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Cemetery Beach and Reef

807 Reviews

Cemetery Beach and Reef

807 Reviews
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Pedalz Bike And Snorkel Tour
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Stingray City and Snorkel Tour With Lunch
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Stingray City and Snorkel Tour With Lunch

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Board a cabin cruiser on Grand Cayman for a half-day tour to Stingray City and great snorkeling spots with a stop for lunch at a yacht club. Watch stingrays swim past you in the shallow waters of Stingray City, then go snorkeling at Coral Gardens and the Barrier Reef. Cruise over to the Kaibo Yacht Club for a fresh seafood lunch before returning to the dock.
$86.54 per adult
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Una44 Zeb wrote a review Jul 2020
Syracuse, New York41 contributions31 helpful votes
When we finally found this place it was a nice swim out to a small reef for snorkeling. Make sure you are a confident swimmer since the water is deep (~ 30 feet) and it takes a few minutes to reach the reef. Nice snorkeling overall.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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LuckyLady82 wrote a review Feb 2020
Keller, Texas9 contributions6 helpful votes
You need to swim out 100 yds or so to see more extensive coral but it is worth the swim. We experiencd no current and saw plenty of fish. Great snorkel spot!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Mike M wrote a review Feb 2020
Illinois39 contributions5 helpful votes
Nice beach and good snorkeling. Plenty of shade and parking. There are some good coral areas a lot of fish a couple hundred yards off shore.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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TravelingSoccerLoon wrote a review Feb 2020
Saint Paul, Minnesota673 contributions280 helpful votes
Great place to enjoy some relaxing time on the beach and get in some good snorkeling at a reef that is easily accessible from the beach. We were visiting Grand Caymen on a cruise ship and while most passengers gravitated to Calico Jacks or Royal Palms, we headed further away along Seven Mile Beach and had a very different and enjoyable experience away from the crowds. As pointed out by others, there are no facilities at the beach. However there are a number of trees available and plenty of shade if that is preferred. There was a couple picnic tables available as well. We put our beach towels down and enjoyed a beautiful relaxing day at a not too crowded beach. Bring your own drinks and food and snorkel gear. I snorkeled for about an hour with plenty of fish to see all around the reef which is located about 100 yards from the beach. Beach access is along a foot path just to the north of the cemetery. Getting back to our ship was easy on the public bus with a bus stop right across the main road from the cemetery. $2.50 per person for the 15-20 min ride back to Georgetown. This was much quicker than the "taxi" we were loaded into at the port which made several stops to drop off the other 20 passengers before arriving at Cemetery Beach.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Dinah D wrote a review Feb 2020
waterloo16 contributions2 helpful votes
This was our favourite beach. It was not busy and very relaxing. The snorkeling was fantastic here. You need to swim out at least 100 feet to get to the reef, but it is big and beautiful.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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