Includes Airfare ● Itinerary can be customized to fit within your time frame or budgetary needs.

Blue planet adventure to the Cayman Islands. Swim with stingrays in Stingray City, snorkel the colorful reefs just off of Seven Mile Beach, and take in amazing coraline beaches. The dazzling white sand that sprinkles ashore as a sugar-soft treat for your toes. The warm sea that bathes these shorelines is so clear that the blazing Caribbean sun hits the ocean floor nearly full strength, bouncing back to color the undersides of passing clouds with the same luminous turquoises, blues and greens that the water displays. Volunteer to help sea turtles in a lagoon full of colorful marine life at the Turtle Farm. Come nose to nose with sharks and other predators of the sea.

Trip Itinerary

Day 1 – Arrive in Georgetown Grand Cayman

Your guide will meet you upon arrival in Georgetown. Here you will take a guided tour of Georgetown and Seven Mile Beach.

Day 2 – Coral Gardens and Stingray City

This morning the group will go through an introductory marine science program that discusses coral biodiversity and marine habitats with a focus on symbiotic relationships. You will then take your first shallow water snorkel expedition in an area called the Coral Gardens. After lunch, snorkel with the giant southern stingrays at the famous Stingray City. In the evening you will partake in a night wade.

 Day 3 – Snorkel at the Devil’s Grotto

The group will head out this morning to snorkel at the Devil’s Grotto. Here your group will snorkel among canyons of coral studying spur and groove formations. Journey through these amazing caves and canyons formed by large boulder corals.

Day 4 – Snorkel the Wreck Called Oro Verde

Take a journey to the amazing wreck of Oro Verde that is covered by coral. You can see patches of corals, sponges and gorgonians all over the ship. Groupers, grunts, small sharks, turtles and a variety of other large marine wildlife can be spotted all around the wreck. In the afternoon explore Olde Georgetown followed by dinner and a time of reflection on the day’s activities.

 Day 5 – Rum Point Kayaking

This morning the school group will explore the beautiful west end of Grand Cayman. Here you will explore the blowholes, spend time at Rum Point and kayak the grass flats. You and your guide will collect and study species that make the sea grasses their home. Your local marine scientist will discuss the coral reef preservation and the need to protect this fragile environment. Take part in a beach clean-up project to help reduce stress on this marine ecosystem.

 Day 6 – Journey Home

If time permits before your flight, explore some of the craft shops near your hotel and purchase souvenirs.

Sample the hotels we use in the Caymans

Please note, this trip is available for scuba divers as well.

Itinerary subject to change due to circumstances beyond our control including availability with vendors, weather conditions and flight schedules.


  • Snorkel with Stingrays and interact with them at Stingray City
  • Dive the wreck Oro Verde and Russian Frigate, covered in coral
  • Check out the Light house in East End Lighthouse Park
  • Kayak Rum Point
  • Explore Seven Mile Beach and Georgetown


Qualified trip leader – Accompanying each expedition is a diverse team of experts from naturalists to regional specialists who will share their knowledge and insights on the wildlife, landscapes and local culture. Your guide is with the group 24/7 and also staying with you at the same hotel
Daily reflections lead by your tour leader
Overnight stays are in hotels with private bathrooms rated 4 star or more on Trip Advisor
All Meals are included but please note: On arrival day only dinner is provided; on departure day, only breakfast is provided
Tour Journal, T-shirt and Luggage tag
Note: Tour cost does not include airline-imposed baggage fees, or fees for any required passport or visa.