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I have been coming to Grand Cayman for 26 years & this was my first experience hiking the Mastic Trail. It was a great experience. Our guide Stuart Mailer was excellent. Without his knowledge, this hike would not have been as great. Trekking poles would...More
The trail involves 1/4 easy gravel path, 1/8 board walk over seasonal wet spots and the rest is moderate coral path. Nice to have a free self guided activity. Our group had mixed feelings particularly in regards to the coral Stone in the path that...More
This is a relatively easy hike with somewhat interesting foliage, but ultimately we didn't feel like it was anything special. We also didn't do the tour, so if you're interested maybe look into that option instead.
Through the central part of the island, this trail is well marked and maintained. Parking are wither trailhead is free. It is best to trek early before it gets to hot and humid out. Be absolutely sure to wear mosquito repellant otherwise you are asking...More
We arrived on the island and our first stop was at the national trust location to be sure to book our mastic trail hike, and what a lucky thing — only one more guided tour going out during our stay and they made accommodation for...More
We took the 3 hour guided walk with Stuart. He was awesome with his knowledge and showed us many interesting trees and birds. The area is SO interesting - like nothing else we had seen. Trail can get very hot and humid but Stuart was...More
The Mastic Trail runs north-south almost parallel to the cross island road and can be accessed from both sides. Account for about 1h drive from the 7 mile beach area to either trail head.
The trail itself is about 2 miles long and is basically...More