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  • [Question] Grand Cayman, things to check out???

    Morning to All,

    My wife and I are taking the Nov. 28th Western Carribbean cruise and were wondering if anyone had ideas on what to see and check out?

    Thanks for your help!

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    Re: Grand Cayman, things to check out???

    We did the Tulum ruins in Cozumel and the stingray city tour at Grand Cayman. They both were well worth the time and $$. We did the stingray tour with Captain Marvin's and can highly recommend them. The Tulum tour we did with Disney and would do that again--there is a long bus ride involved. The only thing I wish we had was more time to shop!
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      When I went to Grand Cayman, which just sat on the Seven Mile beach- so beautiful!
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        Re: Grand Cayman, things to check out???

        Thanks for your responses, as it goes.We are doing the Tulum tour, have been signed up for weeks.

        Grand Cayman is a ?????........maybe just a beach day is the right way to go.........With a fruity drink of course!.........

        Tahnsk for you help.......AKK

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        • #5
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          Swimming with the dolphins and stingray city is AWESOME. Also, Margaritaville is pretty cool too.
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            Re: Grand Cayman, things to check out???

            Thanks and ho yes,the wife has told me we HAVE to visit Margaritaville!

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            • #7
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              Stingray City was soooo fun! We booked not with the cruiselines but with an outside company and it was much cheaper and much better.

              I heart the Cayman islands!

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                Re: Grand Cayman, things to check out???

                I second the excursion with Captain Marvin. It was MUCH less expensive than doing it through the cruiseline and you got a much better tour because of less people. We got to hold, feed and wade around with the stingrays for almost an hour. They also brought us to the Caymen Rum Factory and the Turtle farm.

                I'm not sure what else there is to do on the island but I'd go with Captain Marvins.

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                • #9
                  Re: Grand Cayman, things to check out???

                  We rented a car for the day which was an adventure as they drive on the left side of the road and the first thing we came to was a giant roundabout which made for an exciting introduction to driving on the wrong side of the road.

                  We drove out to Hell, went to the turtle farm (my wife was very afraid of the turtles but she did at least let me take her picture touching one), hung out on the beach, and then drove out to a very nice lighthouse themed restaurant right off the beach for an amazing lunch.

                  This was our favorite port of call on this cruise (Holland America Zuiderdam)
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                    Re: Grand Cayman, things to check out???

                    I just got off the carnival legend and we did Stingray city with Captain Marvin, the cost was only $39.00 PP, and there was only about 25 people on the boat.

                    this is a must do.
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