Activities to do in the Cayman Islands During Spring Break

Foodies, shoppers, and those looking for unique attractions, family-friendly entertainment and fun things to do while in the Cayman Islands for spring break will be delighted by Camana Bay. This top destination for tourists and residents alike is only steps away from Grand Cayman’s world-famous Seven Mile Beach.

Camana Bay’s Town Centre is the heart of the Cayman Islands experience with its world-class shopping and dining, all surrounded by lush outdoor spaces and fountains. Regularly held events provide visitors with a lively local experience and endless entertainment.

Here are some tourist-friendly tips for things to see and do at Camana Bay:

Farmers’ and Artisan Market
Soak up some local culture at the Farmers’ and Artisan market. The market began as a tradition in 2010 and is held on Wednesdays on the Paseo from noon to 7pm. Shop for handmade souvenirs and sample the island’s fruits and vegetables as you enjoy live music, art, and cultural demonstrations.

Flavour Tour
Immediately after the market closes at 7pm, you won’t want to miss The Flavour Tour, a guided culinary experience where local ingredients are presented in samples at signature restaurants. Begin the evening with a glass of wine at West Indies Wine Company. A sampling plate course at four different restaurants follows.

Camana Bay Weekly Events
Camana Bay offers delightful family-oriented weekly events. Here are some popular choices.

• Imagination Playground- Tuesdays & Saturdays 10am-7pm, The Crescent. Fun, interactive play with giant foam blocks.
• Story Time- Tuesdays at 11am, Regal Cinemas, and Saturdays at 10:30am
• Live music from local bands, free, at sundown, open to the public.

• Interactive Fountains- Jasmine Court- dancing colorful waters with 30-feet skyward bursts
• Observation Tower- 75-foot tower to climb for 360-degree views of the island
• Poof the Blue Dragon- one of 15 larger than life sculptures of the Cayman’s endangered Blue Iguanas
• Courtyards- relax in one of four courtyards of distinct character named after the flowers that grow there: Jasmine, Cassia, Gardenia, and Canella