Little Cayman’s annual Mardi Gras celebration begins on the last Saturday before Ash Wednesday. Among the festival’s highlights is a lively float parade which begins at Head O’Bay and ends at Edward Bodden Airfield. Participants come from as far as Cayman Brac and Grand Cayman to dance and celebrate. Local musicians perform during the masquerade ball and dinner follows the procession. All proceeds are donated to the Little Cayman National Trust.
Cayman Brac has a perfect climate with warm and humid weather with almost constant sea breezes. Temperatures hoover around 28 °C to 30 °C during the day and 24 °C at night. The months of June to September are slightly warmer. During these months, extending into November is the rainy season on the other hand, with a small chance of a hurricane passing by now and then. December to April is the dry and slightly cooler period which is a good but popular time to visit. May and November are good months to visit if you want to avoid crowds, high prices and very bad weather.
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