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Crystal Cave in Old Man Bay

A new cave tourism attraction could be open in North Side before the end of the year.

Landowner Christian Sorensen aims to begin running guided nature tours of the cave system and surrounding area starting in November.

He has applied for planning permission for a toilet block, security center and snack shop at the site, which will be known as Crystal Caves. Mr. Sorensen said the aim is to start with a small-scale nature tourism operation, offering tours of three of the caves.

He said there are more than 100 caves in the system, and there is potential to expand the scope of the attraction if it proves successful.

“What’s nice about this is we have the land area as well, which is very scenic. There are three caves that are easily accessible, and the surrounding area and cave entrances are quite spectacular,” Mr. Sorensen said.

One of the caves has a lake inside, and all have stalactites and stalagmites. Similar cave attractions in Bermuda and Barbados have proved popular with tourists.

Mr. Sorensen intends to charge around US$30 for a guided tour lasting around an hour and 15 minutes.



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Rhonda Leavitt

Rhonda Leavitt is co-owner of Grand Cayman Villas & Condos. She has been enjoying the beauty and fun of Grand Cayman for the last twenty years through family vacations with her four (now grown) children and her husband, Jim. She wants to share her knowledge of the island’s best with you!