Cayman In a Nutshell
Packed into this nonstop fun tour of Grand Cayman is a chance to snorkel with stingrays and a visit to a turtle farm. With your tour guide, ride to "Hell" and back and take advantage of photo opportunities at an old Cayman homestead and at the 7 Mile Beach. Enjoy a Cayman-style lunch on this guided tour of the island's highlights.
Begin your Grand Cayman excursion with a boat ride to "Stingray City," where you will be able to get out of the boat, stand in shallow water on a sandbar, and interact with the stingrays. Be sure to bring a camera to capture the majestic beauty all around.
At the turtle farm, you will be guided through the holding areas for turtles of different ages as you learn all about the region's natural history. Take pictures at the Old Homestead, which is a true Cayman-style house, complete with a white sand yard. Learn why the West Bay area of the island is called "Hell" on your trip there and back.
Seven Mile Beach is the most beautiful stretch of white sand beach and the perfect place to take photos. Rest in the sand and enjoy a Cayman-style lunch, which includes fish or chicken, rice, potato salad, mixed vegetables, and a soft drink. Your meal will be served on a quiet section of the 7 Mile Beach, one of the most picturesque locations in all of the Caribbean. Lunch may be served "on the go" on certain days in which time is limited.
Following lunch, this Grand Cayman tour returns to the capital city, George Town, where you will be able to shop, visit a rum cake store, or wander through the historic streets. Be sure to check out Heroes Square, where you will see the Legislative Assembly, original Town Hall, Town Clock, Courts Building, and Library.
This tour is packed with everything you need to make enjoyable memories of your visit to Grand Cayman. Reserve your spot and rest assured that you're seeing the very best that Grand Cayman has to offer.
Please Note: Children ages 0-3 are free, however, lunch will need to be purchased for infants traveling free.
I enjoyed the tour, but unfortunately the Stingray portion of the trip was canceled because of the weather. I asked the tour operators if this happens very often and they said it does in the winter. So, I think it would be good on the promotion of this excursion if you would provide cautions about it during the winter so that if that part is likely to be canceled, then another tour might be selected. The experience of going to the turtle farm was good, though, and the lunch was very good.
Reviewer: Don Fuller
Due to wrong information on the ship. We were told that ship time and shore time were the same. Not right. The announcement that we could go ashore was late. When we arrived at the operators office, our tour had already left, the man in the office miscalculated the hour and said we would not have time for the tour, but suggested another tour, which we agreed to. Snorkel and Sting Ray City. Great!!!!. After this tour we were met by a driver and he gave us the rest of the tour as a private. Excellent guide/driver. All in All with the misunderstanding at the start the operator did a fantastic job. We have already booked a tour with him (through you) for our next visit to Grand Cayman early in 2018.
Reviewer: Steve and Karen W
We enjoyed all aspects of our tour. Our tour guide Tim was very knowledgeable and great fun. The local lunch provided was a terrific bonus and very tasty. The turtle farm was interesting and the Stingray City was exciting. We definitely recommend this excursion to anyone.
Reviewer: John Chase
Really enjoyed this tour, especially the water activities. Grand Caymans our favorite place on this trip
Reviewer: Terrence W. Hall
Stingray City was very interesting as was scuba opportunity. Quick island tour and opportunity for local meal also appreciated. Guides, staff and drivers all deserve applause for job well done.