My wife surprised the family by booking a trip to Grand Cayman later next year. This would be a welcome vacation after the recent years the world has had (and yes, we are aware of the current restrictions and reopening phases that may interfere with our plans).
However, one thing I noticed is that Grand Cayman has Manchineel trees, said to be the most toxic trees in the world. I had heard about these before, but thought they were isolated to Mexico and Central America. This would normally not be a cause for concern, but we have a two year old that literally eats rocks sometimes, so a nice green fruit would probably be pretty tempting. How prevalent are these trees here and are there precautions in Grand Cayman to keep them away from the public?