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Why You'll Love Diving In Little Cayman!

  • Caves, tunnels and chimneys with a fascinating array of marine life
  • Great visibility and little to no current
  • A perfect honeymoon destination

Diving Holidays In Little Cayman Island

On the 10 mile square Little Cayman Island the iguana out number the residents. World renowned for the northern wall, particularly Little Cayman's Bloody Bay Wall. Here the reef starts at 6 metres and plunges into the depths. There are caves, tunnels and chimneys with a fascinating array of marine life. With visibility often over 50 metres it is easy to spot the pelagics as they cruise by. With little or no current this is truly World Class diving in season. During the winter winds can shift to the North east restricting boat access to the southern shores but lee ward sites are still accessable.
The least developed and the smallest and most tranquil of the three Cayman Islands, Little Cayman epitomises the definition of “an island getaway.” This beautiful island offers seclusion and striking scenery everywhere you look, making it the perfect honeymoon island and a top Caribbean destination.
With a population of less than 170, most of Little Cayman remains uninhabited. Only ten miles long and one mile wide, this island getaway offers you a rare combination of sun-drenched solitude, glistening beaches, and miles of untouched tropical wilderness.

Diving Seasons In Little Cayman

The Cayman Islands lie between latitudes 19° and 20° North, closer to the equator than some people realize, so the climate is warm and humid with little seasonal variation.
Relative humidity varies from 68% – 92% and rainfall varies with the season. The Sister Islands experience far less rainfall than Grand Cayman.

Little Cayman Location

 The Cayman Islands are located 150 miles south of Cuba in the Caribbean Sea, 170 miles northeast of Jamaica and 480 miles south of Miami.The ‘Sister Islands’ of Little Cayman and Cayman Brac are located about 90 miles northeast of Grand Cayman.
All three islands are low lying and are composed of limestone and consolidated coral, an outcropping of the Cayman Ridge, a submerged mountain range that extends west from the Sierra Maestra in Cuba. The Cayman Trench, the deepest part of the Caribbean at a depth of over four miles, separates the three small islands from Jamaica.

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