Grand Cayman Culture & Education
The Cayman Islands are rich in culture and offer many fun and educationally rewarding experiences.
Pedro’s Castle is a century old reconstructed (to extraordinary detail) slave plantation, once the home of Cayman Islands government. Botanic Park offers miles of trails through lavish well-groomed trails and grounds filled with local and regional flora, fauna and critters, including critically endangered Blue Iguana, which are endemic to Grand Cayman and exist nowhere else on the planet. The museum in George Town features antique sea and land faring exhibits.
Cayman Turtle Farm is a cultural exhibit unto itself, with dozens of acres dedicated to local wildlife and reconstructed architecture and culture from years past, plus of course the opportunity to interact with thousands of fun sea turtles, as well as snorkeling in one of the largest man-made ocean habitats in the world. Regardless of weather and sea conditions, the snorkeling is always exceptional at Cayman Turtle Farm, and sighting turtles are guaranteed.