Camana Bay at night, lots to delight
Atlantis explores the underwater world at night
Bars and nightclubs and music, oh my!
Barolo is so much more than wine
Just chillin’ by The Mango Tree
You’re gonna wanna check out da Cabana
Apps to get you through the night
Drinks of the gods
Anyone who says that there is nothing to do in the Cayman Islands is clearly not leaving their house. There is a wealth of activities out there, and when it comes to nightlife it is surprising how much diversity can be found at restaurants, hotels, bars and clubs from East End to West Bay.
Live music runs the gamut from country to rock with of course a very healthy dose of Caribbean rhythms thrown in featuring reggae and calypso hits. If you’re not a musician but you like to sing, you can find a number of karaoke venues throughout the island on any given night, or if you prefer to join in with others, consider one of the many jam nights to be found on the Seven Mile strip.
Bars and nightclubs have got top local or international DJs spinning the latest grooves if you are really in the mood to get down and boogie, but then you also have the choice of quiet bars where background music wafts through the speakers and the atmosphere is perfect for an intimate chat.
Outdoor venues are all the rage in the Cayman Islands, and why wouldn’t they be? If you’re going to live in the Caribbean you might as well take advantage of the nice weather day or night. Take a stroll around Camana Bay, sit by the water at The Wharf, or get yourself a beer at Calico Jack’s and dig your toes into the sand. No matter what, spending every night indoors is not the way to truly appreciate living here in paradise.
Just remember that when enjoying all the nightlife that Cayman has to offer, you must be aware of the strict drinking and driving laws. There are taxis aplenty out on the roads or ask your friendly neighbourhood bartender to call one for you.