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Bodden Town Pirates' Caves

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277 Bodden Town Road., Grand Cayman
+1 345-947-2090
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27 Mar 2018
“Terrible food.”
21 Mar 2018
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277 Bodden Town Road., Grand Cayman
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Reviewed 27 February 2013

There are many animals and fish here and you may have a parrot on your shoulder. The caves have bats but they are 100% harmless. Great opportunities for photos and memories. This place is a great place to go to in Grand Cayman. It is...More

Thank Randy W
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Reviewed 26 February 2013

I understand how some would feel the animals could be better cared for. But since many are rescue, I'm sure they'd rather be there than dead. My kids enjoyed it and the owner was very pleasant. His son took my kids thru many parts of...More

Thank ODDave1
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Reviewed 24 February 2013

The weather was not the best so we had to find something to do on land. Pirates Caves in Bodden Town is a casual, local zoo-like experience. They rescue animals. You can hold the birds and see lots of exotic chickens, peacocks etc. It doesn't...More

Thank Laura L
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Reviewed 24 February 2013

Nice low key attraction. Lots of rescued animals. Lots of care and concern about local businesses, people and animals. Welcomes any left over food and toiletries to feed to the animals and donate to the less fortunate. The bat cave was really cool.

Thank Jennifer P
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Reviewed 6 January 2013

The only reason I wanted to write a review of this place is to let people know that they do take donations of food/ toiletries/ clothes, whatever you might have bought on your trip that you won't be taking home with you, stuff you'd otherwise...More

1  Thank Ken F
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Reviewed 27 October 2012

I've just returned from a visit to Grand Cayman. Maybe the owner of this place should just stick to the caves and give the animals to a proper wildlife park/zoo. The animals (hardly 'exotic' by the way) are kept in tiny, rotting cages made of...More

1  Thank happytripper15
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Reviewed 22 October 2012

The lack of funds was obvious and depressing. The few creatures were miserable wallowing in their own crap. The agoutis, shy and nocturnal by nature had a tiny cage and nowhere to hide for example and filth and food vyed for space in most cages....More

1  Thank luckyluciano3
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Reviewed 29 September 2012

What a rip-off! The mini zoo is a collection of tiny cages and animals that race to the food trough hoping you've brought them something. The nature walk weaves 20' away from the main path with a few plants labeled. The cave is tackily decorated...More

1  Thank traveling_smiles
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Reviewed 17 August 2012

While we were advised not to go here we took it upon ourselves to check it out anyway. The people running this were very nice and hospitable (mind you have yet to meet someone not hospitable on the island) our tour began by a 9...More

1  Thank Webbyt1979
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Reviewed 16 August 2012

This was like visiting the Cayman version of Sanford and son. One cave and a bunch of sad poorly kept farm animals. The cave was full of second hand halloween props. I can't imagine anyone could have really enjoyed this.

1  Thank Laurin B
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