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Greetings everyone, We would like to inform everyone that the Underground Pirates Caves is under a new management commenced June 1first of 2018, And is now featuring in the property. Pirates Eatery Restaurant, a small hand local made gifts shop, a...more
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277 Bodden Town Road. Pirates caves | Pirates Caves, KY1-1602, Grand Cayman
We stumbled upon the pirate caves and my son was very excited. It was a little boys dream to see a real pirate cave. It was set up with pirate booty laying on the ground with fake gold and skulls. You actually walk into the...More
This place at one time, was pretty amazing. With a small zoo in the back, and the pirate cave. The cave had fun things you would expect to see in a pirate cave, with treasure chests, skulls, fake gold (live bats)!
Yes, I know for...More
Yes for all purposes this is closed. However, we went in 2013 and while in need of repair and attention, it does give an account of the history if not only the geography of Grand Cayman. Too bad, we would have gone again.
Although where bad, I still visited pirate cave because I don't always believe them. It was worst the any review.
2 min walk for 10 CU, which showed animal with no food no water and no pleasure. And there is no real cave, it's a...More
First, we (mom, dad and 4 year old) had a great time. Pirates Cave makes no pretense, but the animals were well cared for and the pens were clean. The cave was just spooky enough to be interesting. The grounds were well laid out, the...More
In the ten years or so that we have been diving at the East End of Grand Cayman, we have passed this by and said we needed to stop. This year we finally did. It is also called the Boddentown Zoo which consists of several...More
We were driving through, and we found it neat to look through. Yes, it's small and rundown and touristy, but it seemed like an old school roadside attraction, and trying to preserve some of Cayman's history. It was too hot to explore the nature trail,...More