As we made our drive around the island, our driver pointed out different landmarks and provided us with facts about each destination. We made brief stops at the Old Homestead, the Governor’s Mansion, and the Seven Mile Beach. We didn’t get to disembark the bus at any of these stops so if you want a better view, I suggest sitting on the left side of the vehicle. Sadly, I was on the far right side of the vehicle so I had to take pictures of these stops over the heads of the guests to my left.
|Cayman Island Turtle Farm|
The turtle farm has a bar and grill where you can enjoy drinks and food, as well as a gift shop where you can buy all kinds of souvenirs, just make sure you remember to bring cash and/or credit cards. My husband and I were so used to charging everything to our room key on the ship, we totally forgot to bring any cash with us on the excursion. Oops! Don’t make the same mistake we did.
|Hell rock formations|
The excursion lasts around 2 to 2.5 hours and is available to all ages. We thought the amount of time for the tour was slightly longer than needed. We didn’t feel like we needed so much time in Hell (Ha. Ha. Puns are great!), but maybe if we had money to buy souvenirs or snacks, we would have enjoyed it a little better. The turtle farm was great and to me, that in itself was worth the cost of the excursion. If you want to get a quick view of the island for a reasonable price with some stops at popular island destinations, I recommend checking out the Grand Cayman Island Tour.