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White Sand Water Sports located at the Reef Resort in East End offer a variety of excursion to keep you entertained all vacation long. Small group boutique style SCUBA diving, Two stop snorkel trips, Hobie Getaway sail snorkel safaris, jet ski wreck...more
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# 1 Queens Hwy | The Reef Resort, East End KY1-1800, Grand Cayman
We have been coming to The Reef since before White Sands was here and they have been such an added bonus to the resort. Their sunrise Stingray City trip with Chris is amazing! We also got to snorkel at the reef and I saw not...More
We met at dawn to go to stingray city and then out to the reef to snorkel! I literally, fed, held and kissed the stingrays! The guide was super and informative! We didn't even realize that snorkeling was part of the tour! This by far...More
We went on the "bio" tour in september 2018 and loved it! The guide was very nice and answered all questions from us and others in the group, we were seven persons. He also told us many interesting (historical) stories from cayman, about the stars,...More
If you go early, you'll beat the cruise ships and be the only boat in the water for your entire visit. The stingrays were just indescribable and I was a little nervous going in. The snorkeling was also beautiful. Like other reviewers, I can't say...More
I never write reviews for anything but this tour was too good not to share! Stingray City was the icing on the cake of our trip!. The most friendly creatures I've ever had the pleasure to endure! Chris our tour guide was very knowledgeable and...More
This my 3rd time doing this tour with captain Chris. The 7am tour is the best tour around. It is definitely worth getting up early for. When you arrive at stingray city you are the only boat there, ( later on in the day this...More
Ocean Frontiers recommended White Sands to us for a Sting Ray City and Snorkel trip on the north side of the island. We met Alan at White Sands. He was lovely!!! We booked our charter for Sunday morning leaving out of Kaibo. It was AMAZING!!...More
We went out with captain Chris and had an amazing time! 6 adults and a 4 and 6 year old. Kids absolutely loved feeding the sting rays! Had such a great time. Definitely on my must do list if we are back in grand Cayman....More
Get on the 7am boat with Captain Chris of White Sands. He is located at the dock next to Kaibo. Just drive past Rum Point approx. 1 mile. Kaibo is impossible to miss. We were the only group in Stingray City and had... More
Get on the 7am boat with Captain Chris of White Sands. He is located at the dock next to Kaibo. Just drive past Rum Point approx. 1 mile. Kaibo is impossible to miss. We were the only group in Stingray City and had perfect smooth water. Believe we had a total of 12 people on board.
The Rays were incredible and so hand-tame. Fantastic memory swimming with them. They responded to Chris who brought food for the Rays and we all had a chance to feed them. The Rays were eager to mingle with us because we were the first group to feed them. White Sands provides all snorkel gear and life vests. Use the vest as a floatation device while snorkeling “the Reef”. Perfect buoyancy to float and really appreciate the vast marine life. Works great!
After an hour or so, we left Stingray CIty and Chris took us to the “Reef” where we snorkeled in crystal clear water. When we returned to the dock, we passed by Stingray City, probably close to 9:30, there were 4 or 5 boats, with their groups in the water...pretty crowded. SO GLAD we missed all that drama.
Leaving the dock, we discovered the best Croissants and Cappuccino, part of Kaibo on the entire island.
Go early and have a fantastic time as we did
Anyone boarding a boat from the water during choppy conditions can be at risk, regardless of the safety features of the boat. It was very choppy when were out there as well, nearly choppy enough to cancel the tour (White... More
Anyone boarding a boat from the water during choppy conditions can be at risk, regardless of the safety features of the boat. It was very choppy when were out there as well, nearly choppy enough to cancel the tour (White Sands actually cancelled the tour the day before because of this, so they do care about visitors' safety out there). An accident of this type could certainly have happened to anyone. It's unfortunate, but it's the risk you take when you go on tours like this. While comparing it to slamming your finger in your car door might not seem appropriate or fair, it would probably be more like slipping on a patch of ice in your own driveway. It can happen, and be very damaging. Whose fault is it? I think Captain Chris was phenomenal and would advise people to not hold this one accident against them.