Escape the crowds and congestion for a slower pace of life of life in tranquil Cayman Kai.
This unspoiled part of Cayman’s coastline offers stunning beaches framed with palm trees and calm, shallow waters. It’s a wonderful spot for swimming and other watersports such as paddleboarding, jet skiing, kayaking and more. Don’t miss the magical tours by Cayman Kayaks where you will witness the Bioluminescence phenomenon - the production and emission of light by a living organism.
Prices for real estate in this area are high for large private homes but there are two-bed condos at the Kaibo Yacht Club which rent for around CI$300+ per night in the winter months and CI$260 in the summer months. Some residents treat themselves by renting a house or condo here for the weekend, especially over public holiday weekends. Call or visit Cayman Villas (Tel: (345) 945 4144) to see what vacation rentals they have available.
Great restaurants include the chilled out Kaibo Bar & Grill and the upscale Upstairs Restaurant which has a superb rum collection and a tasting menu with wine pairing. Kaibo also has a coffee shop, they sell ice, basic groceries and fuel for cars and boats. The Rum Point Club is open Tuesday to Sunday from 11am to 30 minutes before sunset. They do not take reservations and they offer a casual beach BBQ for food. The seating is limited. Please note that their watersports operation is not yet open (as of January 2023).
The commute into George Town will take around 45 minutes and double that in rush hour.