Why You Need to Attend Cayman Kitefest at Kaibo
Celebrate Cayman Kitefest on Easter Monday April 18th 1pm -4pm
For one day out of the year, the entire sky above Kaibo Beach is filled with color. Brilliant shades of the rainbow fly through the sky during the Kaibo Kitefest. If you’re lucky enough to be in Grand Cayman during Easter, make sure you make it over to Cayman Kai for Cayman Kitefest at Kaibo.
Cayman Kitefest at Kaibo is a Caymanian Celebration!
Cayman Kitefest at Kaibo is one of the many ways the islands celebrate their unique culture. This custom goes back many years as a way to welcome summer into the Caribbean. During the spring, wind is more suitable for kite-flying. As homage to this tradition, locals and visitors gather on Kaibo Beach to fly their kites for both fun and a chance to win prizes.
All proceeds from competition entry and kite sales will be used to support local charity One Dog at a Time, (ODAAT) Rescuing and Rehoming Cayman’s Dogs and Pups, 365 days of the year.
It’s easy to get to Kaibo at Rum Point
It’s a scenic drive to the Cayman Kitefest at Kaibo, in Rum Point area. There is no admission to go to this festival, but there is a $10 donation to ODAAT if you would like to participate in the contest!
Kaibo Kitefest Prizes
If you would like to win a prize at the Kaibo Kitefest, all you have to do is pay $10 to enter the draw. The winners will be announced at 3.30pm.
The grand prizes for the Cayman KiteFest are yet to be announced. Be the first to hear- we certainly can’t wait!
Other Activities at the Cayman Kitefest at Kaibo Beach
Not only is there kite flying at Cayman Kitefest, there are tons of other activities to fill your day. Sit by the sea and sip on a cocktail. The “Kite Runner” is the preferred drink of this festival.
Cayman Kitefest is a wonderful way to unplug and reconnect with family and friends. After you return home happy and weary, post some of your memories online, and please be sure to tag us @kaibobeach and use the hashtag #caymankitefest
An age-old island custom, the Caribbean tradition of kite flying on the island’s breezy shores costs little and is environmentally friendly. Here’s what you need to know:
Times and Details
- Sign up to enter the Kite Competition on the day!
$10 donation to ODAAT charity gains entry to the competition.
Bring your own kite, make one at home or buy one at the event.
Kite sale proceeds go to ODDAT and include the $10 entry fee.
Local musician Denys Carbo will perform on the saxophone 1 to 3pm
Competition Judging 2-3pm
Live music 1pm to 3pm
Prize giving 3.30pm.
Kitefest ends 4pm.