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Star Fish Point

#14 of 176 things to do in Grand Cayman Features Animals
Water Cay Rd, Grand Cayman
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Water Cay Rd, Grand Cayman
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Reviewed yesterday

Kinda secluded but you will definately see some starfish out and about. Good place to snorkel or swim.

Thank joshuak889
Reviewed 3 days ago

We visited Star Fish Point as part of our StingRay City tour. I really expected there would be more starfish and actually thought this was a snorkel location. This stop was a little underwhelming.

Thank Z2ofus
Reviewed 4 days ago

Tranquil and wonderful spot....can go by boat or drive and walk to the point. The Starfish are so beautiful.

Thank PatriziaItaly
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This was a spectacular spot! We drove from Spotts Beach to Starfish Point and it was a pretty drive. I didn't know what to expect and hoped to spot at least one Starfish. To my surprise I spotted numerous and stopped counting. We went on...More

Thank Shivon_R
Reviewed 5 days ago

We were in a condo nearby so we drove to Star Fish Point a few times. It may not seem like much at first but if you're patient and look around, the star fish are there. The morning seemed to be a better time. The...More

Thank hmngbrd
Reviewed 5 days ago

Star Fish Point, is a truly amazing place to visit while on Grand Cayman. Quiet, with a warm shallow water area, nice and safe for youngsters to paddle in, and Starfish to see in their natural habitat. There are places here to enjoy a picnic...More

Thank gillybell2017
Reviewed 1 week ago

Wow...this tour had TONS of starfishes scattered about. It's interesting to find out how these creatures digest their food...EEK!! Take the tour...it's short but UNUSUAL.

Thank Cindyconc
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was right around the corner from our beach house and we loved it there! Boat & jet ski tours did anchor there for about an hour or so to see the starfish & then they would leave, so it was never overly crowded. We...More

Thank samiorobilio
Reviewed 1 week ago

Star Fish Point was very neat. I enjoyed seeing the star fish and holding them. I wish that there were signs for people that did not come in groups to tell them not to take the star fish out of the water. It was hard...More

Thank brieka g
Reviewed 1 week ago

My family visted star fish point by jet ski and by car. The star fish come in many different sizes and colors. Please remember to not remove the starfish from the water as they are living creatures and cannot survive away from the sea.

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22 May 2017|
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Response from tamika j | Reviewed this property |
No we didn't book a tour. My husband and I just entered Star Fish Point. Anyone can visit for free. There was a tour being conducted further into the ocean.
Karissa R
25 March 2017|
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Response from Okidli | Reviewed this property |
We took a boat tour arranged at the Kimpton Seafire.