Camana Bay – Shopping Event of The Year

Our Story

Members of the Dart family first visited Grand Cayman in the late 1980s, initially drawn to the island’s great natural assets and marine environment. They also found it to have a sophisticated infrastructure due to its role as an offshore financial centre and were impressed by its diverse and talented workforce. The home the family subsequently purchased was the West Indian Club, which came with the land that is now the core of Camana Bay. Based on their deepening knowledge of Cayman’s history and culture, its promising future and their travels around the world, the Dart family felt the Camana Bay site held great potential to become a world class community development. Their vision was for a new town, open to all, providing a diverse and walkable mix of commercial, retail, resort, entertainment and residential opportunities.

Shop. Work. Play.

What. When. Where.

Address: Market St, Cayman Islands


Thursday8:00 am – 12:00 am
Friday8:00 am – 12:00 am
Saturday8:00 am – 12:00 am
Sunday8:00 am – 12:00 am
Monday8:00 am – 12:00 am
Tuesday8:00 am – 12:00 am
Wednesday8:00 am – 12:00 am

Visit Us


‘Reberth’ documentary at Camana Bay Saturday

​​A documentary film about the pressures of development on the marine environment of the Cayman Islands will be screened at the movie theater at Camana Bay, Saturday.

Weekender Spotlight: Barefoot Man, tea time and more

This weekend, we have new and old music from Barefoot Man with the release of his latest CD. Then check out Cayman's amateur mixologists as they prepare for an epic match.

Cayman weight lifters raise the bar

Spectators cheered, whistled, hollered and pumped up the 20 athletes who lifted barbells carrying weights of 200 to 300 pounds in Olympic-style weight lifting in Camana Bay this weekend.

Literacy Month is celebrated at Camana Bay in September

Literacy Month is back to celebrate and encourage a love of reading among youth across the Cayman Islands. This year, the theme focuses on mysteries, covering everything from “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes” to local favorite “Pedro and The Treasure Map” by Erin Connelly.