Sun, sea, and sophistication
In the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, just a short flight from Miami, is a welcoming and highly desirable destination for travelers of all ages. Truly a tropical paradise, the Cayman Islands is alive with vibrant coral reefs, marine life, flora and exotic birds. This natural beauty is accompanied by one of the highest standards of living in the Caribbean, along with a sophisticated international culture, and the benefits of a flourishing financial industry.
A country of three islands
The country is composed of three islands, with the smallest aptly named Little Cayman. Cayman Brac is next in size, with approximately 1,600 inhabitants on 14 square miles, which includes a 140-foot bluff – the highest point in the Islands. Grand Cayman, at 76 square miles, or 22 miles long and 8 miles at its widest point, is the largest and most developed, with a population of approximately 50,000.
A destination within a destination
The Town of Camana Bay is situated on the western peninsula of Grand Cayman, just a few minutes drive from the capital George Town and the Owen Roberts International Airport. Stretching over 500 acres from Seven Mile Beach to the North Sound, Camana Bay has been designed by world-class, award-winning architects and a must-stop destination for many reasons:
For the beautifully landscaped Camana Way that showcases five different ecosystems found on these islands; for great entertainment, dining and shopping options; for design features such as the amazing lighting which came from the same consultants whose work lights Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa; for the birds which gather in Cassia Court to enjoy the figs grown on Ficus Aurea, the Town Centre’s biggest tree which is native to Cayman and produces supermarket-quality figs; for the spectacular 360-degree island views from the Observation Tower, one of the island’s tallest structures; and for the interactive fountains with sprays reaching 30 feet high, which offer fun for kids and a cooling backdrop for all who visit the Town Centre.