Cayman Islands - "Top Side" Activities and Adventures

 

Below are just some of the activities and attractions that await you in the Cayman Islands. We will be happy to arrange any of these and more to complete your customized itinerary. Please contact us for more information.

 

For the past 19 years, the submarines of Atlantis Adventures have been taking visitors to explore the most incredible marine habitat on the planet. The Atlantis fleet has grown over the years and now comprises the 48 passenger Atlantis XI Submarine, two deep diving research submarines, the Deep Explorers, and two semi-submarines, the Seaworld Explorers. These unique vessels cover the full underwater experience from the teeming shallow reefs and shipwrecks of George Town Harbour, to the coral canyons at 100 feet, all the way down the Cayman Wall to 1000 feet. These adventures are available to virtually everyone, all in air-conditioned comfort; no pressure effects on ears and you don’t even get wet.

 

BRAC PARROT RESERVE:

BUTTERFLY FARM:

CATHY CHURCH UNDERWATER PHOTO CENTRE AND GALLERY:

CAVING:

CAYMAN ISLANDS HELICOPTERS:

CAYMAN ISLANDS NATIONAL MUSEUM:

CAYMAN ISLANDS TURTLE FARM:

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS GARDENS:

LITTLE CAYMAN MUSEUM:

MASTIC TRAIL:

The Mastic Trail is part of an old trail whose origins were lost in time, but we do know that at least 100 years ago William Steven Watler and his contemporaries completed a causeway of mahogany logs and beach rocks to assist passage across a deep mangrove wetland at the southern end of the trail. For a while the trail was a major thoroughfare, but later as the coastal roads and the modern Frank Sound Road were established and upgraded, the trail fell into disuse and became overgrown.

The Mastic Trail is two miles long and the guided walk takes approximately two and a half to three hours. Walkers get the chance to experience a fascinating exploration deep into Cayman's wild interior, in an area where the woodland has been evolving undisturbed for the last two million years. Special tours for small school groups and other local organizations are also available by prior arrangement.

SEAWORLD EXPLORER:

STINGRAY CITY:

Today, you can swim under, over, and along with the rays. Their favorite food is squid, which you can feed them by hand. At Stingray sandbar, which is only waist deep, you can use a mask and snorkel and watch the rays swarm around you, brushing their velvety bellies against your hands and feet. Don't worry: this is the rays' way of begging for food. The rays have no teeth, but use a powerful sucking motion to draw in their food. Some are big, nearly six-feet in diameter. Their only means of defense is a barbed, venomous tail. As long as you don't lift the rays out of the water and treat them with the respect they deserve, you'll have a wonderful experience.

RED-FOOTED BOOBY BIRD NATURE RESERVE:

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