Grand Cayman Turtle Farm


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Jun 30, 2004
There will be 13 of us and we would like to go to the Turtle Farm. I've seen it's been rebuilt since I was there last and now looks like it has a marine park as well.

I can't find a tour that just goes there. So here are my questions.

- Are there any tours for just the Turtle farm that include transportation from the pier?

- If not, what's the best way to get there? Should we get a cab and head over there?

- Is it worth it to do the marine park as well? It's quite a bit more money ($18 for turtle farm or $55 for farm and park).

Any ideas/opinions?

Lollipop's Mom

<font color=teal>Special trip with your little one
Feb 26, 2004


Earning My Ears
Jan 19, 2008
just returned from there from the western 7 day on the magic. we used nativeway watersports for the stingray and island tour. they were great and will pick you up at the pier. we were not all that impressed with the turtle farm didnt do the marine park but it did not look all that great.


Earning My Ears
Jan 26, 2007
In may we took a Carnival Western Cruise out of Tampa (not bad) and were in port with the Magic. We went with Captain Marvin's and went to Hell/Turtle Farm. You take the tender and then go through the port and walk to the left to their Waterfront Centre. You sign in and then take a bus to Hell with a cool guide discussing buildings and then to the Turtle Farm to view the turtles, etc. The cost was $30.00 per person cash or 5% more for using credit cards. We had a good time in a small group.



DIS Veteran
Sep 27, 2004
I was thinking of taking a cab there and then going to Royal Palm beach after the farm. I also read mix reviews on the turtle farm but was interested because I love turtles. Is it worth going if we just want to see the farm? Thanks !!!!:cool1: :cool1:


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