Take a drive around Cayman at night to view the amazing scenes that some very generous people have laid on for everyone. God bless them and their CUC bills!
Many of these photographs were taken last year and they are an excellent example of what you’ll see this year too. It’s free entertainment and your children will just love it.
So get the Christmas music on the car stereo and take a road trip. It’s the closest thing to a sleigh ride in the Caribbean.
Simple and perfect.
Do you want to build a snowman?
You might call this a blushing flamingo.
It’s like a wildlife park that runs on electricity. – Photo: Stephen Clarke
Playful dolpins have a ball.
Carolers share space with a manger scene.
Visitors are encouraged to walk through the grounds of certain homes famous for their Christmas lights.
A brightly lit swan sits by the water.
Take the path through a sparkling, colorful fantasy world. – Photo: Stephen Clarke
Come and play by the mammoth Christmas tree on The Crescent, Camana Bay. – Photo: Stephen Clarke
Camana Bay is a big gathering place for family and friends in the season. – Photo: Stephen Clarke
Trees are draped in twinkling lights. – Photo: Stephen Clarke
‘Frozen’ fans would be in their glory here. – Photo: Stephen Clarke
Elsa clearly enjoys her snowy surroundings.
There are genuine winter wonderlands to be found. – Photo: Stephen Clarke
It’s like a child’s dream come true – sugar!
That Jolly Old St. Nick in the background is the biggest we’ve ever seen!
Peeking into Santa’s workshop.
A festive railroad crossing.
Are they elves or dwarves, working in their red barn?
Sponsored roundabouts, like this one, get the Christmas treatment.
You’ve got to love this olde tyme house with the white sand garden.
Santa likes to fish when he’s in the Caribbean.
Look out for the catboat on the Island Heritage roundabout.