MTQ’s 2015 NQC Schedule
Tuesday - Main Stage | 6:57pm | LeConte Center
Thursday – Main Stage | 9:42pm | LeConte Center
*Mark and Nick host the evening concert*
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Grand Cayman is considered the "beach day" of the trip. The island's famed Seven Mile Beach has been rated as the number one beach in the world by U.S. News and World Report; dig your toes into fluffy white sand and rest while the crystal waters lap onto shore.
On the other hand, if you feel that Seven Mile Beach is too crowded during cruise season, you may want to hire a taxi and go to West Bay Public Beach. Restrooms, changing facilities and dining at Alfresco Restaurant are all available.
If you like beach days in both ports, you may want to consider Paradise Beach in Cozumel. There is no admission charge to the beach itself, but you can rent beach chairs for approximately $2 and purchase a "Fun Pass" that will give you access to over 14 water accessories such as: snorkel equipment, kayaks, paddleboards, waterslides, water trampolines and more - this would be a great place to take your children and/or grandchildren!
This is a beautiful sandy beach with access to restrooms, showers and places to change clothing. There is a restaurant nearby along with places to get a massage. Located 9 miles south of San Miguel (Downtown) and 5 miles south of the International Cruise Ship Pier.
Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, also in Grand Cayman, is a great place to learn about the island's history. The Visitor Center is built to resemble Colonial Caribbean Architecture and you will feel like you're walking back in time as you stroll through the brick courtyard, surrounded by the vegetation of the island and its native flowers. Keep an eye out for the blue iguanas too!
In Cozumel, you can take the "Cozumel Highlights and Shopping" excursion where you will visit a Mayan chocolate factory, a Mayan house, Discover Mexico Park, stroll through gardens and get a view of downtown on your way to the market where you can purchase your own Mexican souvenir.
Punta Celerain Lighthouse sits at the southernmost tip of Cozumel and offers a stunning view of the shoreline from the top. Once you arrive at the lighthouse, additional activities are available on sight, such as: a few shops, museum, beach and the ECO Park. The lighthouse contains 134 steps.
Bring your camera along! The views are