Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park

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Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park includes about 300 native plant species, including many orchids. Most of the orchids are in bloom from late May to June. The park is also home to elusive iguanas, as well as parrots and other birds. Several marked trails run through the lush terrain and take you along the park's diverse flora. One of these trails is the Mastic Trail, which meanders through the old-growth forest that used to be an important source of timber for early settlers.

Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park is about halfway between the eastern edge of North Sound and the eastern coast of Grand Cayman Island, 23 km east of George Town.


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