See where The Cayman Islands ranks on Trip Advisors Best of the Best awards 2023
The Cayman Islands have made an impressive appearance once again in Trip Advisor’s Traveler’s’ Choice Best of the Best categories this year. They appeared in not one but two lists for best beach, also for best nature destination and next trending destination.
Step aside Paris and New York, there’s a new crew of must-visit destinations taking over the charts. And nestled in 6th place amongst some of the exotic and exciting locations is Cayman – we just missed out on cracking the top five in the hottest spots around the world. While places like Cuba, Vietnam’s Hoi An, and Cambodia’s Siem Reap are capturing the hearts of traveler’s.
The award listing states, “The farther you go from Grand Cayman’s busy docks, the more peace and quiet you’ll find. At Stingray City (actually a sandbar), stingrays swim alongside you in the tranquil waters. Closer to town, travelers report finding some of the best massage and spa services anywhere in the Caribbean.”
The Cayman Islands ranked eighth in the best nature destination in the entire world by the reputable reviewers at Trip Advisor. In a category that includes dreamy destinations like Mauritius, Nepal’s Kathmandu, Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park, Egypt’s Hurghada on the Red Sea Coast, Indonesia’s Lombok, Hawaii’s Kauai, and Spain’s Majorca island, the Cayman Islands stands out as a must-see paradise.
And no surprise get ready to dig your toes into the sugary sands of Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach – a slice of paradise that’s captured the hearts of Trip Advisor users around the globe. Ranked 14th in the world’s most coveted beaches, and fourth in the highly-competitive Caribbean category, it’s no surprise that this flagship beach has become a hot spot for sun worshippers and ocean lovers alike. With crystal-clear waters, palm-shaded cabanas, and vibrant coral reefs teeming with tropical fish, Seven Mile Beach is the ultimate destination for those seeking an idyllic island escape.
That award listing noted, “Perfect turquoise water that can be seen for miles, clean soft sifted sand. If you haven’t been to Seven Mile Beach, then you are truly missing out.”