Mother’s Day was in May, and now June has rolled around, it’s time to focus on pater. Father’s Day falls on June 19 this year, so start thinking of ways you can show your dad how much you appreciate him.

There are gifts you can buy him, or experiences you can give him. After all, an amazing day out offers memories that will last long after the day is done.

If your dad considers this to be a breakfast amuse-bouche, then an all inclusive brunch might be a very good idea.
If your dad considers this to be a breakfast amuse-bouche, then an all inclusive brunch might be a very good idea.

Here are some of the suggestions we can offer:


Sure, you may think this is a cliché, or something people do when they can’t think of anything else, but brunch at one of the many restaurants that offer it, is always a treat.

All-inclusive buffet-style is the most popular, yet a few places have gone the a la carte route, and Blue Cilantro on a Sunday is the best of both worlds. This restaurant has a one price, all-in menu, including unlimited bubbles, served to you at your table.

Unlimited bubbles is the key at all of these brunches. If everyone in your family enjoys a tipple in the afternoon, this will keep the bill affordable.


A day on the seas, casting out some lines and hoping for a bite, can be simply idyllic when in the Cayman Islands. Our suggestion? Don’t take out your own boat (if you own one); charter a fishing boat that will take care of all your needs, so you can kick back and relax with a cold beer and a sandwich.

Some people like the messy, and if you’re one such person, then have at it; but it’s hard to argue with the convenience of all the tackle being set up for you. You bring in the fish and they do all the cleaning.

A weekend away

Why not go exploring off the rock? You can easily get to Cayman Brac, Little Cayman, Miami, Jamaica, Cuba and Honduras with very little flying time cutting into your mini-vacation. Give Dad a trip he’ll never forget, allowing him to visit places he’s never seen before.

It’s quite extraordinary how accessible these islands and countries are, and how much fun you’ll have discovering them.

Man Cave

You may be thinking of a man cave as a room in the house, but Man Cave is actually a male sanctuary on the second floor of Caribbean Plaza, West Bay Road. This fantastic spa offers everything from facials to straight-razor shaves, and a retail section with gift sets is perfect for the woman who doesn’t know what to buy for the man in her life.

Gift certificates are available for purchase, and could be just what dad needs. Being a father can be exhausting sometimes, so consider a gift like this that will relax, yet revitalize him.

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