The Art of Storytelling

This year, the Cayman National Cultural Foundation (CNCF) will celebrate 20 years of storytelling with Gimistory, a cultural festival that provides free family entertainment to all. The week-long event is slated to amuse and enthrall residents and visitors of the Cayman Islands, travelling from district to district and highlighting both local and regional storytellers and... Continue Reading →

History on Display

In 1780, Englishman William Eden built Pedro St. James, a grand three-storey Great House, which would later become an iconic heritage site in the Cayman Islands. At the time, Grand Cayman was a fledgling island settlement inhabited by roughly 500 people, half of whom were enslaved. Donkeys were the sole means of transportation on dry... Continue Reading →

Supporting Local Charities this Holiday Season

“Giving is receiving”: it’s an age-old proverb that inspires people around the world to give with an open heart, particularly to those less fortunate or experiencing hardship. As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving – both in the USA and Cayman – and ready our homes for holiday festivities, it’s worth considering ways you can make... Continue Reading →

Save the Date: New Year’s Eve Festivities at Camana Bay

The festivities don’t end after Christmas! Camana Bay’s annual no-cover New Year’s Eve celebration, Saturday 31 December, promises for the fourth year to be a magical evening for families and party-goers alike with delightful dinners, tasty treats, music and entertainment and two fireworks displays overlooking the Town Centre’s massive Christmas tree on the Crescent. [Credit:... Continue Reading →

Moon Over Cayman: Summer Full Moon Events

Full moons in the Cayman Islands are synonymous with celebration and magic. There are two spectacular events on Grand Cayman that honour the full moon: the Full Moon Party at Calico Jack's - a casual event that draws an impressive crowd to Grand Cayman's famed Seven Mile Beach - and Kaibo's spectacular dining and dancing... Continue Reading →

High Seas Fun: Cayman Brac Jackpot

Deep-sea fishing is one of the most celebrated sports in the Cayman Islands. The call of the sea is second nature to Caymanian fishermen who, for centuries, supported their families with a life built on seafaring, turtling and shipbuilding. Every year, a legion of men - and women and kids - take to the high... Continue Reading →

Date Night Ideas in Cayman for New Moms and Dads

Sleepless nights, endless dirty diapers, heaping piles of laundry and a fussy baby can make it hard to find the time or energy for a date night as new parents. Having a bit of “adult time” however allows moms and dads – first-timers and the experienced – a moment to reconnect and keep the spark... Continue Reading →

Leaning In: Riding with Cayman Segway Tours

One of the most exciting – and convenient – ways to explore Grand Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach is by hopping on an agile Segway Personal Transporter (PT). Exploring the island by Segway is a novel idea when it comes to tours in the Cayman Islands, where tours are predominantly operated via boat or bus with... Continue Reading →

Art Scene in the Cayman Islands

Artists and art enthusiasts in the Cayman Islands regularly meander through conventional galleries like the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands, Sandon Feat Gallery and the Kennedy Gallery, where they enjoy exquisite prints and paintings, contemporary sculptures, striking photography and provocative abstract work. But the visual arts can also be enjoyed at quaint cafés, corner... Continue Reading →

Swashbuckling in the Sister Islands

A siege of pirates and wenches will pillage and plunder the Cayman Islands during the annual Pirates Week National Festival, 7 to 28 November 2015. Now in its 38th year, the near month-long jubilee is considered quintessential among the nation’s cultural events, and showcases and celebrates our history, traditions, food, artisans and musicians. Most events... Continue Reading →

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