The Cayman Islands are home to myriad flora and fauna – including national items such as our Silver Thatch Palm (national tree), Wild Banana Orchid (national flower) and Cayman Parrots (national bird). The islands also boast mangrove forests and in Little Cayman we have the largest colony of Red-Footed Boobies in the Western Hemisphere. The 100- year-old Mastic Trail on Grand Cayman is a two-mile stretch that will take you on a journey back in time. Meanwhile, our sister island, Cayman Brac, is home to untouched beauty, as hikers can trek to the Bluff for spectacular sea views.

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