There is something so nostalgic and magical about packing up lunch, grabbing a nice blanket, and heading to the beach for a seaside picnic. On the Cayman Islands, there are prime and pristine picnic spots if you just know where to go. About 590 ft from the shores of Little Cayman lies the secluded Owen Island. Easily accessible by kayak or rowboat, this hidden gem is a heavenly place for a mid-afternoon lunch on the beach.
Cayman Kai, on Grand Cayman, is another exceptionally uncrowded beach for the slightly less adventurous picnic-goers. The tide is calm and the beach is well manicured from daily use. This sandy white beach also comes equipped with tables, bathrooms, and beach volleyball for a good post-picnic workout.