Christmas in Cayman is magical! There might not be snow, but we do put up real Christmas trees and fill our gardens with twinkling lights as the rounds of parties and good cheer begin. Hotels also get into the spirit and its become common practice for each hotel to set up their own special Christmas display - much to visiting children's delight!
Traditionally, the festive season kicks off with the Christmas breeze which starts to blow in November. Caymanians are big on Christmas decorations and a favourite tradition for many families involves checking out the impressive displays! Capt. Theo Bodden’s magnificent garden, opposite Sunset House, and Rex and Cecile Christon's twinkling front-yard, across from the South Shore apartment complex on Shamrock Road, both become a theatrical display of lights from early December - filling up with visitors each evening!
Camana Bay’s annual tree lighting in November is a great family outing. Elmslie Church's Christmas carol singing concert in mid December is highly anticipated every year. Enjoy shopping at the local craft markets, which all feature handmade festive products and trinkets, and keep a look out for an appearance from Father Christmas!
Check out Cayman Parent's article on celebrating Christmas in the Cayman Islands for more details on all the festive events happening in November and December.