Home to fruit bats, herons, wild green parrots and an abundance of tropical foliage, the 12-mile-long island of Cayman Brac boasts more than 170 caves and 1400 inhabitants. Named for the imposing limestone bluff, or Brac in Scottish Gaelic, that looms 140 feet above the sea, the middle Cayman offers spectacular diving at Wilderness Wall and Peter's Cave. Emerald green parrots flock at National Trust Parrot Reserve. To discover some of the island's secrets, take a taxi, hop on a bike or trot on foot.
Restaurants in Cayman Brac
5.0 based on 15 reviews
Native Island Made Things Handcrafted local originals such as Award Winning Dirty Joke Necklace, Caymanite Jewellery, Shell crafts, Silver Thatch straw work and Crochet Gifts. Owners Tenson and Starrie Scott Tenson Scott is a McCoy Prize Winner 2006 "Best in Caymanian Art", Movie Star =), Fisherman and Storyteller Starrie Scott is an Award winning Chef and crafter. "Like" NIM Things on Facebook
Wow, what a find and time to remember. Tennyson and Starrie were so hospitable. May be the nicest strangers we have ever met. The History, art and the time spent with our daughter teaching her about sea urchins. Will always remember that and The Brock!
4.5 based on 113 reviews
Bat colonies and deep caves, used by island residents for shelter during storms, are the beckoning features of this limestone crag that rises 140 feet above the sea at Cayman Brac's eastern tip.
Walking/hiking here was excellent, along the rocky beach seeing so much with the water, the bluff and the rock formations.
4.5 based on 91 reviews
The limestone caves are a remarkable sight, and the fruit bats that live in some of them are very cute!! Wear sneakers so you avoid injuring while climbing rocks and/or the ladders.
4.5 based on 58 reviews
A scenic, point-to-point trail along the top of the bluff with scenic vistas and opportunities to observe nesting Brown Boobies.
I LOVE this hike! One of my favorite spots for a sunset hike. Lots of brown booby birds, century plants, palms trees, amazing views and more!
4.0 based on 30 reviews
One of Cayman Brac's top North Wall dive spots.
if you visit, remember : the '32 hurricane waves were crashing at the mouth of this cave ... and it's a hundred feet up on the broken limestone cliffs - down below, they all died ... here, a few survived
4.0 based on 60 reviews
Parrot Preserve - A must see is the 180 acre preserve which was established to protect the endemic, endangered Cayman Brac Parrot. There is a two mile nature trail for hiking through the Preserve--a good place to see the beautiful local flora and fauna as well.
Don't let the initial board walk fool you. This is a great (and challenging) hike, rough terrain but not much uphill. We all loved it.
4.0 based on 49 reviews
You HAVE to spend the time to find this place. Down a alleyway, you would not find it easy!.....take your time and do the climb up the rustic stairs! YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED....The view alone is worth the effort lol.
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