If you are not going away and the
kids do not want to be around the house all day there are still several Easter camps and structured half-day activities
to choose from.
With a range of activities geared
to those wanting to sail, perform, ride and learn more about the islands
ecology or simply make new friends and have fun there are plenty of things to
▪Tomorrow’s Child Easter Camp Hop
Dates/times: 6-9 April, 8am-5pm.
Ages: 4-16 years old.
Cost: $199 per child (sibling
Location: Mary Miller
Hall, Red Bay.
Activities: Field trips (National
Gallery, National Museum and Rum Point) acting, singing and dancing.
Food: One snack and one lunch
Other: Auditions for dance
hall/hip hop dancers, rappers, singers, comedians etc on Wednesday, 5-7pm, 12
years and older. Thursday’s Teatime with Toddlers (ages 3-8) with accompanying
adult 6.30-8pm, $10 for adult and child; Teen Talent Showcase & Party
Friday, 8-11pm, 12-16 years old, $10.
▪Equestrian Center Riding School and Boarding
Stables Easter Camp
Dates/times: 6-9 April, 8am-12 noon.
Ages: 8 and up.
Cost: $75 per day or $275 for all 4 days.
Location: Off Linford Pierson Highway,
Activities: Groom, tack up, have lesson, trail ride, play
games on horseback. Easter egg hunt, team games and crafts. Lots of
one-on-one supervision provided and safety around horses stressed and taught.
Skills of handling and controlling ponies emphasised.
Food: Drinks and snacks provided.
Other: Children must have some riding experience
and be competent at walking, trotting, stopping and turning ponies on their own
before enrolling. Space is limited.
Contact: 516-1751 and visit [email protected].
▪Cayman Prep Easter Camp
Dates/times: 29 March – 1
Ages: 4-11 years old.
Cost: $160 per child (sibling
Location: School Assembly
Hall, Smith Road.
Activities: Arts and
crafts, music mayhem, water fun, dance and drama, team games, roller disco and
Food: Parents to provide
snack and lunch.
Other: Pick up a camp
waiver form and pay at the school’s office on Smith Road. The camp is open to
children from other schools subject to space considerations.
Ambassadors of the Environment by Jean-Michel
Ambassadors of the Environment introduces participants to the natural wonders
and rich cultural traditions of Cayman. Its half day activities are tailored to
appeal to specific age groups (4-7, 4-9, 8-15) a number of activities allow
adult and family participation, too.
To look at the
programme’s comprehensive menu of weekday activities (25-plus offerings), along
with times and prices, log onto [email protected].
(excluding public holidays), times vary according to activity.
Cost: Varies according to
Location: varies according
to activity though all participants must first meet up with their instructors at
the programme’s Heritage House at The Ritz-Carlton.
Activities: Cooking, snorkelling,
ship exploration and snorkelling, hug a bug, all about butterflies, focus on
photography, gardening gurus, Ambassadors Adventure Series, Recycled Art, Mangrove
Kayak and more.
Food: A snack is provided.
Other: A minimum of three
hours notice is required when booking to sign up for activities.
Contact: 815-6120, reservations
▪Easter @ Camp SmylesDates/times:
29 March-1 April and Tuesday, 6-9 April, 8.30am-5.30pm.
Ages: 3-10 years old.
Cost: $25 a day/$100 for the week.
Location: Lawrence Boulevard, underneath World Gym.
Food: Two snacks daily and lunch for purchase (hot dogs,
chicken nuggets, grilled cheese, and cheese/pepperoni pizza).
Activities: Arts & crafts, story time, cooking/baking,
Fun Food Fridays, sports and games and more.
▪Cayman Islands Sailing Club Easter camps
Dates/times: Camp #1: 29 March – 1 April. Camp #2: 6-9
Ages: 5-16 years old.
Cost: $240 per child. ($200 for members).
Location: CI Sailing Club,Red Bay.
Activities: Beginner to advanced sailing instruction in
small boats includes day excursions across the North Sound.
Other: All safety equipment is provided. Please
email admi[email protected] to register.
▪Kidz Zone Easter Camp
8am – 6pm.
Ages: 3-11years old.
Cost: $25 a day covers $20 a day game card.
Location: Kidz Zone, 224 North Sound Road.
Food: Lunch provided.
Activities: Morning devotional, super bikes, jungle gym,
cats and a variety of arcade games.
Other: Children must wear socks.