The Cayman Turtle Farm: Island Wildlife Encounter is opening its doors to the public, for free, on Monday, 24 January.
“The purpose of the Open House is to showcase the entire park to the on-island community as there is so much to see and experience here that many people living on the island are unaware of,” said Managing Director Tim Adam. “We also want to provide information about our conservation efforts and to celebrate the role that the Cayman Turtle Farm plays in keeping our tourism product a very unique one; and of course to provide a day of fun and entertainment for everyone.
“We should all feel a sense of pride in this unique facility, and the best way to share that feeling is to let others experience it first-hand.”
The open house, from 9am-4.30pm, will feature a kid’s corner with a water slide and lots of games and spot prizes for everyone, as well as park tours, food and beverage specials at Schooner’s Bar and Grill, a DJ and local artisans displaying their crafts.
Hot 104.1 FM will be on site from 11am-1pm.
People who work in the tourism industry should show their identification cards for some extra treats. “We are extending a special invitation to all our tourism partners to come to the turtle farm on Heroes’ Day to see and experience for themselves the island wildlife encounter we offer, so that they can tell visitors all about us first-hand,” said Raymond Hydes, the park’s chief sales officer.
For more information on the Open House, call 949.3894 or email [email protected]