Learn about the importance of mangroves to Cayman's eco-system with a kayaking tour. The root system of this diverse habitat protects Cayman from large waves and storm surges that can happen during hurricanes, as well as the animals that make the tangled roots their home.
While exploring the mangrove system you’ll spot Cayman parrots, iguanas, turtles, lobsters, jellyfish, many juvenile fish and maybe even a sea horse! Kayaking is a very peaceful way to explore the Island's shoreline - it's eco-friendly, a great workout and since they make no noise you can get very close to the animals.
One of nature’s best-kept secrets is a rare bioluminescent phenomenon found only in a dozen places worldwide. Cayman Kayaks offers magical bioluminescence tours by kayak and electric catamaran from Rum Point to the bioluminescent bay which is suitable for all skill levels and only a 10-minute paddle. Tours are 1.5-2 hours long and they include the guided tour to and from the bay. Call (345) 926 4467, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.caymankayaks.com.
Cayman Sea Elements also offer tours of the bioluminescent bay where you can snorkel and swim, plus mangrove kayak tours where you will encounter a myriad of wildlife while learning about Cayman’s unique mangrove habitats. Tours take approximately two hours and leave from the Cayman Islands Yacht Club. Call (345) 936 8687 or email: email@example.com for more information on how to book your tour.
White Sand Water Sports (Tel: (345) 916 7263 or (345) 938 7263) has kayaks for rent from the Wyndham Reef Resort in East End and they can deliver kayaks Island-wide. They also run a bioluminescence kayak tour to Bio Bay with clear bottom kayaks.
Kayaks can also be rented from Red Sail Sports. Call (345) 623 5965 for details.