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“Camana Bay is the happening place on Grand Cayman”
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Reviewed March 24, 2013

Besides water sports and diving, there's nothing much to do on Grand Cayman. Downtown (Georgetown) is full of gaping tourists, especially when the cruise ships are docked. So we like to go to Camana Bay, a clean, upscale community with great restaurants, shops, a beautiful bay, grassy area for picnics and interactive fountains where little kids love to cool off. There are weekly farmer's markets, cooking classes, storytimes at the bookstore, and live music on Friday nights. Much more. . .visit camanabay.com.

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Reviewed March 11, 2013

It looks good but it isn't exactly environment friendly. There weren't good movies when we came but that's not Camana Bays fault. There ice cream is very good.

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Reviewed March 1, 2013

My wife and I walked to this place expecting something special. We found a really expensive mall with very few stores but a beautiful view from the benches by the bay. We enjoyed watching the youths playing in the fountain.

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Reviewed February 27, 2013

This is a manufactured upscale area with a few nice fountains. It's fine enough, but not worth actually "visiting" any more than you would "visit" a mall. If there is a restaurant there you want to eat at or a store you want to shop at, fine, but itself is not an "attraction." The mural is nice but still not "visitworthy."

The farmers market on Wednesday afternoons is tiny. We did buy a jelly and talked to the soap lady from Bubbles store, and went to her store later to buy some, but the whole "farmers market" is as big as two rooms in an average house. Fine if you're nearby, but not worth driving from North Side like we did. We "did" the market in about 15 minutes, other than just chatting with vendors.

Very very nice people though. Talking to them was worth more than anything else. The lady selling homemade cookies was very helpful, but only has about 2 dozen cookies, and she goes home when sold out, so go early. Everyone had a pretty small inventory.

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Reviewed January 24, 2013

We ended up walking through Camana Bay on our walk back to our hotel one afternoon. There are 3 fountains to check out and then the watchtower which has the really cool underwater themed mosaic wall which is really impressive. Other than that there are some restaurants, shopping, and a museum I believe but we didn't explore too much. We just checked out the fountains and the watchtower and then continued our walk.

Thank Meagan C
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