It’s the ultimate venue both to relax and chill and also to do healthy things like snorkeling, diving, bicycling and drinking rum!



Late afternoon bicycle rides are very popular with our guests. There is an 8 mile loop that has several wildlife viewing stations, ‘sunset stops’, and ‘watering holes’ along the way. The Villas Office has maps that show the Nature and Historic Sites along the way. To learn more about Little Cayman’s Heritage Sites and Trails – check out .

other1Visit the National Trust to learn more about the resident birds. Little Cayman hosts the largest nesting population of Red Footed Boobies in the Western Hemisphere. Around sunset each night, the Boobies and the Frigates can be observed coming home from feeding. It is an awesome sight. The Trust House also doubles as a coffee shop 6 days a week.




Little Cayman’s best beach is Point of Sand at the Eastern tip of the Island. The snorkeling is great there too.




There is a small secluded beach just to the East of the villas.




Make friends with the resident iguanas.

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