Getting Here and Around
Interisland service between Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman is provided several times daily by Cayman Airways at Edward Bodden Airfield, which accommodates only STOL craft.
Bikes, usually offered for free by the resorts, are the preferred way of getting around the island; dive operations will pick you up, and the hotels also provide airport transfers. A car is suggested only if you rent one of the more isolated villas or if you plan to explore the farther-flung part of the island on a regular basis. Parking is rarely a problem. Another flexible touring option is a moped. McLaughlin Rentals offers mopeds ($50) and SUVs ($80–$100).
McLaughlin Rentals. Little Cayman. 345/948–1000.
Resorts offer airport transfers. Two companies offer land tours (in addition to fishing, kayaking, and other options). Island tours are usually $50 per person (though each additional person is generally discounted, as are children). LCB Tours has a safari bus for larger groups. Maxine McCoy's MAM's Tours can accommodate up to 15 passengers in two minivans, though she's often off-island.
LCB Tours. Little Cayman Beach Resort, Blossom Village, Little Cayman, KY3-2501. 345/948–1642; 345/948–1033.
MAM's Tours. 65 Mahogany Bay, Candle Rd., West End, Cayman Brac, KY3-2501. 345/926–0104; 345/917–4582; www.mamstour.ky.