Grand Cayman Far Side Tour
Leave the crowds and financial centers behind as you head to the quieter, lesser-traveled areas of Grand Cayman. Relax on the beach at Rum Point on a hammock or lounge chair, looking over the peaceful North Sound.
Your Grand Cayman tour begins with a bus ride along the coast through South Sound, an upscale neighborhood dotted with a mixture of mansions and small, traditional-style cottages. Wind past Spotts Landing and through Lower Valley as you continue along the coastline. Buildings give way to lush landscapes as you and your guests arrive at Bodden Town, the island's first settlement. Established in the 1800s, this village was initially the capital of the Cayman Islands and a major hub of maritime activity until repeated hurricanes nearly filled in the harbor.
From there you will head to Rum Point with its sugar sand beaches on the north side. At Rum Point you will have 2 hours to explore the area your way: swim or snorkel in the crystal blue waters, relax in a hammock with Cayman's legendary Mudslide drink or enjoy a relaxing waterfront lunch.
Your Grand Cayman excursion concludes back in George Town, either by bus or ferry, where you can shop for beautiful jewelry, sample various flavours of rum cake and receive a mini history lesson at the statue-lined Hero's Square. Unwind and explore the softer side of Grand Cayman by booking your spot today.
Reviewer: Valentina Gaca
This is a good tour for a first time visitor like myself, got to see pretty much the whole island. Will definitely visit some beaches next time around!
Awesome tour!!! Our driver knew a lot about the Island and made it a very memorable experience. Bernie was great!
Reviewer: Romero Madison
This was my second port stop in Grand Cayman, I previously did a tour that included a visit to "Hell" and the Turtle Farm, so I wanted to see more of the island. The driver Bernie was great and knowledgeable. He did his best as one other passenger complained about the tour portion of the excursion constantly. Perhaps she didn't read that it was not just a beach stop when she booked it. I enjoyed the scenery, perhaps it would have been enhanced if there were stops we could get off and explore and take photos. For a non stop bus tour, it was ok. Rum Point was a cool beach stop. I wanted to do a less crowded beach than 7 mile. I wish there were more food options. The food was a bit disappointing. It didn't taste as authentic as I would have liked. Based on other islands Jerk Chicken, this tasted more like something I could have made at home. The drinks were better in my opinion than the food. We got to go to a sister beach resort front briefly before the boat ride back.
Even though we were a small group the tour guide Bernie made us feel extra special . He was very knowledgeable. And pleasant And made sure we got what we paid for and then some
Reviewer: NAMIR A BERTUOL
the beach was full of seaweed and we can not take advantage It was good because we got back by car and we know a lot about the island but the island certainly worth a visit