The gardens are a lovely, tranquil oasis with many exotic species of plants to view as you wander the paths. We also got very close views of three resident blue iguanas, native to Grand Cayman and a protected species. The garden staff were very knowledgeable about all of the vegetation and wildlife on display. A great 2 hour visit.
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