Around Little Cayman, coastal flats offer excellent catch-and-release Bonefishing for three to six pounders and Permit as large as 35 pounds, and Tarpon Lake, a brackish pond, is home to Tarpon as large as 15 to 20 pounds. Deep sea fishing offers battles with marlin, Dolphinfish, tuna and other big swimmers.

With more than 150 species of birds either permanently residing on Little Cayman or migrating there, the island is a birdwatcher's paradise. The Booby Pond Nature Reserve, of course, is a focal point for bird-viewing, but everywhere on the island, whether along the interior trails or coastline, birds can be seen in their natural surroundings.
Renting a bicycle and pedaling around this small island is a great way to experience all the natural highlights and get some exercise at the same time. Hiking the established trails or exploring off on your own on foot is also a terrific way to soak in the natural surroundings and meet the locals.
Iguana Search:
This island is home to around 2,000 Little Cayman Blue Iguanas (a subspecies of the Cuban Blue Iguana). Reaching lengths up to five feet, these harmless reptiles move about freely, and signs along the road warn motorists to watch for them. As you travel about the island, keep your eyes peeled and see how many iguanas you can count.

There is no better place than Little Cayman to sag into a hammock in the shade, or spread your towel out for a snooze on the sand. Relaxation seems to flow into your body with the sea air the minute you go horizontal, and even upright activities take on an unhurried pace. The island even boasts its very own full-service salon and spa.