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George Town, Grand Cayman Cruise Port

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Very Good

You can take a taxi to any beach & snorkel with ease. Excursions were way over priced & you can save some cash.

mphooper17 reviewed 3 days ago

About George Town, Grand Cayman

This sunny British isle is known for its diving and fishing, but it’s as easy as the Caribbean gets: What it lacks in “off-the-beaten-path adventure,” it makes up for in safety and family-friendly attractions.


What people said about this port:

"Hell is nothing special the 7 mile beach was not what we expected." in 312 reviews.

"The turtle farm was fun for the kids, but the food and souvenirs came with outrageous price tags." in 266 reviews.

"IT WAS A GREAT EXPERIENCE AND WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND THEM AS A TOUR TO VISIT STINGRAY CITY." in 242 reviews.


4035 reviews and tips of George Town, Grand Cayman




Traveled As:
Couple

Experience:
2-3 cruises

Very Good

Take local bus to 7 mile beach $2.50 a person and all beaches in Grand Cayman are public so you don't need to pay for an expensive excursion to enjoy this unforgettable beach.

Visited: Oct 25, 2014

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stha
Purser

Traveled As:
Singles/Friends

Experience:
2-3 cruises

Very Good

Go to Hell and come back!!!! Great excursion that takes you to Hell and then to the turtle farm. Who can say they've been to Hell and even have the tshirt?!

Visited: May 23, 2015

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Traveled As:
Large Group

Experience:
7+ cruises

Very Good

While my family did the stingray/snorkel trip (which they LOVED), I did the turtle farm which I signed-up through CruisesOnly. Loved it.....very interesting. Great guide from Capt. Marvin's tours.

Visited: Jul 06, 2015

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JohnZ5
Deck Hand

Traveled As:
Singles/Friends

Experience:
7+ cruises

So, So

I've been here before but never taken an organized tour. If you just like to relax, take a taxi down to 7 mile beach and grab your own private spot. For those that like shopping, there are many tourist stores. However, I do recommend a Stingray/snorkeling tour. Even with beginner to moderate swimmers, lightweight preservers are mandatory so all are safe. You will see many friendly stingray and they seem to know there is no danger to them. They are free to come and go off this sandbar and always manage to grab some squid chum. To my knowlege, there has never been any bad incident. They welcomed people and didn't mind being touched. Those that didn't want to be touched just cruised on by you.


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