Mardi Gras has been around since 1699 and is celebrated around the
world in 25 countries including the USA, England, France, Italy and
Australia. In Grand Cayman, the event was only ever celebrated on Ash
Wednesday, and was a fixture at the Kaibo Yacht Club for over a decade.
It’s no surprise that given Cayman’s year-round sun and warm climate, watersports are a popular pastime for visitors and locals alike. Crystal clear waters by skimming the surface, or submerging deeper into the depths, the options are endless.
This hotspot on the water in George Town offers great nightly drink specials, with a tasty menu focused on local ingredients. Come along and relax in the Caribbean breezes, while you enjoy a cold beverage and delicious meal under the stars. Cayman Cabana puts the “Happy” in Happy Hour.
It is a truly unique experience that has garnered numerous fans and
accolades in some of the top cities in the US, and now residents and
visitors to the Cayman Islands get a chance to see it firsthand.
Whether you’re looking for the perfect gift for a loved one, or just
want to add some sparkle to your life this Christmas, there’s no better
choice than a beautiful piece of jewelry from Island Jewelers, The
Mansion Camana Bay and Island Plaza in George Town.
It’s hard to believe that it’s already that time again, but the wind indeed be shiftin’, and on the horizon we see the skull and crossbones flappin’ in the salty air, indicating that ‘tis Pirates Week upon us. Wenches and buccaneers will be descending on the Cayman Islands for 10 days of grog, grub and lots of entertainment.
It’s time again for Pirates Week, and there’s no better spot to watch
all the festivities, than Breezes By The Bay. This two-story “tropical
grill and rhum deck” overlooks the blue water of the harbor, where
scalawags and marauders will soon be approaching. Arrrrrrhhhh!