Official public holiday of the Cayman Islands.
A fantastic floral show that includes indigenous Cayman orchids with exotic orchids for sale. Held at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park. 9am-4.30pm.
Taste of Cayman is a famous food and drink event held annually in Grand Cayman. Now in its 31st year it attracts in excess of 4,000 people and features 36 of Cayman's best restaurants plus local and international wines, liquors and brews. Taste of Cayman features a host of festival entertainment including cooking demonstrations, cocktail competitions, live music and fireworks for people to enjoy.years event.
Easter is a very special time in the Cayman Islands. The holiday centres on the religious event; both Good Friday and Easter Monday are public holidays and there is plenty of Easter themed entertainment to keep the whole family entertained.
The Islands national carnival is going on its 32nd year. Typically held during the first week of may, Junior Batabano welcomes kids and families to join the celebration. Batabano, being a salute to the nation's heritage, particularly that of 'turtling' is named after the tracks left in the sand by sea turtles. Held in the capital, George Town, the goal of the junior carnival is to promote Cayman's unique heritage at in a safe, family oriented, way.
The Islands national carnival is being a salute to the nation's heritage, particularly that of 'turtling' is named after the tracks left in the sand by sea turtles. Held in the capital, George Town, the carnival and parade along with the many other events occurring over the celebratory period, is meant to be a cultural celebration drawing on dance, music, history, and vibrant costuming to bring life to the celebration. Locals and visitors flock to the parade to witness the spectacle of unique costumes, lively choreography, and incredible floats.
Islanders and Anglers head to the Cayman Islands to take part in the annual fishing tournament with prizes given out to top catches of Marlin, Tuna, and other game fish.
A family fun day on the beach with kite competitions, live music and kite-making for the kids.
Located at 7 Mile Beach, the Flowers Sea Swim hosts competitors from 8-80 years old! Whether you are a competitive swimmer or just want to give it a try, Flowers Sea Swim welcomes all those looking for a good time swimming in the beautiful Caribbean waters.
To celebrate their British heritage, a celebration for the queen is held annually in George Town on Grand Cayman. The event features a full military parade.
National holiday celebrating the day of adoption of the first constitution of the island in 1959.
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A showcase for all that is grown and sold on Grand Cayman. Shops, restaurants, and local growers and artisans come together to create an atmosphere of fun. From 3 PM onwards, local entertainers join the artisans and farmers for live entertainment and real-time art displays. Located at The Paseo, Camana Bay.
Macabuca Bar & Grill hosts a delicious Caribbean BBQ every Monday night. Enjoy all you can eat BBQ ribs, jerk chicken, salads and all your BBQ favourites.
A swashbuckling good time for all three Islands! The week features a full-on mock pirate invasion of the Island and capture of the Governor! The festivities continue for five fun-filled days of pirate parades, music, street dancing, competitions, wonderful local food and drink, kids day, sports events, Heritage Days and firework displays.
A giant Christmas tree decorated with thousands of fairy lights is switched on at Camana Bay by Santa himself. Enjoy the carol singing and the Christmas market.
An international festival that brings together storytellers from Cayman, the Caribbean and North America. Events take place in parks, beaches and even private backyards, evoking an atmosphere of the days of yore when storytelling was the only entertainment.
Join an evening of celebration as beautifully lit up boats sail into the harbour in Camana Bay. Enjoy food, drink, a Christmas market, live music and a fireworks display. 6pm-8pm.
Full and half marathons, four person relays and a kid's fun run with the beautiful scenic backdrop of the Island and Caribbean Sea.
Christmas is always a fun-filled day in Cayman with numerous restaurants hosting Christmas lunch. Keep an eye on the calendar as more details are added!
Ring in the new year with displays all along Seven Mile Beach; there is also a formal display at 8pm over The Harbour at Camana Bay. Visit the event calendar for a full list of New Year's Eve Events in Cayman.
Cayman Cookout brings together talented chefs, wine and spirit experts, and culinary influencers in one of the most prestigious celebrations of food and wine in the world. Guests at this exclusive, interactive festival will enjoy dynamic cooking demonstrations, exclusive tastings and dining events, exciting local tours and unique epicurean experiences -- all presented with a sense of barefoot elegance.
Take your significant other to one of the many lovely restaurants on Grand Cayman for a romantic evening. Be sure to check with local restaurants for Valentine's Day specials.
The Little Cayman Mardi Gras is held the annual the Saturday before Ash Wednesday. Guests and locals from both Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac come to the little island for a lively parade, local musicians, dance performances, a Masquerade ball, and so much more. All proceeds from the event go towards Little Cayman National Trust. The Parade starts at Head O'Bay and ends at Edward Bodden Airfield.
The Cayman Mardi Gras Festival encompass the same feel and festivity of New Orleans with a mix of true Caribbean flavor. The flavors, sounds and beads fills the streets of George Town for 3 fun days.
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