By Christy Whittaker
Easter is upon us and there is no shortage of things to do on Grand Cayman on the extra-long weekend. Here at Camana Bay we have something for everyone to enjoy all weekend long:
Brunchin’ festivities: We’ve all got to eat, and Sunday brunch is a beloved activity in the Cayman Islands. At Camana Bay we have several brunch options on Easter Sunday catering for all taste buds. Agua offers a family-style lunch that consists of four or five appetisers, two pasta dishes, two main courses plus sides and dessert, all meant for sharing at your table. The cost is CI$75 with bubbles or wine, or CI$55 without adult beverages. Pani Indian Kitchen has a brunch bursting with Indian flavours on Saturdays and Sundays for only CI$28 with bubbles and wine. If you fancy BBQ, then KARoo is the place for you. For just CI$30 you can savour all the BBQ flavours and fixings. Then there’s Mizu Asian Bistro + Bar teasing you with plenty of delicious dim sum options for just CI$49 all inclusive.
Boatin’ fun: For many residents, Easter screams beach, sun, and boats. You’ll find a number of people camping, or “glamping, on beaches all weekend long, taking in the rays and leaving with sandy toes. For those that don’t camp, a boat trip to the east or west side of the island is a must. If you have your own boat, the Camana Bay Harbour is open to the public and you can dock at the harbour any time or overnight for a fee.
Don’t fancy driving to Kaibo or Rum Point? Take the Cayman Ferries service for just CI$20 round trip!
Shop ’til you drop: Hunt for savings at Bon Vivant! On Saturday, April 20, Easter eggs will be hidden throughout the store – some filled with candies and some filled with savings of up to 20% off to use in store. And if baking is on your list this Easter, Bon Vivant has the cutest Easter-themed candy/cake molds for you and your loved ones to make the perfect Easter creation. Parents, you can also hop over to Bedside Manor for the cutest plush bunnies ranging in size and prices that would make the perfect Easter surprise for your little one. And don’t forget Books & Books for Easter toys and gifts and Bay Market for yummy Easter chocolates!
So, whether it’s Good Friday or Easter Monday or a day in between, Camana Bay is open all weekend long to shop, dine and play. For opening hours for our shops, restaurants and services over the Easter long weekend, click here.
About the author
Christy Whittaker is a Marketing Manager for Dart, focusing on the company’s flagship development, Camana Bay. Christy joined the team in 2019 with nine years in marketing under her belt and holds an MSc in Global Marketing from the University of Liverpool. Born and raised in the Cayman Islands, Christy has the acclaim of being a member of the first Cayman Islands gymnastics team to compete abroad!