RELAX WHILE VISITING THE STREETS OF GRAND CAYMAN ON 'TROLLEY ROGER'
An enjoyable open air adventure by tram on Trolley Roger that lasts one hour with a live commentary that tells us all about the secrets of the history of Grand Cayman. The happy crowd on board will then invade Smith's Cove, a charming bay where we can savour the fragrance of the Caribbean Sea.
What we will see
- Excursion on an open air bus
- Georgetown: panoramic view
- Short visit to the beach at Smith's Cove
What we will do
- Grand Cayman, an island whose history and folklore are centred around pirates and their mysterious treasure!
- Come on gang, let us go for a ride on Trolley Roger together with any little pirates who may be accompanying us in our cruise. We will then attack Georgetown, the capital city of Grand Cayman.
- We can relax and enjoy a comfortable ride around the streets of Georgetown on Trolley Roger with a running commentary on the history of the island and its colourful past delivered in a friendly humorous key.
- This wonderful open air tram will take us around the town to see more than 600 banks interspersed with some of the oldest buildings in Grand Cayman, the central park and the statue of the national hero, 'Mr. Jim' Bodden.
- We then go through the beautiful South Sound residential area, where we can see the island's traditional houses, surrounded by flowers and tropical trees.
- The commentary includes funny and interesting anecdotes about the island, its inhabitants, the first visitors who went there like Sir Francis Drake and Blackbeard, and legends about their hidden treasure.
- After a brief stop at one of the most popular beaches on the island, Smith's Cove, our journey continues on the panoramic road that winds its way along the coast up to 'Hog Sty Bay' and the port area, skirting round the beautiful McCoy's Villa, where we have the opportunity to take some photos of this house that has been magnificently restored with an elegant white and pink façade.
What you need to know
- We recommend that you book early because only a limited number of places are available.
- This excursion includes an English speaking guide.
- The trip is available to wheelchair users who can use the tram to go up and come down; the wheelchair will be placed in the vehicle.
- The return journey from the bridge to the tram station is approximately a 90 minute journey on foot.
- There are no child seats for children on the tram.