Little Cayman is the smallest of the three Cayman Islands. Christopher Columbus named it “La Tortuga”, since abundances of turtles inhabit the waters around the island. As the least populated island, Little Cayman is a beautifully unspoiled and mostly under-developed paradise in the Caribbean.
There are no direct international flights or ferries to the island. Only a small twin propeller plane will bring you there. With only 170 people constantly living on Little Cayman, the island is a paradise for relaxation, solitude and untouched tropical wilderness. Around the island great reefs and shipwrecks can be found, but one of the most spectacular dives is probably the Bloody Bay Marine Park, said to be one of the best wall dives in the world.
Lionfish and Caribbean reef sharks can be spotted there. The waters of Little Cayman are also home to lobster, octopus, eagle rays, reef sharks, turtles and every variety of tropical fish including the Nassau grouper.