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Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park

#21 of 176 things to do in Grand Cayman Features Animals
Frank Sound Road | North Side, Grand Cayman, KY1 1701, Grand Cayman
+1 345-947-9462
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Home to orchids (in bloom late May through June) and elusive iguanas as well as parrots and other birds.
  • Excellent49%
  • Very good32%
  • Average15%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible1%
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“blue iguana” (291 reviews)
“color garden” (42 reviews)
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Frank Sound Road | North Side, Grand Cayman, KY1 1701, Grand Cayman
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+1 345-947-9462
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I have visited this place on numerous occasions over the last 15 years - but it is nowhere near as good as it was (or the adverts claim). There were no iguanas (something to do with keeping them protected from dogs) and the paltry Perspex...More

1  Thank jlvb0wden
Reviewed 1 week ago

We decided to check this out while in Cayman and glad we did! So many different species of plants & trees, but the best part was getting to see the Blue Iguana! He was beautiful but hiding and the grounds keepers were so nice to...More

Thank samiorobilio
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My only regret about visiting these lovely botanical gardens is that our East End tour didn't give us more time to spend here! The entrance provides you with insect spray. The areas are labeled and easy to view. There are so many beautiful plants! This...More

Thank JustineXSemple
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This place was neat to see and the trail took about an hour and a half to walk. If you came to the Cayman Islands for the beaches, this place is not for you because all you see is plants. They have removed all the...More

1  Thank karenej18
TAB C, Public Relations Manager at Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thank you for your review and feedback. It must be clarified that the Blue Iguana Recovery Programme is operated independently by the National Trust for the Cayman Islands, and not the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park. The programme's facility is located on the grounds of...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I’m sorry but if a Blue Iguana conservation site only has *1* they’re all in trouble! The gardens are indeed beautiful! You are walking around in an actual tropical jungle and at times swamp (no you’re not wading in it!). We hoped to see the...More

Thank UsuallyNotGrumpy
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

They was a lot of greenery, but not many flowering plants. Many palm trees. It was beautiful, but not what I expected. We spotted a few iguanas and even a small snake! This could be a wonderful attraction, but needs more oomph. This was a...More

Thank Diana_in_VA
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a nice botanic park. There were lots of cool plants to see, along with some animals (we saw birds, a turtle, a snake, and lizards). There are two options - a shorter walk through the park and a longer one - length is...More

Thank DaveK063
Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

We cycled to the Botanic Park from the Morritt's Resort. Having read previous reviews we were worried about insect bites, so we were prepared and had insect repellent on before we left and reapplied on arrival- no problem with insects and no bites! The gardens...More

Thank GDWillson180964
Reviewed 7 July 2017 via mobile

Yes, there are bugs here so come prepared. I didn't get bit, but others did. I suggest checking out the sand garden and tea house....beautiful. This is a must see location for folks who want to experience a little more culture while visiting the island.

Thank 316jamesbb
Reviewed 6 July 2017

We visited this place during the hottest time of the day...but it was still enjoyable. When we arrived the employees offered us some bug spray. Since we were staying on the North side we knew how bad the mosquitoes were and we did partake in...More

Thank jennz78
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Thotful_1
14 May 2017|
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Response from TAB C | Property representative |
Hello! Yes, we have golf trolleys at the Park that can take you around. Be sure to book in a guided tour in advance and let us know that you will be needing assistance so that we can be prepared for you. Remember that guided... More
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Alex K
13 October 2016|
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Response from TAB C | Property representative |
You can take the Public Bus from Seven Mile Beach to the George Town Bus Depot (lots of Public Buses pass Seven Mile Beach, approx every 10mins). At the George Town Bus Depot, hop on the East End Bus to the Botanic Park... More
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Sharon H
27 May 2016|
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Response from alxm13 | Reviewed this property |
It would probably take at least an hour, as it took almost that long coming from our hotel on Seven Mile Beach. There is often traffic at the port when ships come in, so make sure to account for that. I would suggest using... More
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