Heart of Cayman
- Scenic & informative tour of the capital of Grand Cayman
- Chance to taste locally brewed beer at Caybrew
- Historical tour of Pedro St. James castle & gardens
- Scents & sights of the flora & fauna at the botanical park
- Ease & convenience of transportation from your hotel
Live Commentary in English.
What's included, what's not
Know Before You Book
- If you are pregnant, you may not take part.
- If you have back, neck, lower back, joint, or muscular problems, you should carefully consider whether to participate.
- You must be able to climb and descend stairs.
- You must be able to walk on unpaved or uneven terrain.
- At least 6 people are required for this activity to take place.
- The activity is wheelchair accessible.
- Hotel pickup is available from Seven Mile Beach area hotels. Please arrange pickup from your hotel or a nearby location when you call to confirm your reservation.
- You will receive confirmation of your exact tour departure time when you call to confirm your reservation.
What you can expect
Make the most of your time on Grand Cayman Island with a comprehensive tour of the heart of the land. Travel through George Town—the Capital of Grand Cayman—and along residential South Sound Road. Along the way you see a castle and a lush botanical garden, plus, you enjoy a locally made beer.
After hotel pickup, your first stop is at Cayman Islands Brewery, known by locals as CayBrew. Take a peek at the brewing process, and then sample some of the island's original beer, fresh from the brewery.
The tour continues to Pedro St. James Castle, the birthplace of democracy and the oldest stone building on the island. Enjoy the multimedia presentation about the history of the 18th-century house. Then, take photos or simply relax and explore in the tranquil atmosphere of the castle and the gardens.
Along Bodden Town district, you are afforded a glimpse of traditional Old Style Caymanian Houses. Your final stop is at the Queen Elizabeth Botanical Park, which was officially opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on February 27, 1994. It features exotic and indigenous plant species and endangered Cayman Blue Iguanas. Snap some last minute photos before returning to your hotel.