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Hell

1,801 Reviews

Hell

1,801 Reviews
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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.
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Superkatt wrote a review Sep 2020
Sweden6,620 contributions717 helpful votes
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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.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Hunter6793 wrote a review Aug 2020
Harris, Minnesota73 contributions47 helpful votes
My wife and I visited Grand Cayman (8day trip) in December 2018 with two other couples - decided to rent bikes (courtesy of Marriot Beach resort as guest) and took a tour of the the west side of Grand Cayman. We decided to Bike to Hell....literally. Its a place of a few small cafe's, some tourist attractions and residential houses. The outlaying shoreline of Hell has these cool looking "jagged" rock formations. It took us about 5-6hrs to visit from Georgetown to Hell and back. Great time. We did visit a small resturant - called Alfresco Restuarant, a very small place overlooking the ocean. The food service was slow.....but is Island time, no hurry. We enjoyed a some fruity drinks and beer. I recommend this place. As far as the Bicycles - they are simple and easy to use pedals and comfortable seats. Anyone can ride them. Just beware on some of the streets - they are narrow and cars/vans almost glance off you as they go by. The island people are extremely friendly. Go exploring - we met a great guy with a story about growing up on the island. cool stuff....can't wait to go back to Grand Cayman. Its not cheap though...
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Life’s great wrote a review May 2020
Wagga Wagga, Australia14 contributions3 helpful votes
We have all been to hell and back. But this hell is different. Just because of the amazing volcanic like stallicmites, it’s very interesting to see. Not pretty, or colourful, or anything like worth going back to see. The little shop/post office, was a welcomed spot to see this hellish place. The trip to this place is worth every minute in the Caribbean!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Wanderer735595 wrote a review Apr 2020
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OK just had to do it! It was a little disappointing - but fun to send postcards from hell to everyone back home!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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UOtterTravel wrote a review Apr 2020
Port Saint Lucie, Florida1,296 contributions394 helpful votes
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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".
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Date of experience: July 2019
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