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Business and the Beach

Relaxing, memorable, inspirational…if this is the feedback you want to receive from your business clients, look no further than the Cayman Islands. Modern facilities, state-of-the-art technology, first-world infrastructure, diverse locations, accessible transport and more, all combine to make this unique destination the ideal locale for meetings, incentive groups and corporate business travellers.

With direct service from Air Canada and Westjet, plus other options available via US carriers, the Cayman Islands is a convenient four-hour journey from Toronto. Well-known, quality accommodations at hotels and resorts provide space to accommodate any meeting size and knowledgeable onsite planners to assist with everything from audio visual needs, to dining, entertainment, side excursions and even children’s programmes for accompanying families. Move from world-class hotels in Grand Cayman to less formal beachside venues for a unique experience or travel to the relaxed Sister Islands of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman for business that’s truly barefoot.

For seminars, large-scale meetings, activities or receptions, Grand Cayman has a wide variety of unique venues sure to impress. The magnificent Pedro St. James National Historic Site with its breathtaking ocean view, the QEII Botanic Park, National Gallery and even the Jolly Roger Pirate Ship are just a few of the distinctive options available for the discerning business client.

And after the ties come off, there are plenty of Caymanian team building opportunities to keep delegates busy and inspired. From luxury charters, bioluminescent kayaking, yoga on the beach and kite boarding lessons, to swimming with the rays at famous Stingray City or a food and wine tour, the destination has a host of leisure pursuits to help shake the stress away. Two executive golf courses mean business can be settled on the links, or delegates can slip away to a spa, partake in some duty-free shopping or dive below the sea surface for a captivating submarine ride. The options are endless, and the same goes for dining.

Often referred to as the “Culinary Capital of the Caribbean”, the Cayman Islands boast over 200 restaurants from five-star dining under the stars, to local cuisine enjoyed in a cabana or on the beach. The evolving restaurant scene in the Cayman Islands has attracted Michelin-star chef Eric Ripert along with Cayman’s own local talent who are sure to please the palate of any foodies in the group. Caribbean, Thai, Italian, New World, Japanese, Spanish, French and so much more, combined with the beautiful backdrop of the Caribbean Sea guarantees delicious days for all in attendance.

From finance to fine dining, marketing presentations to marine explorations, for any meeting, conference or retreat, the Cayman Islands will surely impress. For more information about meetings and incentive group travel to the Cayman Islands www.visitcaymanislands.ca

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