Disney Cruise – Grand Cayman

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  1. I want to go!! This place looks amazing. My son is a huge fan of Disney already and he loves animals. I think this place could be a winner!

  2. I’ve read a lot about Seven Mile Beach, I am so intrigued. That would definitely be in my itinerary if I were to visit the Grand Cayman. Checking out the sea turtles look like so much fun as well!

  3. yukti says:

    It must be fun for children. I have been to Disneyland and my children enjoyed it. So I can think of this for my younger boy as elder boy is big enough to enjoy this. Will surely do it for my younger one.

  4. Wow,what a beach! It is interesting hearing how places Las Tortugas got their name, but I wonder why it was named Hell? Anytime the name Disney is attached to something, you know it is going to be first class.

  5. Oh Disney do everything so well, that I can imagine a cruise to be just as magical as a day in the parks – and even more immersive! I haven’t been to the Caribbean, but a cruise there would be amazing – only made better by visiting the turtles. Such beautiful creatures!

    • NatalieTanner says:

      You are so right about that! Disney does everything wonderfully! The cruise was fun and the cruise ship was so clean. It really is the perfect cruise.

  6. I have visited Grand Cayman via Norwegian Cruise Line. It was like a paradise. I loved the weather a lot. However, I did not know about this Turtle Farm. I like to experience swimming with the marine animals. I also googled stingray. The first thing that came up was about injuries. Yikes! I still want to visit the Turtle Farm someday.

  7. asoulwindow says:

    16,000 sea turtles? Wow. Though I would like to see them from a distance and not pet them. Disney had been a childhood dream. I might have outgrown the dream but after reading your blog I am interested in visiting it.

    • NatalieTanner says:

      You are never too old for Disney! 🙂 It IS the happiest place on Earth – even their cruises!

  8. onlybyland says:

    It’s my dream to take my daughter on a Disney Cruise. I never really thought about the cruise ports and what to do there. Grand Cayman has plenty to do, she’d love the petting the sea turtles and the stingrays although I’d imagine she’d be scared at first!

    • NatalieTanner says:

      Disney is a fantastic destination for families. They put on a show like none other and the cruise ship was SO clean! They even handed out wipes as you entered the dining room.

  9. Reshma says:

    I so want to visit Disney World! Well, never too old for Disney, right? 🙂 I’m surprised to know it’s named after a crocodile! Loved the virtual cruise!

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