Photo opportunities at Cayman Island's Turtle Farm
Once-in-a-lifetime chance to take a trip to “Hell” & back
Chance to tour the castle & gardens of Pedro St. James
Leisurely trails through Queen Elizabeth Botanical Park
Cruising down Seven Mile Beach & seeing the Governor's house
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided tour of Grand Cayman
Guided tour of Hell
Admission to Grand Cayman's Sea Turtle Farm
Admission to Rum Cake Center with rum-cake samples
Admission to The Queen Elizabeth Botanical Park
Roundtrip transportation to and from your Seven Mile Beach hotel
What you can expect
Discover all there is to see on Grand Cayman on this comprehensive tour of the island. Visit a sea turtle sanctuary, a castle, and a botanical garden. As you explore you see traditional examples of architecture and beautiful beach views along the Seven Mile Beach.
After hotel pickup, the tour begins with a drive by the Governor's Residence and along Seven Mile Beach where you can view lovely resorts and the stretch of the famous coral-sand beach in the West Bay area.
Your first stop is at the Cayman Island's Turtle Farm. See the hatchlings, as well as turtles up to 600 pounds (272 kg). Listen as your guide explains the conservation efforts made by the Turtle Farm, and get pictures with the turtles as you hold and pet them.
Stop in at the Rum Cake Center where you can sample many flavors of delicious rum cakes and fruit juices before boarding the coach to Hell. Arrive in Hell where you are greeted by ominous-looking limestone formations. If you're feeling humorous, go to the post office and mail a “Postcard from Hell” home to your friends or family.
The tour continues through George Town, the capital of the island, and drives along South Sound Road. See Pedro St. James Castle, the birthplace of democracy and the oldest stone building in the Cayman Islands. A multimedia presentation inside the castle theater tells you about the interesting history of the area.
Leave the castle behind and journey through the district of Bodden Town. Here, you can find ancient representations of what traditional Cayman-built houses look like. Then stop at one of the restaurants nearby for a delicious lunch of local cuisine.
Your final stop is at the Queen Elizabeth Botanical Park, where a lush landscape awaits, and follow the easy trail to see the endangered Blue Iguanas, some butterflies, parrots, and other native birds.