Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Anybody want to come with me?

Also to include excursions such as

The tour through Coyaba River Gardens features flora, springs and waterfalls and streams. The Coyaba Museum is testimony to the first known inhabitants of the island, the Arawak Indians. Next, visit Dunn's River Falls, a 600 ft. high waterfall that you may climb or view from the platform, or just enjoy the other facilities that include a beach, park and craft shopping.

Enjoy a drive through Ocho Rios in air-conditioned comfort to Fern Gully, once the course of a gushing river, has since been diverted, resulting in a scenic growth of ferns caressed by rocks and clefts.

The experience continues with a stop at the incredible Shaw Park Gardens and Falls. Your encounter with nature then brings you to the wonderful Dunn's River Falls, where you may climb the falls or swim at the beach before returning to the ship or be dropped off at a shopping center located within walking distance of the pier.

Take a tour through the charming city of George Town, the capital of the Cayman Islands. Stop at the Conch Shell House, constructed entirely of the trumpet shells of the mollusk, and the town of Hell, whose name was inspired by its unusual rock formations. Visit the Turtle Farm, an interactive sea-turtle nursery where green and hawksbill turtles are bred and raised.
Explore a seemingly endless stretch of magnificent coastline at Grand Cayman's world-famous Seven-Mile Beach.
Surround yourself with exotic marine life and huge coral formations as you explore the underwater world in a submarine.


Suzanne said...

when are you going?