Tourism

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The Cayman Islands are chalk full of things to do. Enjoy these tourism websites that we personally invite you to explore. Also, make sure to ask us about group rates and coupons available from our concierge.

Cayman Islands Department of Tourism

The official website of the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism.  
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Cayman Islands Turtle Farm

As one of Grand Cayman's main tourist attractions, the turtle farm has more than 300,000 visitors every year. Visitors may leisurely walk around tanks observing the green sea turtles from the tiniest hatchlings to the massive adults swimming in the breeding pond.
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Pedro St. James Castle

Pedro St. James Castle was built in 1780 by William Eden and has been completely restored to be the centre of this historic site. This great house is the Birthplace of Democracy in the Cayman Islands as the first government was formed in the building in 1831.
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Cayman Islands National Museum

Established as a place of learning and enjoyment, the Museum provides residents and visitors with a rich understanding of the Caymanian heritage through its exhibits and special activities.
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National Trust for the Cayman Islands

The National Trust for the Cayman Islands is a non-profit, statutory body with a mission: "to preserve natural environments and places of historic significance for present and future generations of the Cayman Islands." Find out how the Trust helps protect our beautiful island.
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Queen Elizabeth Botanic Park

A Woodland Preserve -- 40 acres of the 65 acre Botanic Park is preserved in its natural state with a 0.8 mile walking trail. It is estimated that 40% of Grand Cayman's native flora is growing in the Woodland Preserve. A must see when you visit Grand Cayman.
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