Five things to do in Camana Bay for $5 dollars or less

Camana Bay is a destination within a destination, a must-visit spot in the sunny Cayman Islands. Known for unparalleled shopping, world-renowned dining and a plethora of experiences, Camana Bay is also the ideal place for those looking to enjoy open spaces and spend quality time with loved ones cost-effectively. With many free things to do, as well as options costing $5 or less, everyone can have fun in Camana Bay any day of the week.

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Camana Bay Cinema’s Kids Club movies

Did you know that every Saturday morning Camana Bay Cinema holds a weekly Kids Club showing? Watch a classic G- or PG-rated film, from animated delights such as Cinderella to cult classics like The Goonies. Taking place Saturdays at 10 a.m. and featuring brighter lights and softer sounds for little eyes and ears, this is a perfect start to your weekend for the family, or adults looking to enjoy some comforting nostalgia.

Experience Camana Bay Cinema’s Kids Club every Saturday morning at 10 a.m. for CI$5 per person.

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Bottomless coffee at The Waterfront Urban Diner

Are you looking for some alone time? Or a waterfront catch-up with a friend? Dine in at The Waterfront Urban Diner and enjoy bottomless coffee every day of the week! Chat with the friendly staff at the bar, enjoy a corner seat inside or dine al fresco on their patio on the Crescent while getting your dose of java for just CI$2.50.

Dine in and enjoy a cup of bottomless coffee at The Waterfront Urban Diner daily for CI$2.50.

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Picnic in a Camana Bay courtyard

Get creative with your next date and enjoy Camana Bay’s public spaces. Over 30 of Camana Bay is designated as public space. Bring your favourite blanket, pick up some snacks from one of the many cafes and eateries in the Town Centre and enjoy a picnic in one of the courtyards, such as Gardenia Court’s grassy lawn, or on the Crescent lawn overlooking the water.

Enjoy a picnic in one of the many courtyards in Camana Bay. During daylight hours use of the courtyard is free; however, for any party or event booking requests please contact

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Design your own wine tasting

Looking for a new kind of girls’ or guys’ night out? Host a mini wine tasting! West Indies Wine Company offers on tap from around the world and its WineStation machines provide three sizes of pours, ideal for sampling a range of wines and then enjoying a glass of your favourite. Wine tasting pours start from as low as CI$1.75 per glass, which would allow for a choice of options for an evening out. Stay a while and challenge a friend, or another patron, to a game of chess with one of the boards available on the shop’s patio.

It’s ‘wine down’ time! Host your own mini wine tasting session at West Indies Wine Company any day of the week (the shop is open seven days a week) with taste options ranging from CI$1.75 upwards. Looking to book a private wine tasting for an event or corporate group? Please contact

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The Observation Tower

Hear us out, The Observation Tower is more than just a place to view spectacular view of Seven Mile Beach and the North Sound…though you should do that too! The 75-foot-tall Observation Tower is also the perfect location for a breezy afternoon nap or lunch break. No after-work plans? Challenge yourself to a step challenge! How many times can you climb the Observation Tower?

The Observation Tower is the perfect place to get your steps in and enjoy spectacular panoramic view of Grand Cayman. The Observation Tower is free to access.

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Monthly events

Don’t forget to follow along on Camana Bay’s Instagram and Facebook pages and online events calendar to stay up to date on a host of free and affordable activities held in the town throughout the year.

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About the author

Alanna Warwick-Smith is a Senior Marketing Communications Coordinator supporting the business development and real estate marketing team for Dart. Alanna has worked in Dart’s flagship development of Camana Bay for the past eight years, when she began her career working at the town’s bookstore, Books & Books. A lover of the written word, Alanna reads and writes poetry in her spare time, and has written content for a range of platforms in the past, including her own blog and Camana Bay Times.

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