Will you be visiting Plantana this March? Lucky for you, as March is considered one of the best months to visit the Cayman Islands! The temperature creeps up into the mid-80s with average lows of 68, the perfect temperature to enjoy evenings outside on your lanai with a good bottle of wine. The clear, calm waters are the perfect temperature for swimming, snorkeling and sailing. What more could you wish for? In this week’s blog we have pulled together a list of local activities, from cultural experiences, a seafood sensation and salsa classes that will see you dance the night away, there is something for any vacation agenda.
Red Sky at Night – Saturday, 2 March 4pm – 12midnight
Red Sky at Night is a multi-disciplinary festival celebrating Cayman’s vibrant arts scene and highlighting a variety of cultural elements. Visitors can expect inspiring performances from dancers, singers, actors and storytellers inside two theaters and on the grounds, arts and craft for sale and an array of delicious local culinary dishes. A Cayfest event, Red Sky kicks off at 4pm at the F.J. Harquail Cultural Centre, off West Bay Road. Tickets can be purchased at the gate for $15 (adults) and $5 (children).
Imagination Playground – Tuesdays at 10am
Looking for something a little different to do with the kids this vacation? Visit Imagination Playground, an interactive waterpark specifically designed to prompt creativity and sensory exploration. While kids splash and explore in this safe playground, parents can relax in a serene environment on the crescent at Camana Bay every Tuesday at 10am for the month of March.
Live Seafood Festival at Bacaro – Saturday, 23 March 5pm – 9pm
Epicureans will be treated to exquisite, Caribbean inspired, fresh local seafood, paired with craft cocktails, beers and wine at the Live Seafood Festival. The event will be hosted by Bacaro, a sophisticated restaurant in an idyllic island setting. Tickets are $125 for singles or $225 for doubles and can be purchased online.
Salsa Dancing at the Wharf – Tuesdays at 9:30pm
Get ready because on Tuesdays, WE SALSA! The Wharf not only offers delicious food and magnificent sunsets, it is also where you can take free Salsa lessons beginning at 9:30pm. Once the sun goes down, professionals and beginners mix and mingle on the dance floors as a live DJ plays energizing tunes that will carry you into the night. Throw on your dancing shoes and enjoy this popular Latin-night event that takes place every Tuesday at The Wharf.
The Annual Orchid Show – Saturday, 30 and Sunday, 31 March 9am – 4:30pm
Flower lovers will be mesmerized by locally grown orchids at the Annual Orchid Show taking place in the picturesque Queen Elizabeth Botanic Park II at the end of March. The show not only sells orchids, it promotes the conservation of Cayman’s national flower, the Banana Orchid, and attendees will also learn techniques on growing a variety of gorgeous orchids at home. The Botanic Park is located in the district of North Side on Frank Sound Road, a 1-hour journey from Plantana, and well worth the drive!
As you can see, March has a myriad of offerings. However, if lazing by the beach with a good book is more up your alley, Plantana has you covered.