Grand Cayman Hell Excursion Reviews
Cool place to go and see. I wouldn't go way out of my way for it, but if its on the way as it was here a good stop, great coffee mugs if you don't like your job.
A small place with just a store and post office ( to mail a post card from Hell). It is a fun stop. Make sure you check out the rock formations for why this place is called Hell!
This 'post office' is nothing but a gift shop with a sad selection of post cards and souvenir trinkets. The deck over the limestone formations is small and the view limited. One picture and you've basically got it covered. Not worth it IMHO.
It was rushed, and with the time frame we could have spent more time at each place, but I still loved it! Dennis was our tour leader and he was GREAT! I had a good time doing the 3 geocaches here, and would have liked visiting the area longer.
Nothing special about this stop except the name. two tiny shops to buy junk and post cards in and the post office to mail your cards from.
Hell & The Lava Formations were very interesting. A great place to mail a letter home with the “Hell” postmark from the Hell post office; or have your passport stamped. The selection of t shirts etc. was very good.
For only $75 bucks per person we did Hell, Turtle farm, Rum Cake Factory, Stingray City, and snorkeling. The Stingrays were awesome and so was the turtles. Hell and Rum Cake Factory could be missed if needed...
Hell was a 20 min tourist trap stop.
Hell was okay. Of course I sent myself a postcard from Hell.
Silly stop. Tourist junk shop. Waste of time.
Hell was part of the Land & Sea tour. Honestly, Hell is the primary reason I chose this cruise and this particular tour. I learned about Hell in a high school geography class and it has been on my bucket list 20+ years. I'm the kind of person when enjoys goofy tourist attractions like Foamhenge in Virginia so Hell was great to me, silly and fun.