Christmas is always highly anticipated time of year in Cayman, with a
whirlwind of events and festivities designed to make spirits bright.
Here we highlight some memorable holiday happenings in December.
For the past four years, Laura Anderton has been creating exquisite
hats, worn by both the Cayman public, and clients overseas. Each one of
her beautiful chapeaux is unique, eye-catching, and finished with an
The National Trust now offers a number of
interesting and informative tours that residents and visitors can enjoy,
including the Mastic Trail, Mission House, Tale of Two Cities and the
Cayman Home and Garden tour.
2012 was a terrible year for wildlife in the Cayman Islands; the
lionfish invasion continued, the Turtle Farm got a lot of bad press, our
beloved stingrays were being stolen from the sandbar, the grouper
spawning sites came under increasing pressure and the proposal to expand
marine parks had many objectors.
The Caribbean is well known for its beaches, crystal clear waters and
tropical life; hence tourism is inextricably linked to sustainability
within this region, and is becoming an increasing pressure on the
tourism development agenda.
Island Companies will be celebrating 35 years in business in the Cayman
Islands in 2013. That is 35 years of sourcing, importing and selling
some of the finest jewellery, watches, accessories and luxury goods
available on the global market.