Glistening beaches, untouched tropical wilderness and striking scenery everywhere you look, Little Cayman perfectly exemplifies what a classic island getaway should be. With a resident population of nearly 180 people, this chain of Cayman Islands is only 10-square miles long and 4-square miles wide. The first recorded sighting of Little Cayman was by Christopher Columbus in 1503. He named it "Las Tortugas" after finding many sea turtles living here, and then the island was later renamed as "Las Caymanas.”
Little Cayman is famous for its scuba diving sites. With dramatic drop offs, swim throughs, colorful coral gardens and exotic sponges, much of the beauty lies beneath the waters surrounding this Cayman island. There are more than 50 unique dive sites in the Cayman's smallest island. Its Booby Pond Reserve and Bloody Bay Wall Marine Park – touted as one of the world’s best dive destinations – are home to reef sharks, lobster, octopus, eagle rays, and unique tropical fish species. Perhaps, that's the reason why scuba divers from across the world come to explore the unspoiled tranquility and healthy diversity of marine life found in the waters of Little Cayman.
Your adventurous yachting vacation in the Caymans Islands would not be complete without a visit to Little Cayman. Set sail on our luxurious dive yacht charter and discover the island’s unspoiled natural surroundings and mystery hidden in the world's deepest waters.