Between both the Sister Islands there are lots of things to keep you occupied between dives and enjoying the various restaurants. Below are a number of things for you and your family to do.
Little Cayman National Trust
The Gladys B. Howard Visitors Centre and Gift Shop, established in 1992, is located on the edge of the 455 acre Booby Pond Nature Reserve where the interaction between Red Footed Booby and Magnificent Frigate birds can be observed daily.
Point of Sand
Point of Sand is our most popular swimming beach. Crystal clear water and lots of fish life makes this one of the best snorkeling locations on Little Cayman. A beach cabana and BBQ facilities make this a great place to take the family.
Little Cayman Museum
Little Cayman is an island of great beauty and colorful history – home to people with warm, welcoming spirits. The Little Cayman Museum helps us preserve, protect, and share this natural, historical, and cultural heritage for the enrichment of present and future generations.
Little Cayman Fishing Charters
Little Cayman Fishing Charters provides an unforgettable fishing experience for all levels. From Bonefish and inshore Tarpon fishing to off shore adventures where you can catch anything from Tuna, Wahoo, Mahi Mahi to maybe even a Marlin.
Preston Beach walk
Located at the south-east end of Little Cayman, Preston Bay Beach is home to nesting Rock Iguanas and a variety of shore birds. Access to the beach is by boardwalk through the lush native forest.
Little Cayman Car Rentals
The best way to experience Little Cayman is to rent a car and explore our little bit of paradise yourself. Rent anything from a small compact through to a Jeep or mini van for the larger groups.
Cayman Brac Heritage House
The Cayman Brac Heritage House is located on the beautiful island of Cayman Brac in the area of North East Bay. The building serves as an interpretative center for everything about the culture and heritage of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.
Contact: (345) 948 0563
Cayman Brac Museum
The Cayman Brac Museum, the oldest Museum in the Cayman Islands opened its doors to the public on December 3rd, 1983. Through the years our efforts have been focused on preserving the unique history of Cayman Brac & Little and creating informative exhibits.
Call: 345 948 2222