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Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park

1,373 Reviews

Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park

1,373 Reviews
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Superkatt wrote a review Sep 5
Sweden6,612 contributions696 helpful votes
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A big park which lies in the eastern part of Grand Cayman, so plan at least a couple of hours here! It takes about 45 min. to go by car from Georgetown, tickets can be bought at ticket office in the entrance building, you will also get a map of the park. Here is the only place where the blue iguanas native to the Cayman can be seen in the wild, the species is endangered now. As well a whole lot of different flora, birds and butterflies, an orchid park and a typical Cayman house are presented. In the botanical part of the park there are many places to sit and rest, so a day or half a day here is a good idea for leisure type travellers or nature photographers. Try not to hurry through it. The iguanas roam free around the park, the colorful parrots fly above, and sun shines. Best place to be in the nature surroundings at the Grand Cayman. By the entrance there is a shop with souvenirs and refreshments and WC, admission rates are 8 CI dollar, and no pets are allowed in the Park.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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MattZDC wrote a review Mar 2020
San Diego, California7 contributions5 helpful votes
Great break from the beach for a day if you need one. The blue iguanas are well worth the additional price and goes to helping save this endangered species only native to GC.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Dave L wrote a review Mar 2020
Wellington, New Zealand38 contributions24 helpful votes
Nice botanical gardens, was great to see Blue iguanas roaming around the grounds and seeing the Cayman native fresh water turtle swimming around the lake in the centre
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Unterleider wrote a review Mar 2020
Novo Hamburgo, RS703 contributions142 helpful votes
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Just go if you will spend long time in the island. We were in a cruise and it doesn’t worth to spend so much time to go there. The iguanas are really wonderful and beautiful animals. So it is beautiful the park, with very organized infrastructure. However there are just few things to see and depending on the time of the day, the iguanas could not be seen.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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travelforfun90 wrote a review Mar 2020
Columbus, Ohio102 contributions7 helpful votes
We came here on our trip to Cayman on a day that was quite windy and with intermittent showers so it was great to be inland instead of trying water activities. The garden is organized around different colored plants a green area, blue area, pink area, yellow area, etc. We loved seeing the different types of plants. We spotted several blue iguanas here (just out in the wild no guarantees) and also a pair of parrots (wild) and a snake. Be warned the tea house is a pagoda NOT a place to get food. Other than a few snacks in the gift shop they do not have a restaurant or cafe here. The signage to get there is limited so use your gps and pay attention if driving yourself.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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