learning historical factoids about the islands.

#5 – Visit the Cayman Turtle Farm.

Seriously, who doesn’t like turtles? Young and old alike are fascinated by these reptiles (they’re not amphibians, as it turned out) that have been around for 220 million years. You can learn more about what makes them special when your party visits the turtle farm.

There are still more simple pleasures and lovely treasures in store for your family; just consider these five the absolute musts for your getaway. Get in touch with your concierge at the resort to find out what other activities you can incorporate into your stay that will create a vacay to remember forever for your family.