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West End Tour Grand Cayman

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2 1/2 Duration
From pick-up to drop-off
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Perfect for Children
A hit with kids!
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Cruise Friendly
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Animal Encounters
Swim with turtles!
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Description

The West End Tour Grand Cayman will take you around the island's famed West End, where you'll see the Governor's Residence, tour around the Seven Mile Beach, visit the Cayman Turtle Centre, see a geological wonder, and stop to buy delicious rum cakes and souvenirs at the Tortuga Rum Cake Outlet.

This two-and-a-half-hour tour starts with a drive to the Governor's Residence, where you'll have plenty of time to take photos as your English-speaking guide tells you all there is to know about this popular building. Then, you'll go to the famous Seven Mile Beach, where the traditional architecture and native fruit trees will provide you with plenty of photo opportunities.

The main attraction of this tour is your stop at the Cayman Turtle Centre, where you'll be able to touch and interact with green sea turtles. Here, you'll see everything from hatchlings to 500 lbs adults, as well as other endangered species, like the Kemp's Ridley turtle. This is a fantastic experience for both children and adults, as you'll get to touch beautiful turtles as you learn more about them and the center's conservation efforts.

The tour continues with a visit to Hell, a football-field-sized rock formation made out of black, jagged limestones that rise to the sky. Then, you'll stop at the Tortuga Rum Cake Outlet, where you can buy delicious rum cakes and other products, which you can enjoy back on your cruise or take home as souvenirs.


What's Included

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Access to Crystal Caves
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Guide
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Hotel or Cruise Port Pickup
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AC Vehicle
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Optional Gratuities Lunch

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