Vacationing in Grand Cayman
Just an hour from Miami, the island houses both a robust financial center, as well a variety of wildlife, making it a unique place to both live and vacation. Made famous by Jacques Cousteau in the '60s, the island is a scuba diving mecca, with renowned spots like Orth Wall and Trinity Coves attracting advanced divers.
Hiking the National Trust's nature preserves, you may spot Canyon tree frogs or Cayman island parrots, while wading through the sandbars of "Sting Ray City", a bevy of wildlife will greet you. Water is a translucent light blue that Pantone has surely named a swatch after, with beaches like Seven Mile one of the most famous in the Caribbean.
World-class spas and Michelin dining (as well as funky beach shacks and low-key living), makes the island universally appealing.