Another good reason to visit the Cayman Islands! This cultural tour will let you see the Island from a different point of view, knowledge and fun is guaranteed from start to finish.
What to Expect
The tour begins in George Town, the main capital and center of business and commerce on the Island, where many historic and famous buildings are located. Some of those are King's George clock tower, the Legislative Assembly Building, The Court House and the Library all dating back to the 19th century. On the other hand, there's the Guy Harvey gallery, Hard Rock Cafe, the Bay Shore Mall and the Craft Market.
Your journey continues to the East side of Cayman. You will see many beautiful houses in South Sound and the lush vegetation of Savannah. first stop is at Pedro St. James Castle, the birthplace of our first constitution. You will spend approximately 1 hour at the Castle where you will see Cayman on its early days. This is a living heritage museum which features a 30 minute multi-sensory show that brings you into the history of the Islands. The landscaped grounds include a restored great house and breathtaking seaside views. On this exciting tour, a guide is provided. Then a drive through West Bay Road, home to many world famous hotels, luxury condos, shopping centers and our governor’s mansion. The tour continues onwards to the world famous Seven Mile Beach and Royal Palms, the last top. You will have an hour to get a snack, rent some water sports toys or just relax on the white sandy beach overlooking the sparkling Caribbean Sea.
Before returning to the pick up location is the town of Camana Bay. A drive-by for a glimpse of this moderate town, home to luxurious apartments, shopping stores, fine restaurants, wine testing companies and an International School.
- Hotel/port pickup and drop-off (George town and West bay road area only)
- Entrance fees
- Professional guide
- Bottled water
What's Not Included
- Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
- Food and snacks (available to purchase)
- Gratuities (recommended)
Know Before You Go
• Cruise ship passengers must provide the following information at time of booking: ship name, docking time, disembarkation time and re-boarding time
• Minimum numbers apply.
• A small amount of walking is involved.