- Drive past the Governor’s Residence, and enjoy a brief stop for picture taking
- Tour the seven mile beach area and see the traditional architecture and the many native fruit trees in the district of West bay
- Make your way to the world famous Cayman Turtle Centre, or Dolphin Discovery
- Get a chance to hold and take pictures with some of the smaller turtles and see everything from new turtle hatchlings all the way up to some of the largest turtles weighing up to 600 pounds
- Learn about the conservation efforts of the farm and later, visit the rock formation of hell and finish the day with a stop at the Tortuga Rum Cake Outlet
- Admission fees to attractions
We will visit Camana Bay, Tortuga Rum Cake Factory, Governor’s Residence, Cayman Turtle Centre, Rock Formations of Hell, and Seven Mile Beach. Stops on this tour may operate in a different sequence other than described above.
No smoking or alcohol consumption permitted on the vehicle.
Full refunds for cancellations made at least 48 hours in advance.
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