Swim With Turtles & Witness the Vibrant Marine Life of Grand Cayman

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Visit exhibits & other animal attractions at Cayman turtle centre. Explore the exhibits like breeding pond, Caribbean aviary, turtle lagoon, butterfly garden and more. Know more : https://www.turtle.ky/explore/exhibits-animal-attractions/

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Aquatic Adventures

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Welcome to the Cayman Turtle Centre Cayman Turtle Centre was established in 1968 as Mariculture Ltd. by a group of investors from the United States and Great Britain as a facility to raise the green sea turtle, Chelonia mydas, for commercial purposes. The intention was to supply the market with a source of product that did not deplete the wild populations further. By releasing turtles and facilitating research, any harm created by removing turtles and eggs from the wild would be mitigated. Cayman's largest land-based attraction , Cayman Turtle Centre: Island Wildlife Encounter hosts more than 200,000 visitors each year. Educational, cultural and entertainment programmes are consistently being created and updated to enhance the experience that can only be found at our world renowned attraction.

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The Green’ s Breeding Pond Turtle Touch Tanks Smiley’s Saltwater Lagoon Breaker’s Lagoon Predator Reef Caribbean Free Flight Aviary Turtle Lagoon Butterfly Garden Cayman Street Blue Hole Nature Trail Read More Exhibits & Animal Attractions

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Breaker’s Lagoon Cool off and relax at Breaker’s Lagoon – the largest swimming pool on island - which boasts two fun waterfalls and its own underwater viewing panel for another opportunity to peer into the fascinating predator tank! Coming soon: Turtle Twister Water Slide! This pool is named after the breakers off the eastern districts; these are shallow areas such as reefs where you can see waves break.

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Miss Teen Pageant's Contestants Explore & Learn About Our Centre Five contestants for the Cayman Islands Miss Teen Pageant, Angelina Brown, Amelia Lamie , Ashley Gooden, Save Parchment and Jada Brown visited Cayman Turtle Centre as part of their tour of the Cayman Islands. Ms. Stephanie Scott, Chairperson of the Miss Teen Committee explained the purpose of the tour: “Today the young ladies are on their Cultural Tour; because part of being Miss Teen means that you have to have an understanding about your country and what your country offers, because you are an ambassador for your country.” Read More

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Our Staff i s Nominated f or t he CITA Stingray Awards a nd Shortlisted f or t he Governor’s Conservation Award Cayman Turtle Centre staff nominated for the Cayman Islands Tourism Association’s Stingray Awards and shortlisted for the Governor’s Conservation Award. Cayman Turtle Centre: Island Wildlife Encounter is pleased to announce that three of its staff has been nominated for the Cayman Islands Tourism Association (CITA) awards. Tim Adam, the Centre’s Chief Executive Officer, has been nominated in the ‘Manager for Allied & Transportation’ category, while Rebecca Bush has been nominated for ‘Employee’ in the same category, and Shona McGill has been nominated in the ‘Rising Star’ category. Read More

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TripAdvisor Review Know More

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Park Map

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Phone +1(345)949-3894 Email info@turtle.ky Website www.turtle.ky Address : 786 Northwest Point Road, West Bay, PO Box 812 Grand Cayman, KY1-1303, Cayman Islands. Opening Hours : 8:00am to 5:00pm Contact Us

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