Cayman Sightseeing Adventure

  • Port

    Georgetown, Cayman Islands

  • Activity Level

    Easy

  • Excursion Type

    Beach, Local Sightseeing, All

  • Wheelchair Accessible

    NO

  • Starting At

    USD49.95

  • Minimum Age

    Information not currently available.

  • Duration

    Approximately 2 Hours

  • Meals Included

    No

Come along for a fun-filled day as you discover colorful Grand Cayman.

Journey into downtown George Town and view several of the city's most famous landmarks -- Fort George, the Legislative Assembly building, Heroes Square, the Peace Memorial and many of the numerous banks for which Grand Cayman is famous.

At the Conch Shell House, take photos of this beautiful home built in 1935 made with 4,000 conch shells. The Rum Cake Center offers a taste of Grand Cayman's world-famous rum cake. This indulgence is, perhaps not coincidentally, followed by a trip straight to Hell.

On the way to the rock formations that bear this unfortunate name, you'll pass famous Seven-Mile Beach, the Hotel Zone, the Governor's Mansion and the Old Homestead.

While in Hell, you'll have the opportunity to send a postcard to family and friends from the Hell post office.

Enjoy a 20-minute stop at Seven-Mile Beach for photos and to dig your toes into the powdery white sand, or just enjoy the Caribbean water before returning to the ship.

Guests who wish to stay at Seven-Mile Beach independently are welcome to do so, but must make their own way back to the ship.

Notes:

Wear comfortable shoes. Wear your swimsuit under your clothing; bring a towel, reef-safe/biodegradable sunscreen and a hat. The beach has wooden walkways to the sandy area.

Watch a 15-minute video on the settlement and development of the Cayman Islands; then you'll have time to browse among the museum's two permanent exhibits at your own pace.

The Natural History Gallery gives visitors a realistic look at the diversity of environments and species that are found in the Cayman Islands. In this gallery, a variety of panels, dioramas, taxidermy, and interactive features bring the islands' natural history to life.

The Cultural History Gallery offers exhibits on the political and judicial systems, life in the islands, and the nation's seafaring history.

Notes:

Tour does not operate on Sundays.