Dart Real Estate President Jackie Doak shares her experience as she attended KAABOO Del Mar with Dart colleagues last year. “I am thrilled for what’s to come and can’t wait for you to have your own unique experience!”
Anyone visiting Grand Cayman expects to enjoy white sand beaches, palm trees and stunning sunsets, but what about an international music extravaganza? Living in Grand Cayman has gotten even better with the arrival of KAABOO, a experiential music and arts festival set to take place February 15-16, 2019.
The Cayman Islands is known as the “Culinary Capital of the Caribbean” and if you look at the incredible options for Sunday brunches at Grand Cayman’s restaurants, you’ll see why. Ask just about anyone around the island what they have planned for the weekend and odds are, Sunday brunch is on the list.
Dining by the sea is an enchanting experience and there is no shortage of seaside restaurants in the Cayman Islands. Many of these restaurants cater to boaters and boast a thriving epicurean scene offering everything from global cuisines to local favourites. Read this article to find out which Grand Cayman restaurants you can visit by boat.
Living in Grand Cayman, we are surrounded by the beautiful Caribbean ocean and are spoiled for choice when it comes to water activities. For those looking for a break from the water, there is much to explore and many things to do across the island. Here are a few top picks at our properties.
In the commercial real estate world, The Observation Tower at Camana Bay would be considered an anomaly. Occupying a prime location on a busy shopping street, it has never been available for rent. But for Dart Real Estate, design is as important as function and The Observation Tower is no exception. As the focal point of Camana Bay’s Town Centre, The Observation Tower is lit up like a lantern after dark with a welcoming glow that spreads its warmth to the streets below.
Camana Bay’s landscape design was conceived to specifically reflect the unique natural and cultural heritage of the Cayman Islands; to be authentically Caymanian, but embrace modern aesthetics. By the principles of “New Urbanism,” Camana Bay would be a sustainable, multi-purpose community but, unlike some international developments, would not attempt to replicate older architectural styles.
Camana Bay is a hidden gem of a town that is bursting with liveliness and family-friendly fun. I have never visited such a community-oriented Caribbean town that truly goes out of their way to get everyone involved, making it fun for all. From holiday celebrations, to gatherings at the local bookstore to farmers/artisans markets and beyond, this is a traveler’s dream.