Camana Bay

Situated on 500 acres stretching from the Caribbean sea to the North Sound, Camana Bay is a place to live, work and play. A mixed-use masterplanned community, the Town of Camana Bay will be developed over several decades, enabling it to flourish for generations to come.

Designed by a team of award-winning architects and planners, Camana Bay has a contemporary style inspired by traditional Caribbean architecture and is landscaped with mature, native plants and trees to give it a distinctly Caymanian character. With shops, restaurants, offices, homes and a school all within easy walking distance, the Town of Camana Bay is Grand Cayman’s newest community. 

Shops & Entertainment

  • Books & Books
  • The Mansion (Jewelry)
  • NKY
  • Lilly Pulitzer
  • La Visage - selling Penhaligon’s of London!
  • Sand Angels
  • Bedside Manner
  • Hollywood Theaters Six Screen Cinema
  • Farmers Market on Wednesdays
  • Water Jets! Your kids will be entertained for hours!
  • And many more...


  • Michaels
  • Abacus
  • Ortanique
  • The Black Trumpet - Gourmet Deli
  • Cafe Del Sol - "Illy" Coffee Shop

Farmers Market

Real Food, Real Farmers, Real Community! Get a real taste of Cayman every Wednesday when vendors from across the island sell fresh produce, hot food, handmade crafts and more at Camana Bay. Enjoy the satisfaction of buying fresh and supporting local merchants. The stalls are set up on the corner of Forum Lane and Market Street across from Digicel and Mail Boxes Etc. Every Wednesday 12-7pm, corner of Forum Lane and Market Street.

Wed, Feb 6, 2013 12:00 PM - Wed, Feb 6, 2013 7:00 PM
When: Wednesdays 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The Observation Tower

The Observation Tower is open to the public, free of charge, from sunrise to 10pm daily and provides 360 degree views of Grand Cayman beyond Camana Bay and including Seven Mile Beach, George Town and the marine parks of the North Sound. Inside The Observation Tower, staircases climb alongside a floor to ceiling mosaic depicting Cayman's beautiful reefs and marine life, giving the sense of ascending a deep sea dive from sea bed to surface. Drawing inspiration from the world-renowned dive spots (the photo on which the mosaic is based was taken in the Sister Islands), the mosaic is constructed of countless tiles in 114 different colours and is one of the largest undersea mosaic installations in the world. Visitors may also use the elevator to get to the top of The Tower - going straight to the top, or stopping to take in the view at each floor.