#1 Turtle Farm Tour In Grand Cayman (2019)

About Us
George founded "George's Watersports" in September 2014.

Originally, the business was focused on kayak tours, but as time went on, George moved into paddle board rentals and then boat tours.

Having grown up in the Cayman Islands, George has been involved in watersports for many years, and is focused on providing the best possible experience to his customers.


Watch Our Turtle Farm Tour Below:



Tour Includes:


  • Full access to turtle centre
  • Lagoon snorkel
  • Swimming pool and slide
  • Aviary
  • Nature trail
  • Education centre


Pricing:


$52 USD Per Person (Adult)

$35 USD Per Person (Child: 5 to 12 yrs)


Additional Information:


We offer free round-trip transport for cruise ship, hotel and condo tourists staying in Grand Cayman.

Tour duration is 3 hours: 2 hours at the Turtle Centre, and 1 hour transportation.

You must have at least 4 people in your group for us to book you in for this tour. Please only complete the availability form if you have at least 4 people.

 

 

Holding a baby turtle at the Turtle Farm

 


Check Availability By Completing The Form Below:


Make sure that you don’t make a mistake on the form, otherwise it won’t send. You should receive a response within 24-hours; if you don’t get a response, it’s because the email didn’t send due to a mistake made on the form. Responses can sometimes go into your junk folder.

 

The Turtle Farm is located about a 10 minute drive North of Seven Mile Beach, and about a 20 minute drive North of the cruise ship port in George Town, Grand Cayman.

There is an entry fee.

This is a great place to spend an afternoon or morning with friends and family, and is definitely worth the visit. This is also great for people with children since there is a wide range of activities within the area.

These turtles are bred inside the facility, and some are released into the wild to help sustain the wild population.

This combats local poaching of wild turtles.

Over 31,000 turtles have been released into the wild, making the turtle farm a great source of sustainability for the wild turtle population.

 

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