Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Garden – A TOURIST IN THE CARIBBEAN

Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Garden

The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Garden is an outdoor garden and wildlife facility in Grand Cayman, owned jointly by the Cayman Island government and the National Trust for the islands, a group dedicated to preserving the natural environments of the Cayman Islands.  A beautiful 65-acre park with woodland walking trails, beautiful flowers, lake, wetland for water life and an orchid boardwalk, the garden is just a unique blend of natural beauty. The Park is designed into a group of Gardens arranged by colors, pink, lavender, green red, etc.  In addition to the beautiful flora and fauna in the garden, there’s also a beautiful Woodland Trail about a mile long where you can admire the garden’s natural vegetation. There is also a 2-acre lake with an adjacent wetland that is home to local and foreign birds, that attract many bird watchers from around the world.

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