Diving is a major draw; the Bloody Bay Wall, off the coast of Little Cayman, is one of the Caribbean's top dive destinations, but there are many sites convenient to Grand Cayman where shore diving is also good.
On Grand Cayman, a dive or snorkeling trip to Stingray City is very popular. There's good off-the-beach snorkeling in West Bay Cemetery, at Rum Point, and at Smith's Cove in Grand Cayman.
On land, Grand Cayman has the most to offer, with plenty of tours and activities, including semisubmersible tours of the bay.
Grand Cayman's Seven Mile Beach is one of the Caribbean's finest long stretches of sand. Little Cayman has the best beaches of the Sister Islands, especially Owen Island and Point o' Sand.
Rock climbers have now discovered the Brac's limestone bluff.