The Cayman Parrot Sanctuary offers a friendly, interactive and educational experience for the whole family. Come face-to-face with Cayman’s native animals, discover the Islands’ indigenous plants and explore unspoiled natural landscapes. Working in conjunction with the Department of the Environment, they are a registered rehabilitation facility for hurt, distressed and mishandled parrots, and have proudly released over 30 parrots back into the wild since opening in June, 2020. It is also the only place in Cayman that rehabilitates Cayman parrots to be released.
The Sanctuary is home to a number of animals including the Cayman Parrot, the national bird of the Cayman Islands. There are also agoutis, rabbits, guinea pigs, cockatiels and various reptiles. Families can enjoy feeding the frigate birds which swoop down from the coast. Children can run wild in the two playgrounds, relax in plenty of shaded areas and experience the thrill of zip lining!
Refreshments from Tukka are available to buy on-site.
Adults CI$16, Kids (3-15 years) CI$10. Children 2 and under and seniors age 65+ enter for free.
Open Wednesday-Sunday 9am-4pm. Open on Public Holidays.
- Interactive experiences with guinea pigs, rabbits, Cayman snakes and hermit crabs
- Meet Caymans native animals
- Daily bird feeding
- Kids slides, zip line, sand pit and toys
- Meet Lil Bit, Caymans famous agouti rabbit
- Birthday parties/events welcome
835 Austin Connolly Drive East End, Grand Cayman