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West Grand Cayman Highlights Tour
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| West Bay, Grand Cayman
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Reviewed today

Ok, I read from others that the place wasn’t much, but it was pretty much what I expected. There are some interesting black coral formatations which is where the name comes from. There are also some cheesy gift shops. All I really wanted was a...More

Thank nancysdolls
Reviewed yesterday

We went to Hell and came back! A very interesting and different experience! Highly recommended! It takes only a few minutes, but worth going there!

Thank pinsberg
Reviewed 4 days ago

we visited Hell, Grand Cayman. The unique rocky area (black covered limestone) is why it is called Hell. The day we were there though there was major rain. There is a Post Office and tourist store. Our tour guide even lives there.

Thank mini
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Our condo was very close to this location so we decided to check it out. Very touristy, especially when the cruise ships are in port. It's worth a 10 minute stop to buy a postcard and have it postmarked from Hell. It has the usual...More

Thank ErikaAZ
Reviewed 5 days ago

It won't take long to visit Hell... just a gift shop and nice view of the unique Cayman rock formations. And you can say you've been there. Hint: we found better Hell postcards in the gift shops in George Town, wish we had bought those...More

Thank Karen F
Reviewed 6 days ago

Most everyone goes to Hell to write a postcard to say you just sent your friend a postcard from Hell. There is a gift shop to buy your tourist items from Hell. Outdoors are the rock formations that are eerily sharp (Iron Stone). No one...More

Thank Gregory P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great little town. There's only one store. The owner dresses as the Devil but is much more friendly. A lot if chickens though... Make sure you take your passport to get it stamped that you went to Hell. I left mine on the boat...

1  Thank Juliec1313
Reviewed 1 week ago

Quick stop here on our tour. There is a rock formation to look at behind post office but main attraction is buying postcards from Hell and mailing them from the post office. Also can get your passport stamped from hell which we did.

Thank natslive
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a small rock formation with a post office/store and a big sign saying hell. The rocks are behind the store, you have to cross a small bridge and it's quiet. We went to take a picture and a rough looking, drunk guy followed...More

1  Thank salmoncake
Reviewed 1 week ago

We wanted to visit the hell post office to get stamps from hell. The brochure said it was open til 12:30 but was closed when we arrived at 11:45. A wonderful shopkeeper was outside and showed us the "hell tourist area" and gave us a...More

1  Thank Beverly M
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24 September 2017|
Response from Elizabeth S | Reviewed this property |
The bus ride was quite pleasant. We enjoyed it very much. Everyone was so gracious.
7 September 2017|
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Response from Elizabeth V | Reviewed this property |
Oh, please don't spend your time that way! It is just an interesting thing for a quick stop if you are driving by anyhow -- I would go to the beach, take one of the boat tour options, if you don't want to do the water thing... More
15 March 2017|
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Response from HLarkin | Reviewed this property |
Hi, The stores accept U.S. currency & credit cards. All the shops in port do as tourists are a huge part of their economy.