On Location... Little Cayman

ON LOCATION • The Journal • Nov 17


"Little Cayman is one of the most luxurious places on earth. The luxury lies in what isn’t there, as opposed to what is there."

Raoul Pal is the co-founder and CEO of Real Vision Group, the groundbreaking multi-media group telling financial stories that matter in unique and engaging ways.

He is also lucky enough to be one of the 182 residents that live in Little Cayman.

“Travel is in my blood (I’m half Indian and half Dutch) and I have been travelling since the age of 3. My father travelled overland in 1956 from England to India and that spirit of adventure has passed down to me. Travel is the beautiful context of the world we live in, good and bad. It is the greatest educator and keeps you humble. I travel for fun, for adventure, for learning, for space, for relaxation and to push my boundaries.”

Best Bar


There are a small handful of simple “locals” bars but the Hungry Iguana on a Friday night is where you’ll meet almost the entire island of 150 people – be they dive masters, fishermen, scientists, car mechanics or billionaires. Everyone is equal with a glass of rum in hand.

Best Bed


The best place to stay in The Southern Cross Club, which is a magical 11 room hotel where you can sway in the trade winds in a hammock on perfect strip of pure white sand, overlooking a picture-perfect desert island and a stunning turquoise lagoon.

Best Adventure


The best experience is nature. Little Cayman is a simple but pristine island, with very limited development, brim full of nature, on top of one of the most stunning coral reefs in the world all surrounded by warm, clear turquoise seas.

Best Time


From November to April the diving is impeccable.

ON LOCATION • The Journal • Nov 17


"Little Cayman is one of the most luxurious places on earth. The luxury lies in what isn’t there, as opposed to what is there."

Raoul Pal is the co-founder and CEO of Real Vision Group, the groundbreaking multi-media group telling financial stories that matter in unique and engaging ways.

He is also lucky enough to be one of the 182 residents that live in Little Cayman.

“Travel is in my blood (I’m half Indian and half Dutch) and I have been travelling since the age of 3. My father travelled overland in 1956 from England to India and that spirit of adventure has passed down to me. Travel is the beautiful context of the world we live in, good and bad. It is the greatest educator and keeps you humble. I travel for fun, for adventure, for learning, for space, for relaxation and to push my boundaries.”

Best Bar


There are a small handful of simple “locals” bars but the Hungry Iguana on a Friday night is where you’ll meet almost the entire island of 150 people – be they dive masters, fishermen, scientists, car mechanics or billionaires. Everyone is equal with a glass of rum in hand.

Best Bed


The best place to stay in The Southern Cross Club, which is a magical 11 room hotel where you can sway in the trade winds in a hammock on perfect strip of pure white sand, overlooking a picture-perfect desert island and a stunning turquoise lagoon.

Best Adventure


The best experience is nature. Little Cayman is a simple but pristine island, with very limited development, brim full of nature, on top of one of the most stunning coral reefs in the world all surrounded by warm, clear turquoise seas.

Best Time


From November to April the diving is impeccable.