Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park Opened in 1994


Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park Opened in 1994, Cayman’s Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park has already gained an international reputation as a premier tropical show garden, featuring botanical displays, colour gardens, nature walks and natural wetlands. Approximately 50% of Grand Cayman’s native plants can be found naturally in the sprawling 65-acre property which is also home to a variety of wildlife including native and migratory birds, many of them visible in the trails and gardens. Stroll between stone walls to the Heritage Garden with its old-time Caymanian home and sand garden; or take in the Floral Colour Garden with horticultural plantings from throughout the tropics. Shut the world out on the Woodland Walking Trail among towering trees and fragile ferns, or simply sit and be one with nature. A natural soothing, tropical refuge, yours to enjoy