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

Shooting Stars 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament
Saturday, 26 July 2014
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Glow Run 5K RESULTS - Click Image Below:

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View Glow Run 2014 Video HERE



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

Road compromise reached

Government and the National Trust have reached an agreement on the route of the east-west arterial extension to Frank Sound which limits the encroachment on the Trust’s land.

April 29, 2014

Spirit of Fort George revived

The completion of the nearly year-long restoration of historic Fort George was feted Thursday with ceremony and a champagne reception.

February 11, 2014

New nature boardwalk for Little Cayman

The National Trust for the Cayman Islands has opened a new boardwalk at a protected iguana nesting site in Little Cayman.

January 06, 2014

Trust urges passage of conservation law

Having campaign for years for government to enact legislation to protect the country’s natural resources, the Cayman Island National trust is urging the Legislative Assembly to vote for the National Conservation bill when it comes before them next month.

November 25, 2013

National Trust puts nature up for adoption

As the battle to preserve what remains of the Cayman Islands' dwindling natural resources gets tougher and with no spare cash and no conservation legislation, the National Trust of the Cayman Islands is turning to a new marketing idea to raise funds towards purchasing land and managing what it has -- the only means by which unique habitat can be saved from the bulldozer.

October 16, 2013

More blues join brethren in the wild

Another 49 blue iguanas have joined their chums in the wild. The Blue Iguana Recovery Program of the National Trust for the Cayman Islands recently released 20 iguanas in the Salina Reserve and 29 in the Colliers Wilderness Reserve. Two more adult blues will be released later this year.

September 04, 2013

Mastic Trail receives award from online travel site

Tours along one of the Cayman Islands most under-rated attractions have been awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. Visitors to the interactive online travel guide have given the National Trust’s guided Mastic Trail Tour top marks, which is sure to raise the profile of this nature trail.

September 03, 2013

Blue iguana expert nominated for prestigious award

In recognition of his efforts in successfully bringing back Grand Cayman's blue iguana from the brink of extinction, Fred Burton (left) has been included on a list of thirty-nine of the world's foremost conservationists who have been nominated to receive the biennial Indianapolis Prize, the world’s leading award for animal conservation.

August 29, 2013

Cooking up a storm

In partnership with the National Trust, Local author and cook Lori Adams has come up with some tasty and remarkable dishes for when Mother Nature takes us by surprise – all using items from her hurricane supply kit.

August 28, 2013

Historic Eldemire house restored in Cayman Brac

Restoration is now complete on one of only a handful of homes on Cayman Brac that survived the 1932 Hurricane.

August 15, 2013