At just 12 square miles, Little Cayman is the smallest and quietest in the chain of Cayman Islands. The roads are barely used by vehicles, and there are probably more boats docked around the coast than motorized vehicles in operation at any given time. This destination is best known as a scuba diving haven, with just a few other activities to keep visitors busy during their stay including hiking and birding.
Included with many hotels when booking a room, bikes are a popular way to explore Little Cayman.
If you are intrigued by the idea of sightseeing at a more leisurely pace, there is one place that can help you. For a more comprehensive look at this specific topic, see this article about options for renting a bike or scooter.
The Cayman Islands in general are known as one of the best dive locations around. Little Cayman delivers the same quaility as the larger Grand Cayman, without all the crowds.
You'll find several dive operators and at least 65 good dive sites to choose from. You can read this extended discussion which is all about scuba diving in this area if you're looking for additional specifics.
Sightseeing is another good way to use some of your time on Little Cayman. Among other sights, the area has at least one historic site and various other attractions of interest to visitors Follow this link to see our article concerning area sightseeing and attractions.
If spending some time snorkeling sounds like fun there's good news -- you'll have plenty of chances to do so in the waters surrounding Little Cayman. To read our guide to local snorkeling opportunities, navigate to this page.
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