Saturday, 13 April

Easter Dig

The annual Z99 Grand Cayman Easter Dig gives children the opportunity to dig in the sand for as many eggs and prizes as possible. The event is free – just show up, register and you’ll be ready to dig. The Easter Dig takes place the weekend before Easter and is for kids age 12 and under. Registration at 10 a.m.; dig begins at 11 a.m. Visit for the location and more information.


Friday and Saturday, 19 and 20 April

Easter Bunny Afternoon Tea

Meet and mingle with the Easter Bunny for a memorable afternoon tea. Savor an assortment of classic and herbal teas paired with delectable sandwiches, freshly baked scones and tempting pastries. Seatings at noon and 2:30 p.m. in the Silver Palm Lounge. Reservations: 815-6912.


Saturday, 20 April

Little Cayman Easter Auction

People in seats and standing in the background at the Little Cayman Easter Auction

Audience members show off their auction numbers at the Little Cayman Easter Auction.

The Little Cayman District of the National Trust is holding its 27th annual Easter Auction to raise funds in support of the preservation of the natural environment and places of historic significance. The event will be held at the National Trust house and includes live and silent auctions.


Monday, 22 April

Kitefest at Kaibo

A row of kites flying in the air

Kitefest returns to Kaibo on Easter Monday.

Pack up the family and head out to Kaibo on Easter Monday for the Kitefest festival. Enter a variety of kite competitions for a chance to win great prizes.

Looking down on tables and seats around thatch umbrellas, with a jetty and clear blue water in the background

Staycations are popular at Easter, particularly in North Side and East End.

There will be kite-making for kids, watersports and live music. Visit

Easter staycation

The Easter long weekend presents a prime opportunity for a relaxing staycation. Tranquil North Side is a popular destination for families, with nearby Rum Point and Kaibo offering plenty of beach time and fun in the water. East End is another great getaway, offering a chance to relax in serene surroundings that exudes the timeless charm of old-time Cayman. Or visit the Sister Islands of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. These idyllic isles are known for their natural beauty and laid-back charm.

Easter brunch

Easter feasts are a big part of the weekend celebrations, with many restaurants and resorts pulling out all the stops for spectacular brunches. It’s a time relax and catch up with friends and family over some bottomless bubbly and fantastic food. Among the top spots are the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa, Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort, the Westin, Agua, LUCA, Blue Cilantro, Lighthouse, Tukka, Morritt’s and Grand Old House.