Queen Elizabeth Ii Botanic Park, George Town

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  • Address: 367 Botanic Rd., Grand Cayman KY1-1701, George Town, Cayman Islands
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 03:30 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-3459473558
  • Ticket Price: 8 KYD
  • Tags: Outdoors, Trail, Biking Trail, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot, Nature
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About Queen Elizabeth Ii Botanic Park, George Town

Nature lovers, brace yourselves! 65 acres of nothing but indigenous vegetation beckons you. The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park has almost 2000 species of plants growing within its boundaries, each more unique than the next. Where there are so many plants, there is bound to be some wildlife. Exotic birds, freshwater turtles and lizards are just some of the sightings in store for you.

The best way to experience the Botanic Park is through their nature trails which allows you short walks through the highlights of the Park. Don’t miss out on the Blue Iguana Recovery Program here, where they strive toprotect the endangered reptile.

Queen Elizabeth Ii Botanic Park Information

  • Last admission is at 4:30 pm.

Queen Elizabeth Ii Botanic Park Ticket Prices

  • Children under 12 years of age are granted entry for free.

Restaurants Near Queen Elizabeth Ii Botanic Park

  • Rankin's Jerk Pit
  • Seaside Paradise
  • The Grape Tree Cafe

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Things to Know Before Visiting Queen Elizabeth Ii Botanic Park

  • 95% of people who visit George Town include Queen Elizabeth Ii Botanic Park in their plan

  • 75.7% of people start their Queen Elizabeth Ii Botanic Park visit around 11 AM - 12 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Queen Elizabeth Ii Botanic Park

Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Queen Elizabeth Ii Botanic Park

People normally club together Mastic Trail and Mission House while planning their visit to Queen Elizabeth Ii Botanic Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Queen Elizabeth Ii Botanic Park, George Town Reviews

  • This is the second time that my family and I have visited the Queen Elizabeth II Botanical Gardens. We enjoyed it both times but especially this year! We were able to go in and visit the Blue Iguana breeding program site. We thoroughly enjoyed the tour given by the gentleman that runs the program. We were able to see the Blue Iguanas up close. We also got an understanding of how the program strategically places the ones that they hatch out inside the gardens. The flowers were absolutely gorgeous! I have never seen so many shades of flowers in one Garden site. Also they have a great gift shop to pick up take me home keepsakes for family members. As well as I got a beautiful necklace for myself! Definitely a destination not to be missed if you're going to Grand Cayman!

  • Had a great time... kids were a little bored, but I guess that isn't really surprising. Looks like they are adding a more kid oriented area in the very near future, that will be a big bonus as the park is worth seeing. We were there just after opening in the morning and did not see many of the blue iguanas, the staff is very good tho and always willing to take a second to point things out to you no matter what they are doing!

  • A nice destination to spend a couple of hours learning about rare species of trees and plants that exist on the island as well as blue iguanas and their habitats. Friendly staff and very cheap price. 12.50USD per person. Tour around the place will take about 2 hours.

  • Well kept gardens with picnic area by the pond, cactus garden, colour garden, orchid trail, heritage garden and lots more. Some really big palms from around the world and lots to see. We spotted a parrot and a blue iguana so quite lucky there.

  • A great place to visit in Grand Cayman. Many of the trees blossom or fruit between April and July, so I didn't get to see them in November. Even so, it is one of the best botanical gardens I've visited. I was excited to see several iguanas and other reptiles while taking the self-guided walk through the gardens. A guided tour is also available, during which even more areas of the gardens are made accessible.

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