Optional Events & Activities
Stingray City and Reef
$120 per person
Depart Westin at 8 AM, Sail 8:30 AM to 12 PM
This 3.5 hour trip makes a first stop at the exciting Stingray Sandbar (3-4 feet deep), where guests will be able to stand or snorkel with friendly Southern Stingrays for approximately 45 minutes. On the second stop you can snorkel off beautiful coral reefs with brightly colored fish. There is a full cash bar on board and snacks are provided
Minutes from the sandy beaches of the Poipu Resort area, Kauai’s newest zipline tour thrills guests with 8 spectacular ziplines that soar over lush mountain valleys. Learn about ancient Island legends, such as stories about the Menehune, as you enjoy sweeping ocean and mountain views, edge-of-your-seat adventure, and bragging rights with your friends back home. Tour Includes: 2.5 hour tour, 8 zipline crossings, specially trained guides to outfit each guest with a customized seat harness and safety equipment, and instruction.
Cayman Kayak and Snorkel
$120 per person
Depart Westin at 8 AM, Tour 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Explore the tranquil beauty of Cayman’s ecologically sensitive coastal environments by kayak. A short, air-conditioned ride takes you to the Kayak staging area where you will meet your experienced guide. After a safety briefing and familiarization with the Kayaks in a shallow, protected area, you will set out on your expedition, exploring secluded shorelines, inlets, bird nesting areas, sea grass, and mangrove communities. Along the way, your guide will point out scenes of interest and describe the importance and interdependence of these fragile ecosystems with the surrounding coral reefs. You will also have the opportunity of getting in the water for a refreshing swim and snorkel around a healthy coral head. Snorkel equipment is provided at no extra charge. After returning to shore, the home journey takes you through one of Cayman’s most attractive residential communities.
Kayakers are on the water for approximately 2 hours and do not paddle the whole time. Stops are made as the guide points out areas of interest, and for in-water activities. The Kayaks are two person models, and are very maneuverable and stable. New and experienced kayakers are welcome! Safety vests are provided. It is suggested you bring sunscreen, sunglasses, and a cap.
Water and snacks provided. Tour Restrictions: Participants must be in good physical condition and fair swimmers. Please note that there is a maximum combined weight of 400 lbs per kayak. Children eight years and over are welcome. An adult must accompany each child under twelve years.
The tour is 3.5 hours inclusive of transfers. Guests are shuttled by bus to the South Sound dock where they will meet their guide and embark on their tour. This excursion is conducted within the protected South Sound reef.
Half Day Deep Sea Fishing
$325 per person
Depart Westin at 7:45 AM, Boat departs at 8 AM until 12 PM
The waters around Grand Cayman offer many types of fishing. Sunny Caribbean days, top quality vessels and captains who know where to find the biggest catch make fishing in Cayman a rewarding experience. Charters include crew, gear, tackle, and ice. Facilities include fighting chair, restrooms and partial shade on all boats. Although all fish caught belong to the captain, catch and release is the preferred method of fishing.
Land the big one! Seasonally caught species include Wahoo, Tuna, Mahi Mahi and Blue Marlin. Boats go no further than 12 miles offshore and lines are in the water 20 minutes after leaving the dock.
Half Day Scuba – 2 tank dive
$160 per person (includes equipment rental)
Depart Westin from the beach at 8 AM and return at 12 PM
Grand Cayman is known for its world class scuba diving and most notably for its shear drops known locally as the Cayman wall. The Island’s coral reefs surround the peak of an underwater mountain which drops off to the ocean floor thousands of feet beneath the surface. Hundreds of dive sites are located along the Cayman wall, the sheer vertical drop-off encircling the island. Our most popular dive sites are located on the West Wall just minutes from Seven Mile Beach. Conditions are typically excellent with water temperatures between 78 and 82 degrees year-round. Visibility ranges from 80 to 120 feet.
NOTE: All certified divers must present their certification cards prior to their dive and must have been diving within the past two years or complete a Refresher Course.