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Mastic Trail is a 2 mile trail with many trees, plants and foliage over two hundred years old.

Located in Breakers in Grand Cayman, Mastic Trail passes through a 2 million year old woodland area. It will take the average person approximately 3 hours to walk the entire Mastic Trail round trip.

Mastic Trail elevation begins at 10 feet and rises to a whopping 60 feet, which is (the highest elevation on Grand Cayman.

Mastic Trail is available as a guided tour from Cayman Island National Trust or anyone in reasonably good health with some sense of direction can easily walk the trail on their own.

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The Grand Cayman Mastic Trail meanders through roughly 2 miles of lush tropical foliage, much of which is endemic to the Cayman Islands.

Cayman Mastic Trail Fast Facts
cayman islands mastic trail Open: 24/7
cayman islands mastic trail Admission: Free
cayman islands mastic trail Map of Mastic Trail
cayman islands mastic trail Best time to visit Mastic Trail on Grand Cayman: Morning and early evening provide the most dramatic photos and mildest temperatures
cayman islands mastic trail Directions to Mastic Trail:
Heading east from George Town or Seven Mile Beach, turn left on Frank Sound Road and follow the small parking area with the trail head sign on your right just a little further down the road. Mastic Trail starts off through the ancient woodland where you will immediately see and hear some of the many birds that inhabit the area.
cayman islands mastic trail What To Look For:
Mangrove Cuckoo, West Indian woodpecker, Smooth-Billed Ani, Mockingbirds, Caribbean Ground Doves, Bananaquits, and Cayman Parrots, which nest in the palms.