*'''Grand Cayman Public Bus Transport[http://www.grandcayman4u.com/transport/buses.htm]''', Edward St. ''next to the library'', Georgetown, Phone: 945-5100. Licensed buses are identified by blue licence plates. Daily service starts at 6AM from the depot and the schedule is as follows '''from George Town to''':
**West Bay - every 15 minutes, Su-Th 6AM-11PM; F,Sa 6AM-12AM. CI$1.50 each way. **Bodden Town - Every 30 minutes, Su- Th 6AM- 11PM; F,Sa 6AM-12AM. CI$1.50 each way. **East End and North Side - Every hour, Daily 6AM-9PM, (F until after 12AM). CI$2 each way. *The system uses ''' color-coded logos on the front and rear of buses (white mini0-vans) to identify routes''' : **Route 1 (yellow) George Town to '''West Bay'''. **Route 2 (lime green) George Town to '''West Bay'''. **Route 3 (blue) provides '''service between the depot in George Town and Bodden Town''' . **Route 4 (purple) operates between the depot and '''East End'''. **Route 5 (red) goes from the depot to '''East End and North Side'''. **Route 6 (dark green) operates ''' from North Side to West Bay'''. **Route 7 (dark green with white numbers) is an '''inter -district service for George Town'''. **Route 8 (orange) runs from the depot ''' to Hutland in North Side'''. **Route 9 (blue) runs from George Town through Frank Sound North Side
Car rentals are readily available. You must be 21 years old to rent a car. '''Driving is on the left hand side of the road''' and seatbelt use is mandatory. Visitors must get a temporary driver's license from the police station or car rental agency. This is obtained by showing a valid drivers license from their home state, county or parish and paying a US$7.50
Mopeds and scooter rentals are available on Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac. Helmet use is required. Usual daily rate is US$25 for helmet and permit.
The island's most famous excursion is to '''Stingray City''', where boatloads of tourists debark at nearby Stingray Sandbar and squeal nervously while adjusting to the presence of large rays, which they can feed and "pet" while snorkeling in waist-deep water. Once fed, the rays will placidly let you do just about anything to them, including being lifted up to pose for photos while jetting water out of their mouths.
*<do name="Marineland Tours - Amphibious Bus, Boat & Snorkel Adventure" alt="" address="George Town" directions="Facebook - Marineland Tours" phone="345-945-TOUR (8687)" url="www.marinelandtours.com" hours="" price="" lat="" long=""> It's a Bus! It's a Boat! Hop on our fully narrated tour to discover historic sites and key landmarks around George Town and Grand Cayman. Journey into the sea to snorkel around the coral reef full of abundant marine life, become part of the fish feeding show and also view ancient shipwrecks with our underwater cameras projecting images onto large LCD monitors. YOUR adventure of a lifetime starts with OUR Amphibious Bus, Boat & Snorkel Tour! Duration: Approx 2 hours / Facebook: Marineland Tours / Web: marinelandtours.com / Email: [email protected] </do>
*'''Moby Dick Tours - Stingray City''', Phone: 480-626-5429[http://www.mobydicktours.com/Stingray-City/Stingray-City.html]. Stingray city tours $40, under 12 $30.
*'''Carib Select Watersports''', P.O. Box 30146,Phone: 888-452-7928.[http://www.caribselect.com] Carib Select provides
memorable trips to Stingray City that include free transportation to and from the Cruise Ship dock. Specializes in Stingray City tours and snorkeling at Coral Gardens/The Barrier Reef (snorkeling equipment and refreshments included), with photo packages of the excursion burned to CD and ready for purchase on board as you return to the dock.
*'''Native Way Watersports''', Cayman Yacht Club, Phone: 1-345-916-5027[http://www.nativewaywatersports.com/]. Locally owned and staffed with a variety of tours available.
*'''Blackbeard's Nancy''', West Bay Rd, Seven Mile Beach, Phone: 349-949-8988. This replica schooner offers a variety of options, including a dinner cruise.
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*'''Sunset Divers''' at Sunset House, South Sound, Phone: 345-949-7111, Fax: 345-949-7101.[http://www.sunsethouse.com/live_brochure.php]
*'''Red Sail Sports''', Seven Mile Beach, Phone: 345-945-5965, Fax: 345-945-5808.[http://redsailcayman.com]
Any restaurant food can be expensive on Grand Caymen, even for fast-food.
*'''SeaHarvest (at Sunset House)''', South Church St., Phone: 345-945-1383, [http://www.sunsethouse.com/sea_res.php]. Spectacular Seafood and East and West Indian dishes'' Great value, menus on website. $10-$28.
*'''Reef Grill at Royal Palms''', West Bay Rd., Seven Mile Beach, Phone: 345-945-6358. Indoor and outdoor dining. Great views of Seven Mile Beach and great seafood dishes. $20-$30.
*'''The Retreat at Lookout''', 521 Lookout Road, Bodden Town, Grand Cayman, Phone: 705-719-9144, Skype: retreatatlookout, [http://www.retreatatlookout.com]. Rates starting at $90/night including full Caribbean breakfast.
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