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Duty Free Shopping

Cayman is famous for its tax free shopping including: jewelry, watches, luxury brands, gems, precious metals and more.

Fun Boutiques and Souvenir Shops

You can never have too many bathing suits or sandals. Kathy’s favorite shopping haunts are the Red Sail boutiques, Mermaids at the Westin and Treasures at the Marriott, plus the Funky Monkey in Governor’s Harbor and Hot Tropics on N. Church Street. For souvenirs try Too Hot in West Shore Centre, Hot Tropics, Pure Art and the charming and local, Powell’s Heritage Museum and Craft Shop on Boggy Sand Road.

Art Galleries

Find local painting, prints and photographs at many shops around the island. Some of our favorites are Pure Art Galley & Shoppe, The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands, Guy Harvey Gallery and the walls of the Ritz Carlton Bridge across West Bay Road.

Pure Art Gallery & Shoppe
Guy Harvey Gallery
The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands

Camana Bay

Camana Bay is a shopping destination that offers just about everything you need: men’s and women’s clothing, home goods, luxury jewelry and accessories, books, swimwear and souvenirs. But Camana Bay is much more than a shopping center, with many excellent restaurants, the island’s one cinema. This center is a very family friendly spot, with fountains and Imagination Playground for the little ones, occasional outdoor movie showings and a big tree and other Christmas attractions during the holiday season. Be sure to check the Camana Bay Event Calendar for things to do including our seasonal favorite “Moonlight and Movies”.

There’s plenty of parking and most stores are open late for evening shoppers. Camana Bay also offers a local Farmers and Artisan market on Wednesday.

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