Excursions

Tourism Showcase
7 - 10 November 2016

We encourage you to sign up for either the Go East or Stingray City excursion and consider a visit to the beautiful Sister Islands.  All interested attendees must choose a preferred excursion on the registration form as spaces are limited.
Option 1: Go East!

Go East to visit some of our historic and natural attractions such as Pedro St. James, Cayman’s birthplace of democracy and the beautiful Crystal Caves, Caymans’ newest attraction. Lunch will be provided by Wyndham Reef Resort.

Pedro St. James

Discover the unique heritage and culture of Cayman via this lovingly restored window into the 18th century. Perhaps best known as the “Birthplace of Democracy in the Cayman Islands” this historic attraction features the great house and a 3-D multi-sensory presentation on the fascinating story of Pedro St. James and the Cayman Islands.

 

Cayman Crystal Caves

Cayman CrystalCaves

Situated in a lush tropical forest in Northside, Grand Cayman, Cayman Crystal Caves is the island’s newest nature tourist attraction. All visitors receive guided walking tours which are approximately 1 ½ hours and take you through the surrounding tropical forest area and 3 spectacular caves.

 

Option 2: Explore the Wonders of Stingray City

Stingray City Tour

Stingray Sandbar is Grand Cayman's most exciting wildlife attraction. Definitely one for the bucket list. Hop aboard a luxurious 65' catamaran with Red Sail Sports and experience Stingray City Sandbar for yourself! Lunch will be provided.

 

*Add a Sister Islands Experience to Your Itinerary

The Sister Islands present a whole host of different activities that everyone can enjoy. Little Cayman, the smallest of the three islands, has the feel of a private island with just a handful of intimate resorts. Many come to relax on secluded beaches or explore the dramatic underwater vistas of the famous Bloody Bay Wall. With its untouched natural beauty, Cayman Brac offers an adventuresome Caribbean vacation. Visitors can take in the breathtaking view on the 153-foot bluff, explore the enticing caves, discover the many wrecks and reefs underwater, or unwind beneath the shade of a palm tree on a quiet beach. 

*This is an additional activity.