Situated 3 miles off the northern tip of Grenada, this large private island is covered in lush green vegetation and enjoys a tropical climate.
The island is composed of 2 volcanic knolls, separated by a flat plain.
The terrain is nicely elevated, and the shoreline is indented with small bays. Sandy beaches are located at different places along the coast, and a road network on the island provides easy access. There are four uninhabited houses on Isle de Caille, as well as an airstrip. Electricity is available, and water is stored in a 40,000 gallon (151,000 litres) tank.