While restaurants in the Cayman Islands offer the perfect location for a romantic night out, there are also other, non-foodie options on the dating menu.
If you’re looking for an active evening, King Pin Bowling at King’s Sports Centre has four lanes and is open until 10 p.m. on weekends, allowing competitive couples to impress one another with their strikes, splits and doubles.
Cayman Crazy Golfing on West Bay Road is another option for the sporting enthusiast, or for more serious golfers, take a trip-for-two to the driving range at North Sound Golf Club and partake in a twilight practice.
For more relaxing options, treat yourself to a movie in the Camana Bay cinema’s VIP auditorium before indulging in a treat from Häagen-Dazs or Gelato & Co. Alternatively, cozy up on the deck of a catamaran during a sunset cruise with Red Sail, which offers both happy hour trips or full dinner cruises.
Dates needn’t be confined to evening activities; for daytime fun, take a romantic stroll through the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, or along one of Cayman’s many beautiful beaches.
More adventurous couples could take to the skies on a double parasail ride or even in the cabin of a helicopter.
Landside adrenaline junkies might want to consider guiding each other up the climbing wall at Kings Sports Centre, or go horse riding along Barker’s rustic coastline.
For the ultimate date, take a trip to Little Cayman where you can really get one-on-one time, with days spent in a double kayak and dinners enjoyed under the stars.