My husband and I had originally planned to bicycle to Hell and back, but that did not happen. We took the public bus there and back.
We were able to make a leisurely visit, not limited by being just a 15-minute stop on island tours. We disagree with some other reviewers that Hell is worth only about 5 minutes of your time. It is true that one visit was sufficient.
Hell on Cayman Islands is very worthwhile visiting, in our opinion, for several reasons: the fascinating geological formation, the iguanas we saw, the cute little shops, the Hell Post Office, the 3 different viewpoints available, the touristic but fun cutouts for pictures, and 2 types of geocaches.
Our favorite shop was #2, owned by the spry and engaging Mabel. She has shirts, souvenirs, postcards, cold drinks, and more.
At the other shop we visited, they had even more stuff, and an enthusiastic staff, one of whom dressed as affable version of the devil, greets people.
There are interpretive plaques about the geology of the area, and a wonderful tree there as well.
A picnic table in the shade made for a great place to write post cards to mail in the Hell Post Office.
The Hell Post Office is small but very nice, with a friendly staff and really inexpensive postage stamps.
Probably most people would be happy with less than an hour there. We spent more time, but that's us.
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