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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Took a private charter there and spent 40 minutes playing in waist-high water in the middle of the ocean absolutely stunning crystal clear water with gentle stingrays swimming between us rubbing next to us a really great experience with nature.

Thank mermaidv
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

These huge rays are so docile. You can actually pet them and hold them in your arms. But this is a popular activity so expect to see lots of people also. Worth the trip to see them in North Sound on the way to Starfish Point and Kaibo.

Thank GlenYates62
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Stingray City is truly a unique experience and the only place I am aware of where you can interact with stingrays that will swim up to you and let you touch them and experience these beautiful creatures up close and personal

Thank Tony R
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Definitely do this! The sting rays are huge and swim right up against you. It’s fantastic! They get a little more aggressive when you feed them but they’re very friendly.

Thank KerryAnne311
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Great thing to do with the family! KISS a Stingray! FUN
Snorkel equipment & life vests available.
Feed the stingray squid too.

Thank Nicole P
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Reviewed 5 days ago

We went on 8:30 cruise so hoped not too many people but there were 5 other boats. Plenty of room for all though. Everything as promised— touching , feeding and even kissing a ray. Hundres of them swimming effortlessly around. They have a good life.

Thank Judy M
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

You simply must go to stingray city when in Grand Cayman! Try to go early before the cruise ship crowds get there! Or late in the afternoon.

Thank Deacdickens
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Well I can tell you for a person whom can't swim I was very nervous, but I went in to the ocean and was able to stand up an experience something I could have never imagine. I am city guy and for me to kiss and touch Stingray has to be up there in my top 10 of things I would have never done. Thanks for the experience.

Thank smoke4x4
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I was a little scared but it was totally worth it!! The stingrays are in their natural habitat so that was really nice to see.

Thank Christy S
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This was truly one of the coolest thing that I have done in my travels. The stingray just swim up to you and all around your feet. It may seem scary at first but once you get into the water it is unforgettable. You can feed them and pet them and just watch as they swim below you. You do need to take a boat or charter to get here but it is worth the extra money.

Thank margekuff
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