If you’re a fan of kiteboarding then keep an eye out for the The Estera Little Grand Kiteboarding Race 2019. This race is a multi-disciplinary team challenge covering a 90 mile course running east to west from Little Cayman to Grand Cayman held over the course of a day sometime between 18th and 25th February 2019.
Experience the best Camana Bay eateries with a guided flavour tour of Camana Bay’s top restaurants.
Don’t miss Patek Philippe’s one-of-a-kind Traveling Collection exclusively at Kirk Freeport at Bayshore Mall from January 25th to January 31st 2019.
With the recent opening of the Caboose at the acclaimed Brasserie in Grand Cayman - home to Executive Head Chef Dean Max - comes a very rare collaboration with the pioneer of “Hawaiian fusion” Chef Roy Yamaguchi from Eating House 1849.
Join world renowned chef Eric Ripert and book tickets for Cayman Cookout Grand Cayman 2019 at The-Ritz Carlton.
From a fire dancers to a beachside Christmas market The Kimpton Seafire Resort & Spa in Grand Cayman has it all.
Kick off Christmas with carols from the local choir whilst enjoying a glass of mulled wine.
Celebreating 41 years of Cayman Culture and Pirate Folklore, the Pirates Week festivities will begin in Cayman Brac from November 2nd-4th with a bon fire and Kick-Off party, heritage displays, a parade and fireworks! It’s three days of Cayman Brac culture, fantasy and fun.
The festivities move to Grand Cayman for the most famous of events (8-12 November) with five fun filled days of music, street dances, competitions, games, food festivals of traditional dishes and drinks, a Pirate Pooch Parade, a children’s fun day, teen dances, two glittering parades, sporting events for all ages, a pirate invasion and spectacular fireworks displays!
On Saturday 10th November, the pirates will "invade" the islands attacking from the sea at Hog Sty Bay in the George Town harbour. Traditionally the Governor is 'captured' and the pirates 'run amok' before being cast off again for another year.
Thousands of people line the streets to watch the spectacle and its good-natured swashbuckling fun. It's the only event of its kind in the Caribbean region and it caters to everyone in the family!
But the fun doesn't end there, with lots of excitement also happening in Little Cayman (16-18 November). There you will find a pirate’s welcome party, the annual parade where on this smallest of the three islands, if 50 people turn out, the whole village is out! End the weekend with a firework display and farewell BBQ.
This Pirates Week, there is something for everyone, don't miss it!
Join us along with Plastic Free Cayman for the North Side Beach Clean Up on Sunday June 3rd and help preserve Cayman's beautiful coastal environment.
The beach is located on the road to Rum Point just before 'Chisholm Cemetery' - access to the beach is there. Or if you prefer, choose your own area to clean up and leave a bag by the roadside for collection.
Please remember -
- Your hat and sun cream
- A reusable water bottle
- To bring a friend and carpool
- To sign in (for a chance to win a trip by Red Sail Sports)
- Bring reusable gloves (if you don’t have any we do provide them)
- To be mindful of what you pick up, watch out for sharp objects
- To make some lifestyle changes and avoid single-use plastics
- To give yourself a pat on the back!
For more information visit the link below.