With a steady stream of cruise ship passengers arriving daily, the Cayman Islands is a popular destination for those looking for a tropical getaway with a touch of home. The three islands are British Overseas Territory. Grand Cayman is the biggest and most well-known with a plethora of beach resorts lining it’s picture-perfect shores. The smaller islands of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman offer a stunning array of wildlife and natural attractions, including some of the best diving spots in the world. The best part is that the Cayman Islands are very dog-friendly. However you like to spend your time, you’ll find plenty to do with your dog in the Cayman Islands.
Located in George Town, Grand Cayman, this one stop shop is the place to go for all your luxury pet needs. This high-end pet boutique sells all the essentials you need for your dog. From toys and treats, to collars and grooming gear, they’ve got it all. There’s even an in-house spa so you can leave your pet to be pampered while you hit the shops.
Macabuca is an ocean-front tiki bar that offers the most incredible views over the ocean. With a sunset happy hour and a menu full of mouthwatering tacos, salads and conch, this place is almost too good to be true. Dogs are welcome to join you but must be kept on a leash.
This quiet, residential area is a nice change from the hustle and bustle of the main city. A newly built walkway traces the shorefront and is an excellent place to walk your dog. You can also easily hop down to the beach to cool off in the water – but there is a lot of seaweed in this area.
This non-profit dog rescue charity hosts frequent, fun community events. There’s the Mutt Strutt that takes place at sunset on Seven Mile Beach, the monthly car boot sales, dog shows and even a murder mystery event!
Located in the Grand Harbour Shopping Centre, this traditional sports bar offers a comforting menu of affordable crowd pleasers. Boasting a whopping 24 TVs, you’re guaranteed not to miss a second of your favourite sporting event. There’s even an outdoor playground and bouncy castle for kids! Dogs are allowed but must be leashed.
So whether you want to shop ’til you drop, or you prefer a quiet beach stroll, you’ll find plenty to do with your dog in the Cayman Islands.
Fri May 28 2021