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Every year in winter, Grand Cayman is overrun with Cayman pirates – but fear not as these buccaneers are part of the Cayman Islands's National Festival, Pirate Week!
Pirates of all ages say 'ahoy' to native pirate friends and to visitors to the exotic western Caribbean destination. The 11-day festival takes place every November and features music, street dances, games, competitions, a whole host of local foods and drinks, a children’s day and much more!
The festival opens with an explosive display of fireworks and is swiftly followed by a local song contest, just the thing to raise the spirits across the destination. Street dances go on until the small hours every night as everyone rejoices in the majesty of this traditional Caribbean event.
Prepare to be invaded at George Town harbour as the pirates thrill the thousands of spectators with their swashbuckling antics – every year provides a new surprise at the festival, which has been running since 1978.
The weather is still glorious in the Cayman Islands at this time of year with average temperatures reaching 28 degrees so, although it’s winter, it certainly won’t feel like it in this paradise destination. Sunseekers can still lap up the sun on Seven Mile Beach, which, as its name suggests, is a long crescent of coral sand that is regarded as the best in the Caribbean, and you can be sure that picking up that reputation isn’t easy in this stunning part of the world!