Fishing and diving are the biggest draw on petite and pretty Little Cayman. Less than 200 permanent residents cluster along this coral-fringed sliver of sand. Anglers come here to cast a fly line along the shimmering bonefish flats or hook the big one in the Tarpon Pond. Divers hotfoot it here for the holy grail: Bloody Bay Wall, one of the world’s best wall dives. Other popular things to do include birdwatching at Booby Pond Nature Reserve and playing Robinson Crusoe for a day at Owen Island, a splotch of sand and favorite picnic spot just offshore.