- Hero Square,
- Nation Musuem
- Step Wel ( optional)
- Ole Homestead
- Turtle Farm
- Lunch -Taste local Dish
- Picture of the Governor’s House
- Quick Drive through Modern Homes in Governors Harbour
- Stroll through Caymana Bay
Final Leg –
- Stop of and spend the rest of the Day at Public Beach SMB
- Or Head back into George Town where you can Sovenir shop, then back to your ship
- Around the Courts building is the Celebration Park and Quincentennial Square which features various sculptures; one of them honouring women, there is a Mariner’s Memorial to reflect Cayman’s long seafaring heritage, and a statue of Jim Bodden, one of Cayman’s national heroes. There is also a wall of history which sets out some of the chronological milestones in the development of the Cayman Islands and there is a Wall of Honour, which lists the names of 500 Caymanians who have, at various different times, contributed to the betterment of the Cayman Islands.
- We meet you in Town by your Pier we head off to the National Museum.
- The Cayman Islands National Museum is housed in the oldest surviving public building across the three islands.
- Built in the 1830s, it holds two permanent exhibition galleries, three changing galleries (one for children), an audiovisual theatre, gift shop and café.
- With a mission to celebrate the unique natural and cultural history of the Islands, the Museum provides creative and educational exhibits and fun programming.
Old Homestead - Pink House
Cayman Turtle Farm
Next, visit a turtle farm, the only one in the world raising green sea turtles. Pick up a turtle for a one-of-a-kind photo as your experienced guides inform you about the sea turtles, from the tiny hatchlings to the big breeders that swim in the lagoons.The Cayman Turtle Farm on Grand Cayman celebrates Caymanians’ stewardship of the seas and relationship with nature through tactile, colourful, educational and memorable experiences.
Gift Shop – if you want to take back a sovenir
Slideshow Presentation ;At the end .Watch a slide show presentation that is educational that focuses on the conservation of sea turtles.
( OPTIONAL .If you opted for the Lunch included. We can have Lunch here or at another Restaurant ) Visitors can now enjoy a refreshing, cool dip in the ever inviting Breaker’s fresh water tidal lagoon and dine on a scrumptious meal at Breaker’s Snack Shack. Items on the menu include jerk chicken and pork, hamburgers, sandwiches, and desserts amongst other delights. Everyone will enjoy the experience of the finest Caymanian cuisine at a variety of locations throughout the park
The only one of its kind in the world, the Grand Cayman Turtle Farm is home to over 11,000 Green Sea Turtles, ranging in size from six ounces to six hundred pounds each. Visitors can tour an actual working farm, which is both educational and entertaining, and turtles are available for guests to hold for an amazing and unique photo opportunity.
Open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
North West Point Road, West Bay
Hell (Be Good Go To Heave Instead)
“Hell” is derived from the fact that if a pebble is thrown out into the formation, it echoes amongst the limestone peaks and valleys and sounds as if the pebble is falling all the way down to “Hell.”
Regardless of how it first came to be called Hell, the name stuck and the area has become a tourist attraction, featuring a fire-engine red hell-themed post office from which you can send “postcards from hell”, and a gift shop with ‘Satan’ Ivan Farrington passing out souvenirs while greeting people with phrases like ‘How the hell are you?’ and ‘Where the hell are you from?’
Ironically, some of the stores in the area feature prominent quotations from the Bible on their sides. This is due to the pious and religious nature of Caymanian society.
The lively town of Camana Bay spans 500 acres from Grand Cayman’s famous Seven Mile Beach to the tranquil North Sound. Based on the principles of New Urbanism, the Town is designed to be pedestrian-friendly with beautifully landscaped walkways and bike paths throughout. Lush gardens,courtyards and parks act as the perfect complement to the town’s sleek,Caribbean-inspired architecture.
Every vacationer’s convenience is available at Camana Bay… Coffee shop . Book store. Relax and face the North sound .
Ride your Bicycle if you are on island for a few days . If you are on the Cruise ship stroll through a ” — Work, Live and Play ” Property built by Michigan Born Billionaire – Kenneth Dart
SEVEN MILE BEACH
The Caymans’ most developed stretch of sand is lined with luxury resorts and up-market condominiums, white coral sand and palm trees. There are artificial reefs offshore for snorkeling.
SMB — is a Public beach, so don’t feel shy about strolling past those resorts. Some of the resort restaurants Named one of the “Ultimate Beaches” by Caribbean Travel + Life, Seven Mile Beach is only one of the many reasons why Cayman is considered the ultimate Caribbean destination and the epitome of an island getaway vacation. SMB is located on the western shore of Grand Cayman, the Seven Mile Beach is the most well-known beach on the islands. Attracting visitors from all over the world, the Seven Mile Beach is features clear waters and coral sands. The 7 Mile beach serves as the home to many of the Caribbean’s luxury resorts on the Cayman Islands.
Pick you up
Meet me at ” Diary Queen” -2 min from the Terminal
Your Private Tour-guide and Airconditioned Bus
Accomodating your party only
Prices Covers 4 adults ( can accomodate a child under 12 yrs)
$79.00 per person without lunch( Minimum of 4 people. or Private Tour of $316.00)
Or add $20.00 if you want lunch.
(Both Includes Complimentary a taste of ” Traditional Cayman Drink– ” Swanky”and a slide of one of our Traditional ” Heavy Cakes” )
Add $10.00 per person for National Musuem