This is a dumb, ugly tourist attraction on a beautiful island full of things to do. Don't waste you time going to hell. It's just limestone formations with a tiny store. Nothing else.
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Are group visited Grand Cayman by cruise ship. Instead of the guided tour decided to rent scooters and hit up sites on the island. Hell is one stop that is just past seven mile beach. Bring your passport and receive a endorsement stamp. Cost is...More
We wanted to visit Hell just to say we went to Hell. It was a little dive gift shop and a spot of black limestone. The limestone was interesting to see, but the gift shop is a pass..it's a neat thing to see and get...More
Hell was very interesting, but if not for another guide we may have never learned the reason to while the rock formation. We were only allowed a 20 minute visit, not enough time for a valid evaluation of destination. Hell was hot!
You should already know this place is going to be gimmicky. Seriously, all these super negative reviews are coming from people expecting what? A raging fire pit? A hole to the center for the earth? Meeting satan? It is straight out a tourist trap and...More
Visiting "Hell" was part of the Carnival Cruise "Explore Cayman By Land & Sea" it was a super quick site - if you blink you could miss it. We sadly missed the memo about bringing your passport to get stamped. (Maybe this is a good...More
We rented a car to tour the island, which turned out to be well worth the money, but our pit stop in Hell wasn't worth the detour. It's essentially an exposed black coral formation with a badly-stocked tourist shop. The mosquitoes tried to eat us...More
Get your address book/phone ready with all the fols you wish to send a postcard to that is post marked HELL. Good place to take pictures, buy some hell gifts and mail postcards. Enjoy RABBIT
Sorry, but going to Hell was not worth the drive. It took us some time to get to Hell and there is a post office (tourist shop) and an attraction to look at that took us maybe 15 minutes. I wouldn't recommend driving there just...More