Visit Barker’s National Park
If you’re looking for a secluded getaway full of stunning natural beauty, make sure to visit Barker’s National Park next time you visit Grand Cayman.
Barker’s National Park was the Cayman Islands’ very first national park. It combines the wild beauty of dense mangroves with Grand Cayman’s wide-open white sand beaches. The beach is often empty, making it perfect for those looking to slow down for the day.
The park is completely undeveloped, meaning that you won’t find restaurants or other amenities there. However, it is the perfect spot for hiking, biking, or horseback riding. Make sure to keep an eye out for famous Grand Cayman wildlife, like the brown pelicans and green iguanas that call Barker’s National Park their home.