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Overall, I think exploring this island on your own is the way to go...unless you like someone to give you the background on everything. You can easily google the history of stuff as well. Unfortunately, the holes weren't blowing while I was there but it...More
Blow holes are found in a lot of places around the world and some are more unique than these but they'll do but I wouldn't spend a fortune seeing them. They are usually included in most East End tours.
While visiting Grand Cayman we stopped by the Blow Hole attraction. It was a very nice view of the ocean and it is interesting how the water comes up through the reef creating the "Blow Hole Effect" This is on a main road heading from...More
Stopped by here to see the blowholes. Just a short walk from the road. Be wary as there was a local there who tried to be our “tour guide”. He was very pushy and “attached” himself to another couple who had arrived shorty before us....More
Just a hole that when waves crashed into the side with blow through the hole in the reef. If your out that way, might as well stop by, its still pretty interesting, and if you time your selfie right it makes for a nice pic.
We stopped at the blow holes twice while on the island, as it was on the way to our hotel. Both times we spend less than 5 mins there... It was pretty to see but just a quick pit stop, not a day adventure.