Nowadays, green environment with trees & animals is so important to every people, especially when you live in the urban. For many, the main draw of the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park is its incredible gardens & it owns the name of famous Queen in UK. It’s a special place to visit, you will see vibrant colors and decorative arrangements. Each garden here has its own unique features and characteristics that make exploring the park an adventure!
Rare, beautiful flowers line expertly landscaped ponds and lakes. We recommend stopping by the Visitor Centre to get a guide of all the plants and animals you might see
This tour helps a traveler discover the unique heritage and culture of Cayman via the lovingly restored window into the 18th century that’s only a 20-minute drive from George Town.
It also enables a visitor to learn more about the local flora and fauna and see the very rare and almost extinct Blue Iguana.
Once considered a species facing extinction just two decades ago, blue iguanas are now breeding successfully in the Cayman Islands! If you want to see them during your stay at The Ritz Carlton Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman, you will most likely encounter them at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park. Keep a lookout for them roaming around the area!
Watch the Butterflies
Blue iguanas aren’t the only unique creatures in this park! You will be treated to a variety of butterflies fluttering from bloom to bloom. These gorgeous insects add an element of magic to your experience. There are more than 60 different types here; everywhere you look, you can delight in the brilliant colors that float across the sky.
You also have chance to view the other animals
And the special water lily swamp
There will be free tours, items on sale and activities running all day to keep everyone occupied. Kids will love the games, crafts and magic show on offer while the parents shop for plants and baked goods. When you are feeling peckish, you can buy a plate of local food and wash it down with beverages on sale.