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| West Bay, Grand Cayman
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is the prototypical tourist trap. But it was fun anyway from the tourist items in the store to the ironrock in the back. I am glad I went but would not do it again

Thank misamassa
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Take your passport to the post office they stamp it with HELL to say you've been there, the coral is something to been seen as it's so unusual! Never seen anything like it!

Thank Sunnycornwal
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A lot of people made a big deal about this one, but I wasn’t blown away. The black limestone behind the tiny gift shop was interesting and the post office does stamp and mail as advertised- The whole area was run down.

Thank F5918HMmaryk
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

now i can say i have been to hell and back, lol. people are very friendly. cool to ser all of the natural beauty there.

Thank heavenlyyoyo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Clever little spot to take a picture or mail letter with postmaster. No much here except to say that you have "Been to Hell". This is a bit of a drive from the PORT.

Thank John D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is one of the weirdest places I've ever seen in the Caribbean! Does look like something right outta Hell for sure with the jagged rock formations and wacky trees in the area. A very fun and interesting place for a short visit. Short drive...More

Thank Flipper1954
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There are a few tourist stores and a post office. It does not take long to go through. Its worth stopping in if you have a car. People are very friendly! We came back with some fun pictures.

Thank LynneFZ
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Stop in for a short visit to Hell,good place to mail cards.There are some jagged rocks which detail the explanation of why the named this area Hell. A couple of small interesting gift shops along the way,interesting area.

Thank edzhaleigh
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

View the jagged rocks and hear the stories of why this place was named hell. The devil was born and raised here and you can meet him yourself. There is a small gift store; very friendly (for hell).

Thank Beth C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

What a great little town with awesome views and the friendliest of people.. WE really enjoyed touring Grand Cayman and the authentic food!

Thank Billy M
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24 September 2017|
Response from Elizabeth S | Reviewed this property |
The bus ride was quite pleasant. We enjoyed it very much. Everyone was so gracious.
6 September 2017|
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Response from Elizabeth V | Reviewed this property |
Oh, please don't spend your time that way! It is just an interesting thing for a quick stop if you are driving by anyhow -- I would go to the beach, take one of the boat tour options, if you don't want to do the water thing... More
14 March 2017|
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Response from HLarkin | Reviewed this property |
Hi, The stores accept U.S. currency & credit cards. All the shops in port do as tourists are a huge part of their economy.