Activities in Little CaymanLittle Cayman fishing is one of the main attractions on the island. Bonefishing in shallow, sheltered areas is a highlight for sport fisherman. Deep-sea fishing for tuna, marlin, wahoo and dolphin (the fish not the mammal) is also available. Guides are readily available.

Little Cayman has long been ranked as one of the top diving destinations in the Caribbean and for good reason. Not only is the visibility outstanding, but also the choice of dive sites is extensive, varied and lightly traveled. Best known are the dramatic walls of the Bloody Bay Marine Park. This area is divided into two systems - Bloody Bay Wall to the west and Jackson Bight to the east. No matter which area you choose to dive, you won't be disappointed. The reef life is plentiful, healthy and "friendly". The most dramatic of the drop-offs occur in the Bloody Bay area where at certain points the sheer reef cliff starts at just 15 feet (5m) below the surface.

Little Cayman is also a birder's paradise. The island's Booby Pond Nature Preserve hosts the Caribbean's largest known nesting colony of Red Footed Boobies and the Cayman Islands' only breeding colony of Magnificent Frigatebirds. Another favorite resident of the island is the rock iguana. Little Cayman is home to the largest iguana population - approximately 2,000 -- in the Cayman Islands. So many, in fact, that "Iguana Crossing" signs have been posted along the road. Be careful when driving on Little Cayman -- iguanas have the right of way and are in no hurry to move (definitely on island time).

Other activities include picnicking and swimming from any number of secluded beaches, locating the Geocache or just exploring.