My 3rd trip to the Caymans and my 3rd time out to stingray city. Best tour yet, very friendly, funny and a very informative Crew! All the crew where in the water with you helping you hold and feed the stingray. No crew member was there taking pro photos to try to sell to you on the trip back! If ya had a camera they where more then happy to help. A great experience, a great way to start your day!
Moby Dick Tours - Stingray City
Stingray City Tours Trips Excursions - Grand Cayman - Cayman Islands.
We were picked up curbside at our hotel as advised by Peter our driver who provided a nice commentary along the way to the boat. Upon our arrival Mark and Nicholas our crew were waiting for us. Nicholas provided a beginnners to Stingrays for the group which was quite funny. Snorkelling was our first stop and even though it was wavy it was quited enjoyable. As we were a small group they were able to provide more one on one when we reached Stingray City which is a sandbar close to the reef. They assisted all of us in handling and feeding the stingray which had no problem approaching us. They were very funny but knowledgeable and courteous.
Scam company. They are still booking tours when their boat is broken. Upon getting to the boat, we It's alway's interesting how We have been to Grand Cayman six times and every time we take a trip to Sting Ray City and this is our second time going with Moby Dick the crew is always super friendly, knowledgeable and make your day so fun!
The island itself is horse-shoe shaped opening to the north, with the barrier reef crossing the opening of the horse-shoe, creating a huge expanse of clear, calm, shallow water. Just inside the reef, at the widest point of the Sound, about a third of the way across between Rum Point and Barkers Beach, is a sand bar, where the water is waist deep. It was here that fishermen of the past would discard the unwanted parts of their catch once they reached the calm waters of the Sound through a natural channel in the reef. The Stingrays would congregate to take advantage of this easy meal, over the years learning that this was a great place to come and be fed, and to associate the engine noise of a boat with feeding time. In time, it became known as Stingray City.