Letting Your Imagination Run Wild in Hell in West Bay, Grand Cayman
In Grand Cayman, Dante's Inferno comes to life in the form of jagged, black limestone formations that rise from dark, still waters. This creepy but artful landscape, which you cannot trek on but instead view from platforms, deserves its name: many of the rocks, some resembling stalagmites, are sharp and menacing. The entire site looks like the ruins of a Gaudi masterpiece (think the Sagrada Familia in fragments)—or the geological beginnings of a cavernous, deadly lair. Whatever you envision, Hell—as the locals proudly call it—is undoubtedly macabre, as is the small, old white house adjacent to it that doubles as a souvenir shop.
Editor's Note: Princess Cruises invited Cheri Lucas on an all-expenses Caribbean cruise with #followmeatsea. We asked her to veer off-the-beaten path and behind the scenes to see what she could find.