Camana Bay on Grand Cayman offers shopping, dining, and lively entertainment. My friend who lives on the island had plans to attend a film premiere which was part of the Poinciana Festival, so we took the opportunity to wander around the area. I was pleasantly surprised to see this cute palm tree filled mini island.
Colorful smooth discs situated in front of the cinema are fun for children to climb on. We noticed masses of long curly dreadlocks of green hanging from a tree.
Our friends remarked how uncrowded the area was, probably due to the overcast skies and earlier storm.
We saw a jelly fish while crossing the bridge from the mini island back to the main area of Camana Bay.
Palm trees lined the wide pedestrian walking paths…
I enjoyed the variety of architecture!
Don’t forget to look up!
You’ll find refreshing water features with secluded seating for having a bite to eat or to take a rest.
We split a bottle of red wine and listened to an excellent Latin guitar duo! As night fell, the soft lighting created a magical ambiance.
Camana Bay has it all!