P.O. Box 203, North Side Grand Cayman KY1-1701 CAYMAN ISLANDS
Tel: (345) 947-9462 | email@example.com
WELCOME TO OUR PARK
The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park is a unique blend of natural beauty, culture and history.
Enjoy the simple elegance of a traditional Caymanian garden with the startling beauty of an exotic floral display. Spend an hour or two… or a full day!
One thing is certain, each of our visitors will leave with a greater appreciation for the delicate balance of nature and the dedicated care in it’s preservation.
COME AND FALL IN LOVE WITH CAYMAN’S NATURE, HISTORY AND BEAUTY.
Enjoy a leisurely walk through colorful gardens, botanic, lake and nature displays. Stroll through Heritage Garden, enjoy the Tea House with its panoramic views, and the lake area which forms a natural habitat for the Cayman Blue Iguana and breeding ground for a variety of rare aquatic birds and animals native to the Caribbean.
When Her Royal Majesty Queen Elizabeth II opened Grand Cayman’s Botanic Park in 1994, only the Woodland Trail was complete.In the ensuing years, the grounds have grown and developed into the full fledged world-class facility that is operating today.
The Annual Orchid Show is the Botanic Park major fund raising and it is eagerly anticipated by floral enthusiasts throughout the country.
In 2008, the Botanic Park was invited to design an entry for the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show, and the result was the Silver-award winning entry, The Heritage Garden. The following year we returned to Chelsea to improve on our first entry and as a result the ‘Cayman Islands Undersea Reef Garden’ achieved a gold medal in the show’s floral category, along with the President’s Most Creative Award
The Botanic Park is owned jointly by the Cayman Islands Government and the National Trust for the Cayman Islands a non-profit, statutory body dedicated to preserving natural environments and Places of historic significance in the Cayman Islands for present and future generations.
The Botanic Park is located in the district of North Side on Frank Sound Road.