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Hell Visit, Shopping and Beach Escape from Cayman...
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The rocks are neat to see, sending the postcards from here is a cute idea. Not much else here besides a couple small gift shops,

Thank Susan M
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Before heading to Seven Mile Beach on our cruise stop in Grand Cayman, we had to make a stop at Hell to get our passports stamped, buy some souvenirs and send some postcards from Hell back to our kids in the US.

It was a lot of fun ... the actual waste area behind the gift shop was kind of cool and there were several large iguanas hanging out in the trees near the viewing area. And while in the gift shop looking for t-shirts, we got to meet the Devil! Actually, it was the owner Ivan Farrington, who dresses as the Devil and greets his customers. He popped out of the back room and told my wife "I've been waiting for you!!" We got a good laugh out of it and took some pictures with him.

The whole thing only took about 15 minutes and it's close to the beach, so it was well worth the trip. I mean, come on, who wouldn't want to go home and tell their friends that they've been to Hell and Back!!

Thank Southernfried4
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Interesting geologic formation, actually formed by rocks, not volcanoes. Pretty slow in June, so go in where the little shops are - it's always open. If you miss seeing this while on Grand Cayman, don't worry. The fish are better!

Thank Jodi S
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The coolest part about this place is that you get to say you've been to hell. There is gift shop to buy your hell merchandise and a post office to send a letter from hell. The rock formations are behind the stores and you can see why it is called hell. There is not much to do other than that. If you are in Grand Cayman, just spend less than 30 minutes here and go to some other sites,

Thank Mikaela O
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

In theory this would be an interesting place to visit, but in reality it was not worth the effort to get there. The landscape itself was mildly interesting, but it contained alot of garbage which detracted from the view. While the shops were somewhat unique it was basically just a tourist trap. Area could have been done better.

Thank Kevin A
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