White sands and turquoise waters…
Little Cayman is best known for its diving, serene landscape and variety of birds and iguanas.
Little Cayman is 10 miles long and one mile wide. Its famous Bloody Bay wall Marine Park has been called one of the world’s best dive sites, sometimes voted better than the great barrier reef. Inland, the 203 acre Booby Pond Nature Reserve is a RAMSAR site and nesting ground for the Caribbean’s largest population of Red Footed Boobies.
One of the world’s best dive sites.
The white stretched sands and turquoise waters you generally see in movies, can be found right here in Little Cayman. Little Cayman just a short flight from Grand Cayman, and which can be viewed from the North shores of Cayman Brac is a piece of pure paradise. Equip with numerous white sandy beaches including Point of Sands, Little Cayman is also home to its own islet known as Owen Islands. Little Cayman is best known for its diving, serene landscape and variety of birds and iguanas.
It is Bloody Bay Wall marine park that awards Little Cayman as having the best diving in the world. Most people who scuba dive Cayman Islands claim this is one of the region’s best dive sites. The protected area is a huge sheer wall that starts at five meters and drops down into the abyss, the amazing visibility. When diving bloody bay wall you can see Caribbean reef sharks, turtles and some very friendly groupers. There is also a huge range of both soft and hard corals and anemone to be seen all over the wall.
North Jackson Bay
North Jackson Bay is also home to a collection of some of the best dive sites in Little Cayman. One of the best dive spots is Eagle Ray Roundup which is home to stingrays, turtles and a beautiful coral reef too.
Jackson Reef and Wall are home to rich corals, sponges and anemone and make for an excellent night dive with hundreds of critters hidden away. To the very far North of Jackson Bay, The Cascades dive spot offers fantastic drop-offs and dramatic topography along with a few sharks, turtles and a fantastic reef
Remember the last movie you watched, or the last Instagram post you scrolled past and you thought ‘paradise’? it’s here!
Our island, Little Cayman is our very own untouched, yet modern paradise in the Caribbean. Surrounded by total peace and quiet, where iguanas have right of way! Everywhere you look there are palm trees and wildlife. We call it home from home, part of the three Cayman Islands but so different from Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac, it truly is paradise.
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