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Grand Cayman East End Tour

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Natural Wonders
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Perfect for nature lovers!
Cruise Friendly
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Back to ship guaranteed!
Private Transportation
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From and to the cruise port
3 1/2 Hour Duration
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From pick-up to drop-off


The East End Grand Cayman tour begins with a short drive in an air-conditioned van to Pedro St. James, an old colonial plantation built in 1780, which has been preserved and transformed into one of the island's most important cultural sites. Here, you'll learn about the history of Grand Cayman with a fun, multimedia presentation, before taking a walk around the curiously square building and its impeccably manicured gardens, which are home to a gorgeous gazebo that's perfect for taking pictures in.

The tour continues with a stop at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanical Park, a lush tropical garden full of fountains, waterways, and bridges where you can explore and delight in the incredibly colorful and fragrant Caymanian flora. Here, you'll see lilypads, hanging vines, enormous flowers, stunning tropical birds, parrots, graceful butterflies, and the island's pride and joy, the blue iguana, an endangered species that doubles as the island's symbol.

On your way back to the cruise port, we'll stop by the Grand Cayman blowholes, beach-side geysers that spray up to the sky whenever a wave hits the shore just right. This is possible thanks to the underwater caverns located just by the shore, as when a big enough wave hits them, the air and water pressure will create a powerful spray, not unlike the one created by whales. Truly a wonderful sight!

What's Included

Round-trip transportation
Access to Attractions
Food & Drinks
Guide Gratuities

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this tour wheelchair-friendly?
No. While you can book a wheelchair-friendly van for this tour at an extra price, some of the destinations included in this tour aren't suitable for wheelchair use.
What does this tour include?
Your booking includes: English speaking guide; entrance to Pedro St. James, botanical park and the blowholes; transportation on A/C bus or van.
Is this tour good for children?
The East End Grand Cayman tour consists of three stops, one of which is in a small museum, which features a multimedia presentation that teaches about the island's history, which young children might find boring. The second and third stops, the Botanical Park and the Blowholes respectively, are more child-friendly, as children will enjoy discovering the Caymanian fauna and flora, and the geysers/blowholes are always a treat for children and adults alike.

Know Before You Book

Minimum Age: There is no minimum age to join this tour
Although a wheelchair-accessible van can be arranged for an additional fee, please note that certain destinations on this tour may not be wheelchair-friendly.
Your tour costs are refundable if canceled 24 hours before the tour departure. If booking using the Book Now, Pay Later option, the 5% deposit is non-refundable under all circumstances.

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