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Cayman is most famous for it’s ocean related activities BUT… there is so much more to Cayman than just the sea. The rich tropical biodiversity means the flora and fauna is really stunning and there are several tours and places to visit that are genuinely impressive. Cayman also has a heritage and culture that spans hundreds of years, and is influenced by a range of cultures, including Jamaican and British. There is a lot to explore on land, as well as enjoying the stunning crystal blue waters.

BOTANIC PARK

The Grand Cayman Botanic Park is a woodland preserve. 40 acres of the 65 acre Cayman Islands 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 and the Woodland Trail passes through a wide variety of habitats and plant communities.

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CAYMAN ISLANDS BREWERY

Caybrew is the new and immensely popular 100% locally produced beer of the Cayman Islands. Having undergone a complete overhaul of their former brewery, Caybrew employed the services of Brewtech GmbH, a German consultancy firm that specializes in the design, construction and modernization of breweries.

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CAYMAN TURTLE FARM & BOATSWAINS BEACH

Experience the rich history of Caymanian life in a fun and safe environment while providing opportunities to observe and interact with everything from sharks to butterflies and native flora and fauna. The new expanded facilities at Boatswain’s Beach ensure visitors continue to learn more about these amazing sea creatures as well as our new additions including the predators, birds, caiman, and other exciting creatures.

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MASTIC TRAIL

Located in Breakers in Grand Cayman, the Mastic Trail passes through a 2 million year old woodland area. It will take the average person approximately 3 hours to walk the entire Mastic Trail round trip. The Mastic Trail elevation begins at 10 feet and rises to a whopping 60 feet, which is (the highest elevation on Grand Cayman. The tour is guided tour by the Cayman Island National Trust – or anyone in reasonably good health with some sense of direction can easily walk the trail on their own.

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PAMPERED PONIES

Professional horse back riders will lead your private group through the woods along the north coast beaches of West Bay, then on to a deserted sandy beach that runs for miles. The horses will even take you out into the water for a trip around the end of the island and from there, up to Morgan’s Harbour on the North Sound.

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PEDRO ST JAMES CASTLE

The History of Pedro’s Castle is by far one of the more impressive stories to be told in the Cayman Islands. Grand Cayman’s Pedro’s Castle soars three stories with 18 inch thick stone walls. So large that the Great House at Pedro Point dwarfed the surrounding single-level “wattle-and-daub” dwellings that were its neighbours in 1780. The massive size of Pedro’s Castle was accentuated by sweeping verandas, large shuttered windows, and English slate adorning its roof and floors.

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