Rather than hopping from attraction to attraction, these tour companies offer unique ways you can explore the Cayman Islands in greater depth. From speeding down the roads in East End on a motorcycle to soaring above the Island in a helicopter, there is something for every individual and every budget. Of course - don't forget to visit www.explorecayman.com, where you will be able to book a tour in Cayman, see pricing, discounts, and tour details.
Boat Tours, Charters and Rentals
Whether you want to go on a standard boat tour around the North Sound, an exclusive private charter with a hand picked schedule, or rent a boat and go on your own Island adventure - there is something for every preference and budget amongst Cayman's numerous boating offerings.
Summary of half-day and full-day boat tour trips in the Cayman Islands, including the boat tour operators and the best times to head out on the water.
Private Boat Charters
Here we list reputable private charters that allow you to customise your own itinerary for boating around the Cayman Islands.
Cayman has a handful of companies who do sailing charters to such a high standard that you will be delighted with the service and quality of boats.
When renting a boat in the Cayman Islands you have the freedom of planning your own trip, stops and activities.
A fantastic way to explore the Island is a 15-minute (US$155pp) or 40 minute (US$370pp) tour with Cayman Islands Helicopters (resident rates). Their Sunset Dinner Flight is perfect for special occasions; land for dinner at The Ritz-Carlton (US$950 for up to six people) or Camana Bay, followed by a limousine ride home.
Water enthusiasts will enjoy their ‘1 day 3 Islands’ dive package. Helicopter to Cayman Brac to dive the M/V Captain Keith Tibbetts, then helicopter on to Little Cayman to dive Bloody Bay Wall, followed by lunch at Southern Cross Club.
Call (345) 943 4354 or see www.caymanislandshelicopters.com
Guided Bicycle Rides
Call Cayman Custom Cycles at (345) 945 7433 for a guided tour around the Island, including lunch, or for an afternoon getaway.
You must have a motorcycle licence. If you do not have a licence, then staff can take you on the back of their bike.