A great place for Eco Warriors and families, Frank Sound is also home to the Mastic Trail and The Queen Elizabeth II Botanical Garden. Prehistoric looking lizards, migrant birds, tropical trees, orchids, bats and butterflies can be seen on the National Trust's Mastic trail. This famous walk is a restored historic pathway winding through a track of Grand Cayman 's native flora and fauna. The Botanical Garden is sometimes used as a romantic setting for weddings, or an atmospheric location for parties. The endangered Blue Iguanas, indigenous to Grand Cayman and the rarest iguana species in the world, wander around the grounds. Ornithologists may enjoy the company of native feathered friends at the garden's Bottomwood Swamp. A vast variety of tropical plants, herbs, flowers, a medicinal garden and lakefront gazebo make up some of the attractions to be seen in this sixty-five acre park.
Towards East End, on Seaview Road, are the 'Blow Holes', a favourite stop for tourists.
There are many upscale, but most are affordable properties within the mid range in this area despite its popularity with families and nature lovers. Along the coastline are a number of exclusive residences that enjoy the sandy beaches and snorkelling.