Named for its breathtaking bluff, Cayman Brac is off the beaten track but remains charming, allowing thrill-seekers and nature-lovers to get up close and personal with rare flora and fauna. The tiny towns here have names like West End, Watering Place, Cotton Tree Bay, Creek and Spot Bay. Meanwhile, our laidback accommodations/accommodation options are the ideal place to unwind after another day packed with adventures.
Limestone caves and sinkholes contrast waters containing awe-inspiring dives along seawalls and even a sunken ship, as adventurers of all ages can brave the elements in Cayman Brac. And if you catch a fish or two along the way, you can bring it back to your resort to have the chef cook it for you Cayman-style.
Birdwatchers Dream – Cayman Brac
Towering up above, the lush green forests throughout Cayman Brac are a birdwatcher’s dream – with endangered parrots, brown boobies and peregrine falcons perched in the canopy. On the ground, a crisscross of hiking trails will lead you to unusual flowers, reptilian habitats and historic sites of all kinds.
Fun Facts on Cayman Brac
Cayman Islands (A British Dependency)
No visa is required for this destination for a stay of up to 90 days.
15 Square Miles
The Island of Las Tortugas
In 1503, Christopher Columbus was making his fourth and final voyage to the New World when winds blew his ship off-course. It was then that Columbus first happened upon two islands that he would name “Las Tortugas” for the many turtles residing there. This pair would become the Sister Islands of Cayman.