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Grand Cayman 4X4 Jeep Adventure Excursion Reviews

Grand Cayman 4X4 Jeep Adventure cruise excursion
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Experience the natural beauty of Grand Cayman on a fun-filled Jeep Adventure. From interacting with locals to visiting historic sites, the opportunities are endless.
Member Image Jagged.Shard
1 review
Nov 2015
Took the jeep safari of the island and, as we were the only ones on the tour at this time, we had the jeep and guide to ourselves so could tailor the tour to what we wanted. The tour guide was very friendly and full of local information and history. Overall, well worth the money and fun!!
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Provider: Carnival Cruise Line
Member Image adnorm08
3 reviews
Sep 2015
We had a great time on this one! We enjoyed many stops on the way, including a beautiful private beach, the town of Hell, and 7 mile beach where we got to swim and relax for a day!
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Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image TeamAnnapolis
2 reviews
May 2015
A bus picks you up near the tender drop off (that by the way was a concern of mine that I shouldn't have had...they run every 15 minutes or so and carry 250+ people per trip). After a 15-minute bus ride, we arrived at the Tiki Beach Resort. There we met our guide, Mason, recieved our safety brief, got our Jeeps and headed out. We literally drove the length and breadth of Grand Cayman. I've not been to a more beautiful place. Absolutely loved it. If you're worried about driving on the left side of the road...don't be. After several stops (and yes, some of them are just picture spots or tourist traps) we headed back to the Tiki Beach Resort. What was nice was that there was no pressure at any of the tourist traps and Mason did a great job of telling the story of Grand Cayman. Once back at the Tiki Beach Resort, we received coupons for a beach chair, a rum punch, and an access ticket for everything else they had to offer (at an upcharge) which is alot. Our sons snorkled in the crystal clear water while my wife and I enjoyed a good local beer (Caybrew). After about 2 hours the buses come back and take everyone back to their ship. This was the only unorganized part of the trip as it got a little chaotic with multiple tour groups from 3 different ships all jostling around, but if you keep your wits about you and your ears open, it works out. I wouldn't recommend the Jeep tour a second time (but perfect for a first time to Grand Cayman), but I would recommend the Tiki Beach Resort day pass they offer through Royal Carribbean.
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Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image BostonGal35
7 reviews
Nov 2014

Would not recommend this tour. It was very short with 1.5 hours spent at the beach. Did not really go inland and no real "off roading". The 4x4 in Jamaica was much much better. This one not worth the $100. Grand Cayman very safe and you can take a cab for $5 to Tiki Beach on your own which is what we'd probably do next time.

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Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Member Image SAFloresLyon
1 review
Mar 2013

Really had a blast on this one. Our guides were great and each stop was long enough, but we didn't dawdle, so had plenty of time to swim and laze on the beach, too.

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Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image laugai
1 review
Dec 2012
Our next stop was in Grand Cayman. We did the 4x4 Jeep Adventure tour/beach break. A bus took us to Tiki Beach where we picked up our Jeep. Our guides were informative, funny, and great with the group. The jeeps were clean and in great shape. The tour itself was okay, but we thought it would be more off road type riding. Instead it was a lot of sight seeing. We wend to the North Reef and it was beautiful to see and walk around a little there. We also stopped in Hell and at the Tortuga's Rum Factory. It was neat to drive through the neighborhoods and on the the wrong side of the road. After the driving tour we went back to Tiki Beach. Lunch was not included so we had lunch and the bar there, then rented more snorkel gear and went to the beach. There were chairs but no umbrellas. There were no vendors, and we spent a few hours in the water the kids loved looking for fish around the coral.
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Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image LF2C
3 reviews
Feb 2012
The tour starts with a glass bottom boat trip.........don't bother. It wasn't very interesting and was really quite disappointing. The Island Tour was OK
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Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image 1st and Last time cruiser
1 review
Jan 2012

Dexter and Simon were great

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