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Colliers Beach

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Colliers Beach

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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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Elizabeth G wrote a review Mar 2020
3 contributions1 helpful vote
My love and I bought some pizza and ate it here a few times just to enjoy the breeze and the water. This is not a busy place normally. We went at night one time but mosquitoes got so bad, so we had to leave. Go during the day.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Mash18 wrote a review Mar 2020
New York City, New York60 contributions23 helpful votes
Secluded small beach with pier right off the main road. When we went there was a couple taking pictures and about 15 wild chickens. That’s it. If you want complete seclusion you can go here, but the water was murky and overall there were much better beaches on the island. Would not recommend (unless you want total seclusion or to bird watch).
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Gabriel B wrote a review Feb 2020
Boston, Massachusetts94 contributions22 helpful votes
Secluded, virtually empty, we were 1 of 4 couples. 4 huge cabana seating areas, and a cute bathroom building but unsuppplied bathroom with 2 showers outdoor. Trash cans, shady parking area, very quiet road with one bus tour stop by for a few minutes. Lovely consistent breeze that might be too much for some. Long dock with shore birds. No jellyfish. snorkeling was below average, we saw minor amount of fish but one huge stingray. Beach is best for sitting or wading if you want to walk through about 100 feet of sea grass. Mostly sunny beach with shade trees to right side. Very shallow water with mostly sea grass and some stones so wear water shoes to get out to sandy part at a depth of about 4+ feet deep. No waves, incredibly calm, clear blue water. 2 nearby houses and a less than 5 minute drive to Morritts for food/supplies/TP. Soft white sand with some seaweed and a tiny bit of washed up ocean trash. Soft sand for beach naps. By far the most peaceful beach of the trip. Egret and heron sightings.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Popeyebird wrote a review Jan 2020
Saint Paul, Minnesota503 contributions141 helpful votes
Nice beach with facilities. However a lot of turtle grass on entry to the beach along with rocky coral. A nice pier to walk out on.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Amber5176 wrote a review Dec 2019
East Hampton, Connecticut170 contributions50 helpful votes
We stopped here on a trip around the East end of the island. We didn't go in the water but it looked like mostly sea grass. The beach is nice and sandy though. There are some local food places around. There are also "cabana"s with benches and picnic tables. Also restrooms available.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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