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Hell, Grand Cayman: Address, Hell Reviews: 3.5/5

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UOtterTravel
Port Saint Lucie, FL1,285 contributions
Worth stopping if you have a car and make a quick visit. There's a gift shop where you can purchase assorted Hell and Grand Cayman items. The main thing to see is a lava field with unusual formations. There's a cut out of the devil and you can take photos. The first time we visited we took the bus and I'm sure the driver had been asked a million times if "he was going the Hell".
Written April 3, 2020
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Artur A
Torres, RS4,134 contributions
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Isn’t that fun a kind of hell you can get it and out whenever you want? So that’s the place you get.
As I was told, the first British who came around said when they look to those rugged rocks: this place looks like hell or this place must be how hell looks like...
There’s also a post office to send postcards from hell and two shops selling tees making fun of the fact...go there and buy stuff as hell...
Written January 29, 2020
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nkdp
Arlington, VA1,553 contributions
This is worth the 10 minute stop, just to send some postcards and have them postmarked from Hell. It's on the route back from the beaches or turtle center to Georgetown.

The black limestone "hellish" rocks in the back do look other worldly. There was a gentleman out there to explain how it formed. An empty club behind the post office was opened by Bob Marley!

Bring your passport to get a "Hell" stamp in it. I had to settle for buying some amusing postcards that they stamped and marked from Hell.
Written February 2, 2020
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Cindy H
Oshkosh, WI37 contributions
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This was our first trip to the Cayman Islands and everyone who had ever visited the Island said, “You have to Go to HELL!” So with these comments, we headed for Hell on a bus from our condo on Seven mile Beach. The public bus was easy and inexpensive. They dropped us off at a run down building which was a gift shop. There was a small area toward the back of the parking lot with some black rocks and a weird wood statue of the devil. That was it! We walked further down the street and saw a very large building with a beer sign and my husband thought, hey let’s stop for a beer! Well, once we got to the building, there was no operating bar, but we were met by a Father and Son who owned the building and surrounding area. The Son was extremely knowledgeable about where the rocks came from and how Hell got its name. This area in comparison was much bigger and very interesting to look at verses the first stop where the bus left us off. We took a few pictures and were on our way. This tourist spot (if you could call it that) is in a residential area. We walked about a mile to the Cracked Conch restaurant as we were not able to find a bus going back in that direction. Not a bad walk and we felt safe. Overall, if you want to say you have been to HELL and back, you may want to check it out, but not a “must stop” in my option.
Written January 9, 2020
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Bill C
Vancouver, Canada3,918 contributions
We were on the Full Island Tour with Webster’s Tours and our tour group made a 30-minute stop at the Devil’s Hangout Gift Shop operated by Ivan Farrington who usually wears a Devil’s costume. You can buy postcards and stamps at the Devil’s Hangout Gift Shop and there is mailbox at the store to drop them in. The postcards will get the postmark of Hell on it. Hell’s post office is also nearby.

The gift shop is right next to the black limestone formation of Hell. There were two wooden viewing platforms around the limestone formation. One of the platforms had a wooden sculpture of the Devil. There is no admission charge to the attraction.
Written January 15, 2020
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@DNJ
Upper Marlboro, MD26 contributions
This was a fun getaway. There was a $250 tour that included this stop. We were able to take the local bus for $2.50 US. My daughter and I were way amused. Highlight... getting a passport stamp from "Hell". Symbolism: Related it to my life this past year... to Hell and Back! I survived. The staff was helpful, welcoming and entertaining. Not much to see, but a fun experience. Take the bus.
Written January 1, 2020
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Allen B
Muskegon, MI958 contributions
It's all what you make of it!

We loved it. Good pictures of very odd rock formations. We loved the gift shop all painted in blood red. It was really cool. When we walked in the first thing we saw was an elderly gentleman, maybe in his late 80s in a devil's outfit who said, welcome to hell. We started looking around and the little devil said what the hell are you looking to buy. Then a voice from the back said what the hell can I do for you. It went on for awhile. We couldn't help ourselves, we had to get pictures with the devil and send postcards to family back home as well as buy a shirt.
Written May 26, 2022
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Gabriel B
Boston, MA101 contributions
5 minute stop. Devil and Angel cut-outs are alone are worth the stop. Shop is an experience, tons of T-shirts and tourist stuff inside and very passionate owner. Old lava-field in a swampy area behind post office & Store.
Written February 11, 2020
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Superkatt
Sweden6,682 contributions
A “must go to” place in the Cayman Islands, Hell is a small place with a local post office and souvenir shops, famous for its geological formations which protrude from the ground and resemble hell´s landscape, as well as for its name – you can send “Greetings from Hell” from this tiny post-office. Try to plan an hour here and do not forget to bring addresses to those you wish to send postcards to! Stamps can be bought on site. Parking is free.
Written September 5, 2020
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Excursion220435
Prince Albert, Canada21 contributions
There are 3 different businesses to stop at. All very similar. We picked the first one we came to and were not disappointed. It was very clear the couple who ran it loved their job. She was very fun and loved taking pictures for you.
Written January 9, 2020
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