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Boatswain's Beach, the new home of the world famous Cayman Turtle Farm, is Cayman largest and most eagerly anticipated tourist attraction. The Park offers visitors a unique opportunity to swim and snorkel with fish and other marine life, peer into a predator tank and come nose to nose with sharks and eels, stroll down a historic Caymanian street complete with porch side artisans or view the free flight bird aviary and walk the nature trail.
Quench your thirst for adventure! Go ahead – take the plunge!
New for 2006, Cayman’s largest and most eagerly anticipated tourist attraction, Boatswain’s Beach is now open. Pronounced ‘Bo-suns’ Beach, this one-of-a-kind, 23-acre adventure marine park promises to become one of the most exciting attractions in the Caribbean.
The park allows visitors to experience the rich history of Caymanian life in a fun and safe environment while providing opportunities to observe and interact with native flora and fauna. In keeping with its cultural heritage, Boatswain’s Beach is the new home of the world renowned Cayman Turtle Farm.
The only one of its kind in the world, the turtle farm is home to over 11,000 Green Sea Turtles, ranging in size from six ounces to six hundred pounds each. Visitors can tour an actual working farm, which is both educational and entertaining, and turtles are available for guests to hold for an amazing and unique photo opportunity.
The farm is open seven days a week from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm and is wheelchair accessible. Entry for adults is US$60.00 and US$25.00 for children 2-12; children under 2 have free entry in to the park (prices are subject to change). The farm is located on Northwest Point Road in West Bay, just eight miles from George Town.
For more details on Boatswain’s Beach visit www.boatswainsbeach.ky
Welcome to Cayman Crazy Golfing, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands!
Black Pearl Skate & Surf is one of the premiere destination for actions sports enthusiasts. Boasting an astonishing 62,000 square foot skate park and the worlds largest free standing wave they offer entertainment for the whole family.
Designed by renowned Skate Park designer Michael McIntyre of Site Design Group, the Black Pearl Skate Park encompasses 52,000 sq. feet of concrete bowls and half and quarter pipes. It is the largest outdoor concrete park in the world featuring three main courses — expert, intermediate and beginner — with both a flow and street course for each level. Powerful lighting around the park ensures a safe environment for night skating, and supervision at all times is guaranteed, making it a secure and fun place for kids. Skateboards and mandatory protective gear are available for rent and for sale at the Black Pearl Board Shop.
Searching and waiting for
the perfect wave in the Cayman Islands is no longer a problem. Surfers yearning
for waves in Grand Cayman can soon dust off their boards and take part in the
breathtaking experience of riding under and over magical blue curls of water.
Introducing the Waveloch Surf Machine, a self-contained standing wave generated
by a continuous 16,000 gallon per minute (GPM) flow of water. Water flow varies
from 10,000 gallons per minute to 150,000 gallons per minute. The machine uses
fresh filtered water and measures 2,624 sq. ft. and 1,280 sq. ft. of riding
...For those who just can't fathom getting on a board and riding the wave, a viewing area is provided to watch the daring souls who will try repeatedly, and often in vain, to stay on the wave. It may sound dangerous, but it isn't. It's a thrilling experience that combines balance, strength, skill and poise to create an adrenaline-pumping experience the rider won't soon forget. The Black Pearl Surf Park provides the necessary equipment and any instructional sessions needed to attempt this surfing phenomenon. Lessons are available for all levels and children 4 years old and up can take the plunge on this wave.
Cayman Grand Harbour is a 192-acre master planned residential resort community in the Cayman Islands that, once completed, will be one of the largest developments of its kind on the island. The location offers direct canal access to the North Sound as well as a link to the Crewe Road bypass. With the Shoppes of Grand Harbour and the Black Pearl Skate & Surf Park now complete, plans are being made for future development which will include marinas, a corporate village, a condominium development, a theater complex, restaurants and a range of single-family residential estate housing.
Welcome to Wowballs
WowBalls® is great for the audience which it always creates. Kids get a chance to exercise like never before, while performing one of the greatest, healthy work-outs which even the audience takes part in. The laughter and fun is contagious. The "giggle effect" is everywhere the Wow Ball is found.
Why not, it should! Which kid doesn't want to get up close and personal to hundreds of rainbow colored tropical fish without having to step foot in water. If lucky, one may get to see a reef shark, a hawksbill turtle, a moray eel or a pair of spotted eagle rays. Who knows what one may see swimming next to them! What better way for a kid to really enjoy the Cayman Islands than this underwater experience of a lifetime.
We have activities for kids of all ages, so bring your entire family to play with us!
Nobody does it better than Native Way! We offer visitors an authentic Caymanian adventure, with experienced native crews, well-equipped and maintained boats, excellent service, and genuine island hospitality. Unlike many tour boat companies, we never try to crowd people onto our boats -- we want you to be able to relax, and really enjoy the adventure! The many letters we receive from former guests of Native Way Watersports tours say it best.
At Cardinal D's Park, just off Eastern Avenue (George Town), you'll find a bird sanctuary with over sixty species of exotic birds, iguanas, agoutis, ducks, emus, miniature ponies and turtles. There's also a snack bar and souvenir shop. Founded by two Caymanians in 1985, the park is ideal for kids, who can feed the animals, and nature lovers. Open seven days a week, the park can be reached at (345) 949-8855
The newly constructed Stingray Bowling Centre offers a fun-filled atmosphere with pure enjoyment for kids as well as adults alike. Children are sure to enjoy themselves with Cayman's newest sport. This 10-lane centre boasts user-friendly Qubica Automatic Scoring, a computerized scoring system that takes the guesswork out of score keeping. Kids are sure to enjoy glow bowling to the latest dance music, bowling birthday parties and learn-to-bowl sessions. Call 345-945-4444. Hours: 11:30am - closing (seven days a week)
The new Sunrise Family Golf Centre off Hirst Road in Newlands. This new, moderately priced and family oriented golf centre is in Bodden Town. Green fees at US$21 (junior, US$10). It's a nine hole Par 3 course, with all grass tees maintained to championship course standards. The centre includes a full-length driving range, practice chipping and putting green, golf shop, clubhouse, and open-air patio. Rental clubs, pull carts and instruction by certified PGA Professional are also available.
7:30am - 6:00pm (seven days a week)
Beautiful, professionally trained horses available for morning and sunset
horseback riding, at 9:00am or 4:30pm, on trails or on the beach. Nicki's Beach
Rides offers one and a half-hour rides at US$65, per person -- less 10% discount
for Inn guests, and Nicki herself guides all rides. Six riders maximum, novice
or experienced, minimum age seven years old, and basic instruction is given.
Phone Nicki beforehand and meet her in the Holiday Inn lobby along West Bay
Road, although pick-up and drop-off elsewhere can be arranged. Visa and
Baby-sitting, child care, care of the elderly, and equipment rental, for hotel and condo guests, in the comfort of your tourist facility by a trained staff of mothers with previous experience in the field. Call (345) 949-1509, or fax to (345) 949-0213.