Diving in Little Cayman

Don’t let the size of Little Cayman fool you. Even though this is the smallest of the group of islands with only 10 miles long (16 meters) and 1 mile (1.6 meters) wide, it’s filled with exciting places to explore and calmness all around. This little island, famous for its world-class diving, was declared by Jacques Cousteau among the top three diving sites in the world. One of the best dive sites in Little Cayman is the Bloody Bay Wall Marine Park. This breathtaking drop-off goes over 5000 feet in depth. It’s an unforgettable destination with colorful coral, tube sponges, and giant fans. Drift through the crystal-clear waters of Little Cayman or relax in the peace and quiet of this pacific island. This idyllic place offers countless adventures. Bask on one of the famous white-sand beaches, take a long bike or scooter ride around the shore, or dive in the blue waters of South Hole Sound Lagoon. Adventurers can also kayak out to the unofficial fourth Cayman Island, Owen Island, a peaceful place where you can explore and admire many natural attractions including the active bird population at Booby Pond Nature Preserve. One thing is for sure, you won’t be disappointed with the many exciting activities this place has to offer.

Featured places to go in Little Cayman

Bloody Bay

The colorful Bloody Bay Wall is the best and most breathtaking dive site in Little Cayman as it goes from 12 (3.6 meters) to 6,000 feet (1828.8 meters) deep.

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Preston Bay Marine Park

The Preston Bay Marine Park located at the southern shore of Little Cayman is a protected area with amazing underwater life .

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Dive Sites in Little Cayman

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