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Discover eastern Grand Cayman Island by open-air Land Rover. Your guide points out blowholes, supreme vistas and butterflies along with visits to the Pedro St James heritage museum and the Botanic Park. Upgrade your 4x4 safari-like adventure from a standard morning or afternoon tour to a deluxe option for more time at each stop plus a locally prepared lunch. Round-trip transport from George Town hotels is included. This small-group tour is limited to eight passengers to ensure a personalized experience.

Highlights

  • Safari adventure of eastern Grand Cayman Island aboard an open-air 4x4 Land Rover
  • Visit Pedro St James, a heritage museum located next to the Caribbean Sea
  • Discover floral wonders, butterflies and iguanas at Botanic Park
  • Witness impressive seashore geysers shoot up as high as 20 feet (full-day tour)
  • Select a standard tour (3.5 hours), or a deluxe tour (5.5 hours) that includes lunch
  • Entrance fees, and pickup and drop-off from George Town hotels included
  • Small-group tour limited to eight for a personalized experience

What You Can Expect

Grand Cayman Tour by 4x4 Including Pedro St James and Botanic Park

Explore the botanic garden on Grand Cayman!

After hotel pickup, depart George Town by open-air Land Rover for a 4x4 safari-style adventure along paved and rugged terrain on the east side of Grand Cayman. Your local guide has generational ties to the island and informs your small group about popular and hidden sites. Select a standard tour or upgrade for more sightseeing plus lunch.


Standard Tour (3.5 Hours)
Enjoy a morning or afternoon drive and stop along the way to discover the Pedro St James living history museum and the lush landscapes of the Botanic Park. 

First, step inside the restored 3-story former home of an 18th-century plantation owner, now a national historic site. Watch a 20-minute 3D movie portraying the struggles of the island’s early settlers and learn about the home’s various uses over the years. After a stroll through the grounds overlooking the Caribbean Sea, your tour continues east to the Botanic Garden, opened in 1994 by Queen Elizabeth II. Explore this trove of natural delights, which includes a wetland lake, woodland trail, Floral Colour Garden and blue iguanas, butterflies and orchids, before being returned to your hotel.


Deluxe Tour (5.5 Hours)
After you explore the beachside museum of Pedro St James and the Botanic Garden, your journey continues on to picturesque locations including the blowholes along the rocky shoreline. When trade winds from the east act up, waves push water into underground caverns, the propulsive pressure of which shoots up geysers as high as 20 feet (6 meters). Finding these blowholes, however, is a tricky matter, dependent on timing and optimal weather conditions, which your guide will note when leading you to the site. 


This 5.5-hour option includes sampling traditional snacks and a delicious lunch prepared by locals. At the end of your sightseeing, enjoy transport back to your hotel in George Town.

Customer Reviews

william c

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2016

Got to see parts of this beautiful island most cruisers do not see. Our guide was very knowledgable and informative. Loved the botanical park and even got to see a blue iguana. 4x4 is the way to see the islands!

Thomas S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2015

This was a great tour. Our guide Brian met us within 5 minutes of our arrival by tender from our cruise ship. He took us to the Pedro St James house, the original seat of government on the island and was full of knowledge and stories of the history of the place. My wife, being a gardener thoroughly enjoyed the Queen Elizabeth Botanic Garden. The plentiful signage made identifying the plants very easy, an Brian was there to tell us interesting facts about many of them. From there we were off to lunch at a nice little restaurant overlooking the beach, where we had a delicious lunch of grouper in Island Sauce. Then it was on to The Blow Hole for photos of the surf splashing through the rock. A final stop at a small park full of various birds and amphibia was another photo op for us. Having been on Island tours in the past where we've felt we did not receive value for money, this tour was well worth the expense.

Merritt L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2014

Owen, our guide, was terrific. Well worth the money!

Barbara M

4 star rating: Recommended January 2016

This was a great way to see the island and learn a little history. Our guide, Brian was wonderful. He was very knowledgeable and took us to some off the beaten path places. The lunch was at a little spot we would never have found, but the food was not terrific. The atmosphere was though. I would recommend this to anyone.

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