Let our friendly and professional staff take you on one of the best Grand Cayman Stingray City Tours in Grand Cayman where you will have the opportunity to snorkel with dozens of stingray in what National Geographic describes as; “one of the most rewarding experiences in the underwater world.” Give a stingray a kiss and get 7 years of good luck! Stingray City Sandbar is Grand Cayman’s most popular attraction. Its shallow depth of 3 – 4 feet make it a perfect choice for all the family, both young and old!
The 3 mile ride out to the Stingray City Sandbar is an experience in itself as you make your way through the crystal blue waters on a 38ft Billfisher! The Stingray City & Snorkel Tours are always small, fun tours with a minimum of 12 and a maximum of 35 passengers. There’s lots of space to sunbathe on the bow, or sit on the upper or lower decks of Miss LC as you take in the breathtaking blue waters and island scenery on the way to Stingray City Sandbar! Bottled water, fruit punch, life vests and snorkel gear are all provided. There is also a small bathroom on board for your convenience. Your team has more than 25 years of experience and are well established in the watersports industry in Grand Cayman, so you will be in safe hands. Your captain and crew are all from the beautiful island of Grand Cayman, so be sure to ask them lots of questions to make the most out of your Stingray City experience and learn about the history.
After 45 mins with the stingrays you will be taken to Coral Gardens for a beautiful snorkel adventure. Here you will spend 25 mins snorkeling among the colorful coral. The crew will also perform a fish feed, giving you the chance to get up close and personal with the many small tropical fish that inhabit the area. This excursion is a truly unique and enjoyable snorkel experience for all the family, and will not be beaten on price or value!
Book today and secure your spot on the best Grand Cayman Stingray City & Snorkel Tour!
|Price:||ADULT/CHILD: $40 US (4 years old and up)|
|Approx. Duration:||3.5hrs (2.5hrs on the water, 30 mins each way for transport)|