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Did you know it’s an Easter tradition in the Cayman Islands to go camping on the beach? Every year hundreds to thousands of Caymanians camp on beaches all over the Cayman Islands to celebrate the holiday. They see it as a great opportunity for families and friends to get together and celebrate a simpler time while enjoying the natural beauty of the sea. On Grand Cayman, you will find locals camping along Queen’s Highway in East End, around Rum Point, Cayman Kai, and of course on Seven Mile Beach.
If you’re choosing to take an Easter trip to Grand Cayman, there’s a lot going on at the resort as well! On Easter Sunday, Ferdinand’s Caribbean Café is hosting a brunch that will include dishes such as Blue Point Oysters on the Half Shell, Charcuterie & Garde Manger, Latino Ceviche with Fresh Cilantro and Lime, Bacon Wrapped Pork Loin with Apple and Local Rum Sauce, Blackened Red Snapper with Tropical Fruit Salsa, Grilled Jerk Chicken, and West Indies Seafood Curry. After brunch, guests can participate in an Easter egg hunt, beach soccer and volleyball tournaments, sand castle contest, and, later on in the evening, a movie night.