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The Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon is pleased to partner with tour operators and tourist attractions to offer special discounts to our runners.  Please see some of them below.  We are continually working to update this page with more options for you.



Captain Marvin's aim is to give top quality stingray/snorkel tours, island tours, and fishing charters. The company was established in Grand Cayman in 1951 by Capt. Marvin Ebanks, who is the 'granddaddy' and founder of snorkel trips to the Stingray City sandbar. They are the original stingray-friendly watersports company on the island. Visit their website here and make sure you mention the Cayman Islands Marathon and show your proof of registration to receive a 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT on tours. 




George started "George's Watersports" in 2014. Originally, the company offered kayak tours, but as time passed, it moved to paddle board rentals and boat tours. Now tours include an exciting 5-stop stingray eco tour that takes customers to Stingray City, Starfish Point, snorkeling on Barrier Reef, Rum Point and the mangrove forest, all in a single tour.  Visit George's Watersports website here, and get a 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT when you mention the Cayman Islands Marathon.




Don Foster's Dive was established in 1982 and is one of the island's most respected dive operations. Their waterfront location features spectacular shore diving or snorkeling opportunities and is adjacent to Devil's Grotto, one of Grand Cayman's most famous shore dives. With a fleet of 6 spacious boats, Don Fosters's offers daily 2 tank dives, 1 tank dives, Kittiwake wreck dives, Stingray City dives and fantastic guided night dives from shore to their house reef, Casuarina Point. Instruction available from Introductory Scuba courses to full Open Water Dive up to Divemaster certification.  Click here to visit Don Foster's website and mention the Cayman Islands Marathon to get a 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT on dive and snorkel services. This would include 2-tank dives, Discover Scuba courses, 1-tank dives, including the Kittiwake dive and snorkel.





Situated in a lush tropical forest in North Side, Grand Cayman, Cayman Crystal Caves is the island’s newest nature tourist attraction.  All visitors receive guided walking tours. Tours are approximately 1 ½ hours and take you through the surrounding tropical forest area and 3 caves spectacular. Click here to visit the Cayman Crystal Caves website. Show proof of your registration for the race when purchasing your tickets and get a 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT on entry for TWO PEOPLEOffer available from Friday, 30 November 2018 to Sunday, 9 December 2018 ONLY.



Deep Blue Divers Cayman is the premier dive operator and certification center in Grand Cayman. Owner and Master PADI Instructor Nick Buckley has been diving in Cayman and delivering scuba diver certifications for 20 years. Voted 2012’s Best Dive Operator for Cayman Diving and Scuba Diver Certification by DESTINATION CAYMAN, Deep Blue Divers has small boats and highly knowledgeable PADI Instructors for all your scuba diver certification needs. Get your open water or advanced dive certification in amazing dive locations like Grand Cayman's most recent wreck, the USS Kittiwake, or world-famous dive site Stingray City! Visit Deep Blue Divers Cayman's website here.  If you mention the Cayman Islands Marathon, you'll get a 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT off diving services.





The Cayman Islands are one of the top scuba diving destinations in world, and with Atlantis Submarines, you don't have to be a scuba diver to experience the underwater world. The 48 passenger Atlantis Submarine offers a unique option by which anyone seeking things to do in the Cayman Islands can experience the underwater world. Atlantis Submarines is pleased to offer a 30 PER CENT RESIDENT DISCOUNT off rack rates to visiting runners with proof of marathon registration. Atlantis tours can be viewed on the website here. Reservations can be made online and the discount will be applied at time of check-in.





The National Trust has been "Protecting the future of Cayman's heritage" since its inception in 1987. The Trust is a not-for-profit NGO created to preserve the history and biodiversity of the Cayman Islands.  Through education and conservation they work to protect environmentally sensitive and historically significant sites across all three Cayman Islands. Tours include the Mastic Trail, Blue Iguana Safari, Mission House and Paradise Discovered.  These tours are already very affordable as the Trust's aim is not to make a profit but simply raise funds to help support its conservation programmes.  They are definitely worth your time.  Visit the National Trust's website here for more information.