For many, summer is synonymous with fun beach and boat days, barbecues, travelling and family vacations. However, with these unprecedented times, summer is quite different this year. Now that shelter-in-place regulations have lifted on Grand Cayman, families can now safely mingle, children can get back to interacting with their peers and we can finally fully enjoy the outdoors on our beautiful island again. If you are looking for a fun-filled and active outdoor family-friendly activity, the Passport to Camana Bay is for you.
When you visit Camana Bay this summer, be sure to stop by the Visitor Centre and pick up a free copy of the Passport to Camana Bay activity guide. With this family-friendly activity guide suitable for all ages, discover new places you may have never been before in the Town Centre, and plenty of interesting facts! The Passport to Camana Bay activity guide includes colouring pages for kids to colour to their heart’s delight, and trivia questions that will take you on a journey throughout the town.
There are 10 locations to explore in the activity guide, so make a day of it by stopping for lunch or a movie before, after or during! Alternatively, split it up over a few weekends to get the little ones excited about which destinations they can stamp in their passport on their next trip to Camana Bay. Use the passport as inspiration for your next family fun day, perhaps booking a ferry ride to Rum Point to enjoy the other side of the island or heading out on a Red Sail Sports excursion.
This summer, “I Love Camana Bay” T-shirts are also available for purchase at the Visitor Centre in green or white designs. Do you feel like turning the Passport to Camana Bay activity guide into a friendly competition? Get a group of friends (this is ideal for a birthday party, too!) and form a green and white team identified by the shirts you wear. Compete against each other to see who can complete the passport first!
About the author
Natasha Valerio is a Senior Marketing Communications Coordinator supporting the marketing team of the business development and real estate division at Dart. Natasha holds a BA in Communication Arts and has worked in Camana Bay since 2010. Born and raised in the Cayman Islands, Natasha loves the mermaid life – fitting, given that she is the team’s ‘Disney princess!’ Some of Natasha’s experience with Dart includes working on the opening of The Residences at Seafire, Dart’s first for-sale resort-residential property.