Welcome to the Trust

The National Trust has been "Protecting the future of Cayman's heritage" since its inception in 1987.

The Trust is a not-for-profit NGO created to preserve the history and biodiversity of the Cayman Islands.  Through education and conservation we work to protect environmentally sensitive and historically significant sites across all three Cayman Islands.


Tours and Activities

Mastic Trail  |  Historic Mission House  |  Blue Iguana Safari  |  Calendar of Events

 


Upcoming Events

HATITUDE GALA
Sat, 24 April,  Pedro Castle, 4pm - 7pm
Join us for a day at the races and beautiful dressage parade by Cayman Equestrian Centre.
Contact: marketing@nationaltrust.org.ky for more information/tickets

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ADOPT NATURE PROGRAMME

Honour someone with a gift as unique as they are! Adopt a part of the Cayman Islands in the name of a loved one and help the National Trust protect the unique biodiversity of the Cayman Islands.

Download information sheet here
Adopt Nature Online Application Form


Recent News

Preventing an infestation of green iguanas in the Sister Islands

Grand Cayman will never be able to full eradicate the invasive green iguanas, but there is still hope for the Sister Islands if people act quickly. Mr. Vanveen has travelled the world studying and analyzing the behaviour of invasive reptiles.

February 06, 2015

Experts: Green iguanas hurting bird population

People in Cayman need only to look at a reduction in the number of birds to start understanding the severity of the green iguana problem. That’s according to visiting experts on island to assess the invasive species.

February 06, 2015

Fire burns 200 acres in Salina Reserve

A fire that burned more than 200 acres in the Salina Reserve in North Side over two days was extinguished Thursday afternoon, authorities said, though some hotspots remained underground.

February 06, 2015

Conservation award for South Sound campaigner

A woman who led a fight to protect South Sound from a coastal development has won the governor’s award for Conservationist of the Year.

November 27, 2014

National Trust seeks to reward conservationists

The National Trust is seeking nominations for this year’s Governor’s Conservation Awards following a successful inaugural event in 2012.

October 08, 2014

Government backs National Trust

A majority of Legislative Assembly members voted Wednesday to oppose a challenge to the powers of the Cayman Islands National Trust that would have weakened the Trust’s ability to protect land it owns for historical, cultural or environmental purposes.

September 23, 2014

Critical Brac wetlands now under Trust protection

The National Trust mitigates for the loss of Saltwater Pond with recent purchase of 10 acres of wetlands in Cayman Brac

September 12, 2014

Trust celebrates International Day of the Seafarer

As a part of the National Trust’s bi-monthly Speaker’s Series the environmental protection NGO recently hosted “Tales from the High Seas” in celebration of the International Day of the Seafarer in partnership with the Seafarers’ Association

July 18, 2014

Glow Run had bright start as everyone wanted to sparkle

Of all the annual run/walks introduced recently, the Glow Run 5K looks certain to become a permanent and extremely popular event on the sporting calendar.

July 18, 2014

Glow Run is radiating interest

The inaugural National Trust Glow Run looks set to establish itself as one of Cayman stellar sporting and entertainment attractions

July 18, 2014