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Barker's National Park

130 Reviews

Barker's National Park

130 Reviews
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$92.30 per adult
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$326.93 per adult
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West Bay Road Barkers National Park, West Bay Grand Cayman
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Starfish, Stingray and Coral Garden (3-Stop Adventure)
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Starfish, Stingray and Coral Garden (3-Stop Adventure)

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It may be tempting to spend your Grand Cayman vacation poolside, but with azure sea all around, no trip is complete without experiencing the island's marine life. On this outdoor excursion perfect for nature enthusiasts, enjoy a three-stop tour by boat, where you're whisked off shore to experience the aquatic world. Highlights include swimming, snorkeling, and viewing marine life in the shallow waters—all with a captain to lead the way.
$56.00 per adult
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KeepRocks wrote a review Mar 2020
Silver Spring, Maryland233 contributions39 helpful votes
The beachscape in the Cayman Islands is lush and beautiful. There are seagrapes growing along the shore, the beach is white and soft and the water is crystal clear. Very picturesque!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Steamer69 wrote a review Feb 2020
Port Moody, Canada18 contributions3 helpful votes
This is a hidden gem of the Cayman Islands. By far the least visited place we went to on our trip. Off the beaten track as the roads were dirt and a little bumpy. The beach and water though was amazing. If we had more time we would have gone out there again as it was well worth the trip.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Gabriel B wrote a review Feb 2020
Boston, Massachusetts94 contributions22 helpful votes
just us and the a couple of chickens. By far the quietest and most secluded loveliest beach of the trip. Great shade possible at nearly every private/separate turn-in. Good beach for sitting and floating, not good for snorkeling or playing because of all the small coral that should not be trampled on and rather shallow waters. Calm clear waters. No jellyfish. We did snorkel and saw two huge fish and a dozen or so small fish and varied mini-coral. In almost a full day we say 2 horse tours, one Jeep tour and 2 other couples walk by. Great breezes. No services of facilities. Down a l-o-n-g dirt road from the nearest house. Maybe saw 6 boats go past toward stingray point which is off to the right. Schrewd move is to sit near the kite-surfer port-a-potty and somehow figure out the high security lock combo for a clean bathroom. No showers.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Mare524 wrote a review Nov 2019
Windsor, Canada229 contributions210 helpful votes
We visited Barkers in February 2019, and the road in was horrible. It was so full of ruts and pot holes that our kids got car sick and we had to pull over to throw up. This time, we packed some buckets for the ride, just in case but we’re pleasantly surprised that they had fixed the roads. This makes the drive in quite pleasant and much more timely. Both times, we enjoyed sitting at the picnic tables watching the kite surfers practice. This time we even got to see the horse tours take their horses out in the ocean. This is a really nice spot to sit and relax and enjoy the breeze and the view, and highly recommended now that the road has been fixed!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Steven Mlodinow wrote a review Oct 2019
Longmont, Colorado44 contributions5 helpful votes
I loved Barker's. The western part of the island is pretty crowded, but Barker's is an area of beach, Caribbean coppice and mangroves that can get you to real nature or simply a bit of seclusion. There is also kite-sailing (I probably don't have that quite right) available, for those wanting more action. If you are seeking nature, this is a great place to find local birds and lizards. And, it is soothingly quiet
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Date of experience: April 2019
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