"Georgetown, Grand Cayman Offers Abundant Choices" Top 5 Page for this destination Caribbean and Central America Things to Do Tip by deecat

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  A young Stingray at Stingray City
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Grand Cayman has long been a "haven" for snorklers and scuba divers. You can see corals and stingrays. Visitors also love the grand Seven Mile Beach.

The Offshore Excursions Include Choices:

1. Turtle Farm & Colony Beach Club
2. Kayak Adventure
3. Bicycle Cayman
4. Tour of Land and Sea
5. Cockatoo Catamaran
6. Snorkeling and Stingray City Combination
7. Nautilus Undersea Tour and Reef Snorkel
8. Seamobile Submarine Tour
9. Island Tour & Turtle Farm
10.Snorkeling Adventure
11.Stingray City Snorkeling
12 Atlantis Submarine
13 Seaworld Explorer Glassbottom Boat
14.Island Sightseeing & Stingray City
15.Cayman Mermain Glass Bottom Boat
16.Research Submersible Deep Dive
17.The Golf Links of Safehaven
18.Seven Mile Beach Getaway
19.Certified Scuba Two Tank Boat Dive
20.Personalized Stinray City Snorkeling Tour

We Chose Island Sightseeing & Stingray City.

Duration: 3 hours
Cost: $55.00

We boarded a small boat to take us from our ship to the Morgan's Harbor. Then a van took us to the other side of the island. Then a small craft took us to Stingray City where we boarded an observation boat. It was a great excursion. National Geographic said" it's one of the most rewarding experiences in the undersea world." The stingrays are magnificent and oh, so gentle. This sandbar is inhabited by these graceful creatures. We had a tour of the gorgeous homes built around the island, many belong to celebrities. Next, we went to HELL. (Read more about it in the HELL entry) Next, we went to the Cayman Turtle Farm, the only commercial sea turtle nursery in the world, which was quite interesting. It's a great place that is breeding turtles that are almost extinct.

Finally, we went to the Rum Cake factory where we took a small tour and had delicious samples. The van then took us to the pier where another boat took us to the Horizon Ship. It was a full day of activity.

Directions: It's located just off Grand Cayman's north shore. Stingray City is a sandbar inhabited by Stingrays.
Phone: (800) 256-6649

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  • Updated May 1, 2005
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