The community of Frank Sound is primarily undeveloped, providing residents with a glimpse into the traditional way of life in Grand Cayman. The neighbourhood is located about 25 miles east of George Town, the capital city of the Cayman Islands, and can easily be accessed by car or taxi.
Frank Sound Road leads straight into North Side and the world-renowned beaches of Rum Point and Cayman Kai. Frank Sound has plenty of wide open spaces that provide ample development opportunities. Many of the properties nestled in this tranquil area have breathtaking panoramic views of the crystal-clear Caribbean waters and offer easy access to the ocean. It's an ideal location for swimming, snorkeling, or diving.
The neighbourhood is ideal for nature lovers who can explore the Mastic Trail, Queen Elizabeth Botanical Park, and the Blue Iguana Sanctuary and experience a variety of plants and animals native to Grand Cayman, including Cayman parrots, Blue Iguanas, and rare orchids. The sleepy village of East End is located a little further east, where you'll find fantastic diving, unspoiled beaches, and a fantastic choice of delicious restaurants.