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| West Bay, Grand Cayman
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Reviewed 28 March 2017 via mobile

We stopped here on the way to the turtle farm. It's a fun place to stop for a short visit. Behind the post office is a short walk way with very interesting scenery. Make sure you take the walk. It's a short walk but worth...More

Thank Nicole B
Reviewed 28 March 2017

Quirky marketing of a small area on Grand Cayman where they have black cinder stalagmite looking rock formations, which they theorize is what hell might look like. For a fun photo op you can stick your head through a plywood cutout so you look like...More

1  Thank PaTravelfan
Reviewed 26 March 2017

This had to be the most over-hyped place on the island. It's just rocks!!! Lot's of junk for sale that says "You Went to Hell and cam back". AVOID AT ALL COSTS!!!! Tourist trap.

Thank gdcwilliston
Reviewed 26 March 2017

This is an attraction of an old aruptted volcano...which looks very eerie but affective. I have no idea what hell looks like, but it looks very creepy. I have no idea what it looks like at night, I would not have expected this on such...More

Thank Valrose B
Reviewed 26 March 2017 via mobile

Ok, the name is funny, there are a few signs, a post office and a gas station. On grand cayman island there is just so much more to do than this .......don't waste a lot of time or feel you must go there.

Thank Ctkjjk1
Reviewed 26 March 2017 via mobile

It will take about 30 seconds before you are bored. Don' t waste your time, unless you just happen to be driving by.

Thank Christina P
Reviewed 25 March 2017

This small tourist attraction is definitely a tourist trap, but fun to see on your first trip around Grand Cayman. It's basically a small crop of old coral that has turned black and looks like "hell." There are a few souvenir shops that sell the...More

Thank scott9Caledon
Reviewed 22 March 2017

Nothing here to see besides some ugly rocks and cheap souveneirs. Don't waste your time, literally three stores claiming to be hell in the middle of a road selling cheap junk.

Thank smntk3
Reviewed 22 March 2017

Yes it's a tourist trap. Yes it's corny. Yes when you get your passport stamped, they say Now get the Hell out of here. But it was fun. The roosters are crowing in Hell. There is an iguana climbing trees in Hell. And the devil...More

1  Thank SGW123
Reviewed 21 March 2017

Small tourist trap usually included in part of the ships shore excursions. Not much to see only a bunch of rocks and a gift shop. Only neat thing is sending a postcard to your friends from Hell. Post office stamp shows Hell on the stamp.

Thank liz S
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23 September 2017|
Response from Elizabeth S | Reviewed this property |
The bus ride was quite pleasant. We enjoyed it very much. Everyone was so gracious.
6 September 2017|
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Response from Elizabeth V | Reviewed this property |
Oh, please don't spend your time that way! It is just an interesting thing for a quick stop if you are driving by anyhow -- I would go to the beach, take one of the boat tour options, if you don't want to do the water thing... More
14 March 2017|
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Response from HLarkin | Reviewed this property |
Hi, The stores accept U.S. currency & credit cards. All the shops in port do as tourists are a huge part of their economy.