Kaibo, located on a palm fronded white sand beach, is the destination you have always envisaged visiting in the Caribbean.This is the real Cayman; a family operated business, away from the Seven Mile masses. Kaibo offers barefoot escapism and Caribbean dining, with a personal touch. There are two places to eat, Kaibo Beach Bar at sea level, and Kaibo Upstairs restaurant on the first floor.
The rustic Kaibo Beach bar surrounded by coconut palms invites you to relax on comfortable rustic benches under shady sails. Local fish, salads, and meats hot off the grill are available all day. Try the beach pizza served directly from the wood-fired brick oven on the beach.
Tuesday Caribbean Barefoot Beach BBQ has local live music, limbo dancing and rum punch specials with unlimited buffet. Created for the visitors of the Cayman Islands seeking an authentic Caymanian experience to enjoy a Caribbean night out. Consists of a sunset cruise (a water taxi runs from Camana Bay dock every Tuesday at 6pm) to a secluded beach destination, offering live band, local cooking, beach BBQ, and dancing.
Luna Del Mar is a culinary and musical outdoor experience, created to accentuate the natural beauty of the Cayman Islands. Guests dine and mingle under the full moon and stars, at the water’s edge. Luna Del Mar has become an internationally recognized monthly event, across the Caribbean, UK and USA. The popular monthly “Luna Del Mar” full moon dinner includes DJ chill-out music and a paper lantern display.
Cayman Kitefest Resurrects the annual Caymanian tradition of Kite flying at Easter to the Cayman Islands, and concurrently raising awareness and funds for a local charity. This is a fun family day out, and Kaibo provides a free boat crossing from Camana Bay, live local band and entertainment for the kids.
Kaibo‘Upstairs’ is the signature restaurant with a Michelin star chef and an impressive list of accolades. Laurence Tham from London fuses modern European techniques with Caribbean ingredients. Locally sourced seafood is a specialty. In addition to the main menu, is the popular tasting menu, with optional wine pairing. Dinner is served on the romantic balcony with an exceptional sea view. The indoor Rare Rum Bar and Lounge offers comfortable couches and artisan cocktails. “The Smoking Gun” oozes an enigmatic fog as your pour from your personal rum bottle. The Rare Rum Bar is unrivalled in the Cayman Islands for its unique selection.
The Rare Rum SupperClub, famed for its unusual sipping rums, 5 course menu, experimental cocktails and oh-so-hard-to-get invitations gets booked up quickly.
Kaibo marina offers 26 berths, some with water and electric hookup. Docking is free to diners, and overnight passes can be purchased in the gift shop. The quickest way to get there is by boat, although the drive by road is scenic.
Kaibo’s unique destination defines it as one of Grand Cayman’s ‘must see’ places, and the versatility of two restaurants onsite accommodates everyone from family day trippers, serious foodies and is host throughout the year to spectacular weddings.