Stingray City is located in the North Sound area of Grand Cayman. The site is approximately 1 mile off the coast of Rum Point and is known as the Sandbar due to its shallow depth of around 3 feet and lies alongside a beautiful protective reef. The Sandbar is a popular location for snorkelers and non-swimmers, as standing and touching a Stingray is easy (and great fun!).
About the trip
The Stingray City trip is the most popular boat trip in the Cayman Islands. Thousands of people visit this spectacular snorkel site each year. On the Half day trip, you can experience all the excitement of Stingray City plus two stops at magnificent coral reefs.
Half day trip
Morning - 8:00am-11:00pm
Afternoon - 1:00pm-4:00pm
Full day trip - 9:00am-3:00pm
Where does the trip go?
Stingray City Sandbar - a shallow (approx. 3ft deep) sand bank located in the North Sound area of Grand Cayman. It is possible to stand up on the sand, just as if you were standing in the shallow end of a swimming pool! This area is approximately 1 mile off the coast of Rum Point and has the unique feeling of being "in the middle of the Ocean".
Coral Gardens - a wonderful snorkel site situated close to Stingray Sandbar. Here you may see a green moray eel, nurse shark (the friendly ones!) or just hover on the surface and marvel at the coral reef.
Barrier Reef - the shallow area of the North Sound and Cayman's famous wall drop-off (a 6000ft underwater mountain) is separated by the Barrier Reef. You will be able to snorkel along this reef on the shallow side. Many fish and other sea creatures live along this beautiful reef, feeding on its rich nutrients. ...