Cruise Ship Shore Excursions

All shore excursions listed below begin/end in George Town where passengers will be met at the Royal Watler Cruise Terminal.  Base tour rates quoted below are per tour and not per passenger.


Discover George Town and learn more about the Island’s unique history. This tour makes stops at:

  • Camana Bay: This is Cayman’s lively waterfront community, where guests can see the amazing 360° views from atop the 75’ Observation Tower that houses a stunning four-story high mosaic mural depicting an underwater scene of the renowned Cayman dive sites.

  • Hell: A uniquely named geological attraction known for a small patch of black limestone formations that can be seen poking out from the lush surroundings. You can send a postcard to friends and family postmarked from “Hell” at Hell’s Post Office.

  • Seven Mile Beach: Situated just north of George Town, the world famous Seven Mile Beach is the jewel of the Cayman Islands. Often voted “The Caribbean’s Best Beach”, the white powdery sand and the sparkling turquoise water merge together to provide breathtaking photo opportunities. Whether you want to dip your toes in the sea, take a stroll along the shore or just take postcard perfect photos, Seven Mile Beach gives you every chance to enjoy what Cayman is all about.

  • Tortuga Rum Cake Factory: A hip destination where you will have the opportunity to purchase Tortuga rums blended in the Cayman Islands and sample a variety of world-famous rum cakes.

3 hours

US$375 (up to 11 passengers)


Tour the west side of the Island in search of Cayman’s illusive green parrots and iguanas and get up close and personal with the region’s Green Sea Turtles. This tour makes stops at:

  • Seven Mile Beach: The shoreline waters are so clear here that you might spy a school of tropical fish out for a swim! 

  • Dolphin Discovery: Catch a glimpse of dolphins at work and at play along the northwest shore of the island during a brief stop at Cayman’s premiere dolphinarium. (Does not include a swim-with-the-dolphins experience).

  • Cayman Islands Turtle Centre:  A haven for all-things-turtle, you will tour the Education Centre & Hatchery and Green’s Genesis Pond, see the breeding home of green sea turtles and the Saltwater Lagoon, home to the park’s 11’ over 300-pound American crocodile named Smiley, and enjoy the Turtle Touch Tanks and Wading Pool, where you can touch and play with yearling turtles.  

3 ½ hours

US$400 (up to 11 passengers) and $18 per adult or $9 per child aged 5-12


See the sites of George Town and Seven Mile Beach as you enjoy the colorful and exquisite art of the Islands. This tour makes stops at:

  • The Observation Tower at Camana Bay: Inside Cayman’s lively waterfront community, you will see the amazing 360° views from atop the 75’ Observation Tower and experience the stunning four-story high mosaic mural depicting an underwater scene of the renowned Cayman dive sites.

  • The National Art Gallery of the Cayman Islands. A hub for the arts and cultural heritage of the islands, the Gallery houses the latest exhibitions of local artist works.

  • Sandon Feat Gallery: View the vibrant works of CE Whitney, known for her detailed oil paintings that capture the colors, moods, and exquisite scenery of the Cayman Islands.

  • Pure Art Gallery & Gift Shoppe: Enjoy the retail explosion located in a cottage in South South showcasing the richness and diversity of Cayman Islands arts and crafts.

3 ½ hours

US$400 (up to 11 passengers)


After meandering through scenic South Sound, we will explore the world of Cayman adult beverage offerings. This tour stops at:

  • Either The Cayman Islands Brewery: Tour the fully automated brew house and sample five world-class local brews, many of which have won international awards; or 19-81 Brewing Company, Cayman's only craft brewery, where you will sample four local craft brews.

  • Cayman Spirits Company: Visit Grand Cayman’s only distillery - the singular source of handcrafted spirits in the islands! Get a behind-the-scenes look inside the custom-built 5000-square-foot facility that houses a 1200 gallon Vendome copper pot still, a 30 foot tall Gun Bay Vodka tower, the original Christian Carl pot used to perfect Seven Fathoms Rums, and, of course, a renowned Tasting Room for sampling.

  • Mudslides Oceanside: Drink in the views of the beautiful Caribbean Sea while sipping on Cayman’s most popular rum cocktail at a locals’ favorite oceanfront hotspot. Food available for purchase.

3 hours

US$375 (up to 11 passengers) plus $40 per adult (18 and older)

(Monday - Friday only)


After seeing the sights of historic George Town, the capital of the Cayman Islands, the tour continues through picturesque South Sound and then heads west and includes the following highlights and stops:

  • See the Blow Holes seaside in High Rock, which, depending on the weather, are sure to delight as the waves pound up through the majestic natural cuts in the ironshore.

  • Experience the quaint fishing village of East End.

  • Stop at the site and learn about the infamous Wreck of the Ten Sails, which took place in 1794 off the coast in East End.

  • See the majestic north coast of the Island and the village of North Side.

  • Explore Starfish Point, where Cayman’s protected, colossal, orange starfish graze, in the shallows of North Sound.

  • Lunch on your own at the famous oceanfront Rum Point Beach & Restaurant and  enjoy free time for a dip in the ocean or a siesta in a beach hammock.

6 hours

US$650 (up to 11 passengers)