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Tours in the Grand Cayman are known for the fulfilled experience with aesthetically pleasing views and spectacular sites. We will help you in making this tour unforgettable. The Grand Cayman family activities typically include a visit to the famous tourist sites around the islands.


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  • The Stingray City: Located in the North Sound area of the Grand Cayman, visiting this place is one of the fun things to do in the Cayman Islands. It is a sandbar where you can feed and touch the wild Atlantic stingrays. You will be able to witness these stingrays gracefully dancing in the turquoise water allowing themselves to be petted and being lured towards food.
  • Cayman Turtle Farm: This is the most massive land-based attraction hosting more than 200,000 visitors annually. This conservation facility is used for raising the endangered Green Sea Turtles. Your kids are going to love them! This is a perfect place to learn about the historical heritage of the island and have fun at the same time.

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  • Submarine Tour: Experience the thrill of seeing the underwater life of the Caribbean Sea. The apparently resting water hides many secrets and an entirely different world underneath so make sure that you see it on your tour to the Cayman Islands. Check out the coral reef, sponges and the wide variety of marine species on this tour. Don't forget.
  • The Cayman Crystal Caves: A fascinating nature attraction located on the North Side. These caves were formed over a million years, situated in a lush tropical forest you will see stalactite and stalagmite crystal structures and otherworldly formations. The breathtaking view attracts many tourists. It is a 45 minutes' walk through three different caves. Venture through the open-ceiling cave, the lake cave, and the roots cave. Learn about the flora and the historical heritage of this place as you go by.

The Caribbean Sea is home to rare and distinct marine species. This list is far from being complete; however, it is an attempt, to sum up, the best of the Cayman Islands for you. The Cayman Islands is not only what you find on the land but more of what you can see in the satiating and relaxing ocean.


“You won’t be able to do justice to what the Cayman Islands has to offer in one tour – don’t say you weren’t told.”