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Fat Fish Adventures – Cayman Islands

Fat Fish Adventures – Cayman Islands is a spectacular place you must visit while traveling in and around the Cayman Islands. This attraction offers much fun and excitement for the adventurer in all.

At Fat Fish Adventures you will find yourself surrounded by the beautiful turquoise waters of the Caribbean and all of its inhabitants. We provide the best service around offering private tours and shore excursions as personalized as your vacation needs them to be.

What to Expect

Fat Fish Adventures offers a variety of personalized tours and shore excursions. You can take our tour to Sting Ray City on wave runners or jet boats. You can rent a jet ski and we will deliver it to your hotel and pick it up as well. There are multiple fishing trips you can join as well as lobstering! Of course we offer snorkeling and customized shore excursions as well.

Hours of Operations

Fat Fish Adventures operates all year round sun up until sun down, and that’s when our night fishing begins! Due to its location there may be, from time to time, the rare situation of a hurricane or other bad weather causing the operations to shut down. Immediately following such unplanned circumstance, Fat Fish Adventures will be up and running. Certain adventures, such as lobstering, are seasonal (December-February) so please plan your trips accordingly.

Average Costs

Wave runner tours range from 100(single) – 200(triple) dollars. Jet boat tours are 100 hourly. Jet Ski rentals can cost you 70 dollars for ½ hour to $390 for full day, including pick up, drop off and fuel. Fishing trips range from $400 – $800 and lobstering will cost you $400. These trips include all supplies needed. Snorkeling is priced at $100 and hour. The prices are minimal compared to the experience you will leave with!

Know Before You Go

Fat Fish Adventures is located in George Town, Grand Cayman. All travelers will be expected to have a current, valid Visa or passport. The Cayman Islands have their own currency; however, the US dollar is widely accepted as is most major credit cards.