Beach cruiser bicycles are available for rent to our guests during the day and with an elevation of only 40ft (12M), there are not too many hills to worry about on Little Cayman!
The Salt Rocks Nature Trail is located on the Western end of Little Cayman. Here, migratory birds, rock iguana, butterflies, orchids and tropical plants can be found. It is also an historic site with abandoned phosphate mines and a railway track.
Feel free to get some exercise and have some fun on our floodlit tennis and basketball court!
Relax and unwind in one of our hammocks located along the beach. This is the perfect spot to enjoy a book or catch an afternoon nap.
Little Cayman Museum
Founded by Linton Tibbetts, this quaint museum displays over 150 years of historic information, artifacts and an inside look at Island life. Mr. “T” was born on Cayman Brac in 1923 and has been a major contributor to the preservation of the island’s history. He has a great passion for the rich culture and heritage of both Little Cayman and Cayman Brac and has established these museums to share with island visitors.
Little Cayman Marine Museum
Also founded by Linton Tibbetts, the museum pays tribute to the many sea captains who called the Cayman Islands their home and offers a glimpse of their colorful past.
National Trust House
The National Trust is dedicated to the preservation and education of the natural environment on the island. The National Trust Visitor’s Centre offers library services, local crafts, homemade ice cream and viewing platforms for bird watching.