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Villa Bellagio Cayman @ Cayman Kai
A Grand Cayman Vacation Villa Rental Property
The Cove at Cayman Kai is Grand Cayman's Bio-Bay
EXCITING COVE ADVENTURE
Villa Bellagio Cayman adds a new boast to its ever lengthening list of amenities; our Grand Cayman vacation villa sits on Grand Cayman’s natural phenomenon of Bio Bay, where at night the exhilaratingly stunning underwater parade of lights illuminates the ocean’s floor when the marine life that lives within are awakened. The captivating sparks of glowing light reminds viewers of vibrant firework displays and this magical performance adds the lure of intrigue to this thrilling Grand Cayman nature experience. Take one of our kayaks out on any night; especially on the darkest of nights, and indulge yourself with a free bioluminescent lightshow. You are sure to find this Cayman phenomenon a rewarding and unforgettable part of your stay at our Grand Cayman vacation villa.
The Cove (also known as Sand Point Cove) at Cayman Kai, Grand Cayman Islands
Some brochures and text articles have incorrectly described the portion of Caribbean sea on which our Grand Cayman vacation home and a large portion of other private Grand Cayman vacation homes are located, as a lagoon. Having a direct inlet from the Caribbean sea rules this location out as a lagoon but is in fact a cove or bay.
The shimmering Caribbean cove on which our Grand Cayman Island vacation villa sits, is not separated from the ocean. There is an inlet (a mouth, as it is called) which leads directly to the ocean; therefore, this can not be defined as a lagoon and should not be confused as such. This serene, aqua hued, cove is a part of the Caribbean ocean and lends to great protection from hurricanes for the Grand Cayman island homes and vacation rentals within it's shores.
Wikipedia defines a cove as:
A cove usually refers to a coastal landform. Earth scientists generally use the term to describe a circular or round inlet with a narrow entrance, though colloquially the term is sometimes used to describe any sheltered bay.
Everythingbio.com defines a bay as:
a part of a sea or lake indenting the shore line; the word is often applied to very large tracts of water around which the land forms a curve
Wikipedia defines a lagoon as:
A lagoon is a body of comparatively shallow salt or brackish water separated from the deeper sea by a shallow or exposed sandbank, coral reef, or similar feature. Thus, the enclosed body of water behind a barrier reef or barrier islands or enclosed by an atoll reef is called a lagoon.
Guests comments about the cove, "bay" or lagoon:
"The pool in the back and the cove behind the pool were just wonderful for the grandchildren.."
"Having breakfast on the porch overlooking a still bay makes you feel like you are in the most amazing fairy tale."
"Our 3 year old son had such a great time in the pool, & on the beach. Being that the house in on the lagoon, makes it a great place to stay w/ small kids. We were able to sit on the patio, while he played on the beach by the water with out worrying..."
"...Situated on a very peaceful and beautiful body of water, the house is extremely comfortable with a nice yard and a great pool."
"...It was a great place to take the grandchildren. They loved the beach right in the back yard. They also liked going for rides in the kayaks every evening."
"...the kids (and adults) truly enjoyed the kayaks and the pool. We snorkeled off the beach in the rear of the house and off the kayaks. There were some spectacular starfish just a few steps in the water from the private beach."
"For the past 5 years we have spent Easter at Rum Point and this has been our best experience thus far. The kids had a ball and enjoyed the pool and kayaks. The view is beautiful."
"To be able to wake up every morning to see the reflection of the sun in the water..."
The Sun Sets on the Cove
Sunsets are as varied and as magnificent as a firework display
Bioluminescence seen under kayak in the cove (photograph published in Key To Cayman)