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National Trust Visitors Centre

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Dart Family Park | 558 South Church Street, George Town KY1-1205, Grand Cayman
+1 345-749-1121
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Bird watching info is found by contacting Stuart Mailer at the The National Trust website.

I strongly recommend Mr. Stuart Mailer of the National Trust of the Cayman Islands as guide for... read more

Reviewed 22 February 2018
tlgoldbin
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Chesterton, Indiana
Wonderful park for the kids

This park is very easy to locate when heading south on South Sound RD. There is plenty of parking... read more

Reviewed 6 November 2017
CAYTLien
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West Bay, Grand Cayman
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The National Trust Visitors Centre provides information, tours, events, books and souvenirs related to the preservation of natural environments and places of historic significance in the Cayman Islands.
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Dart Family Park | 558 South Church Street, George Town KY1-1205, Grand Cayman
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Reviewed 22 February 2018

I strongly recommend Mr. Stuart Mailer of the National Trust of the Cayman Islands as guide for the Caymans. My wife and I spent a very productive and enjoyable time bird watching with him recently. He is not only very knowledgeable about the birds but...More

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Reviewed 6 November 2017

This park is very easy to locate when heading south on South Sound RD. There is plenty of parking and the playground area is well enclosed for the kids to run around. My only drawback is there isn't a sandy beach area.

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Reviewed 7 October 2017

This is only a comment on the location, as it was closed on Sunday when we finally found it. The location, Dart Park, is in a residential area, a fairly long walk south of the cruise ship (center of town) terminal. We asked several locals...More

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Reviewed 16 March 2016

Found very helpful answers to our questions about the area. The park area surrounding the centre is very family friendly and has a great playground.

1  Thank 402cap
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Reviewed 29 February 2016

The lady who runs this centre is a true gem. She had a wealth of knowledge of the animal and plants here. We were so blessed by meeting her after we had walked here from the cruise port. Our son had a fabulous time learning...More

1  Thank stacicooperhoffmann
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Reviewed 17 March 2015

There are educational materials for sale so it appeals to those who want to learn the flora, fauna and history of the islands. It is like a working office so you won't get much attention from those who work there although if you ask, someone...More

1  Thank Cottontreebay
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Reviewed 27 April 2014

The National Trust Visitor Center is on the outskirt of George Town along the shoreline. We stopped by to check details about the Mastic Trail and Blue Iguana tour. The staff is very friendly and provided us a lot of information. The Mastic trail tour...More

4  Thank PeiT231
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Reviewed 25 March 2014

We had 3 couples with Stuart on a morning hike. Stuart was timely and very knowledgeable. The hike is easy - almost all flat ground with just a few small sections on ancient coral. Stuart sets a very easy pace and stops often to point...More

3  Thank HoustonFamily
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Reviewed 19 July 2013

I visited the centre after my tour of the Mastic Trail. The centre has a variety of books, gifts and maps available for purchase. I picked up a small book with pictures and descriptions of the wildlife that is native on the Mastic Trail.

2  Thank dana2013ballwin
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Reviewed 17 April 2013

Well located and surrounded by greenery. Availability of library and information from well-nformed staff. Gift shop has many interesting items.

1  Thank Winstonclive
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Elsa R
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Response from Cottontreebay | Reviewed this property |
My suggestion is for you to go onto the National Trust website (trip advisor does not allow websites in answers so google the National Trust for the Cayman Islands. They should be able to advise you.
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