Cayman Islands National Flower in Bloom at Botanic Park

The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park is pleased to share that the Cayman Islands’ national flower is in bloom!  The “Wild Banana Orchid” is an endemic species of orchid found only in our islands. There are two varieties; Myrmecophila thomsoniana var. thomsoniana originates from Grand Cayman and Myrmecophila thomsoniana var. minor originates from the sister islands, Cayman Brac and…
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Pirates and Volunteers Celebrated

(Grand Cayman, February 25, 2019 - The Pirates Week Festival office held its annual Appreciation Reception on Saturday night (February 23rd) celebrating the tireless work of those who provide support to help the festival office celebrate the traditions of Pirates Week while sharing Caymanian culture with visitors from all over the world. “For more than…
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Go Coco-NUTS with Coco Fest

Savannah, Grand Cayman, February 5, 2019– Pedro St. James is looking forward hosting its fourth annual Coco Fest – a celebration of all thing’s coconut – this Saturday from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Coco Fest is a grassroots event which began in 2016 to celebrate the local Cayman coconut – a bountiful food source…
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Work Begins on Children’s Garden

[Education Centre is first phase of Children’s Garden’s Construction] [Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands – December 14, 2018] The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park has commenced the construction of the Rotary Education Centre, which sits on the site of its newest attraction, the Children’s Garden. The projected construction time for the Rotary Education Centre will be…
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