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What a great time, the water is amazing - so clear and turquoise! Feeding and holding the stingrays is so much fun too. The earlier you are able to go - the better to avoid the crowds. We visited twice once using Red Sail Charters...More
I am so glad to have visited stingray city. The rays are beautiful, kind of scary at first but really a great experience. They give you a kiss and back massage and you can feed them which is quite an experience for me an inland...More
We did enjoy it brief time with the sting rays. They are very squishy and like to come right up to you, seeking food like squid or fish parts. If you are squeamish at all, STAY AWAY! No need to bring your hyper frenzy screams...More
I was so glad I booked this excursion! The guides were amazing! I don't remember their names though. They were very helpful and informative! Who would have thought I would actually swim with and kiss stingrays 🤦🏽♀️😂
Pretty cool experience. Certainly a highlight from the island. I’d put this as a “must do” along with the bioluminous tour. You can get as friendly (or be as standoff-ish) with the rays as you like. Definitely a no pressure excursion and worth doing.
If you are in Grand Cayman, you have to go to Stingray City. The clear water is as clear as a swimming pool! It’s hard to believe you are out in the middle of the ocean. The stingrays are soft and friendly. The day we...More
Wanted to try something different. Van dropped us off at the marina, maybe about 20 in our group. Sailed to star fish island; water was crystal clear, warm& just perfect. Stayed a little while to touch starfish keeping them under water. Headed off to Stingray...More