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.
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4.5 based on 137 reviews
A 330-foot Russian frigate that was sunk in September 1996.
Dove with Brac Scuba Shack, mostly southern side due to weather. Last day, friday, dove MV in the morning. Nice dive started 75 feet to bow of boat at 45 feet. Saw a nice small octopus on the rear railing during the day---cool
4.5 based on 92 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.
Standing on the "beach" looking at the brac is just mind blowing. I had to ignore all the lost flipflops and other assorted plastic that has blown onto shore from the ocean. Too bad for that. Otherwise a fabulous place with amazing views. There were a couple of guys rock climbing. They looked like they were enjoying the sport.
4.5 based on 80 reviews
Very cool. Follow the map and look for signs. Wear strong shoes. Chandelier cave/Nani worth the effort to get down there. It's not marked but it's at 30 on the map. Along left side of road.
4 based on 92 reviews
Hiking the lighthouse trail starts easy enough, but it quickly becomes difficult. But press on as the views are worth the effort and you can also get close to the Booby birds. For the four us when hiking anywhere on the Brac, you spend more time looking down the absorbing the view as the hiking is treacherous and challenging.
4 based on 57 reviews
The Cayman Brac Museum, the oldest Museum in the Cayman Islands opened its doors to the public on December 3rd, 1983. Through the years our efforts have been focused on preserving the unique history of Cayman Brac & Little and creating informative exhibits. The Museum’s home is the Old Government Administration Building built in 1933 which housed the Post Office, Customs, Treasury and much more under one roof before it was replaced by a new building in 1983.
We stopped here and were pleasantly surprised. This small museum house many relics from the early 1900's. It took about 40 minutes to walk through. Everything from old tools, utensils, and clothing is on display. The room with pictures and quotes from the hurricane of...MoreDa277, Thank you for your review of our Cayman Brac Museum. We are happy to know you enjoyed the visit of our window in to the past.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
A scenic, point-to-point trail along the top of the bluff with scenic vistas and opportunities to observe nesting Brown Boobies.
Go in the cool of the morning and hike out the trail along the cliffs. The boobies are all over the place with their adorable little fluffy white babies. They are easy to see from the trail and fun to watch.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
A very enjoyable dive site in the Cayman Islands! There was quite a bit of marine life and a beautiful reef with cool swim-thrus. I recommend diving this site with Reef Divers.
4 based on 40 reviews
On a trip to Cayman Brac in March my husband and I stopped at Skull Cave for a quick visit. This is an extremely easy access cave - a few steps up and you're there. Unfortunately, I didn't have our flashlight with me, so only went into the first chamber, where I was surprised, but pleased, to wake up two bats that flew right past me. I would agree with another reviewer that it seemed a pity that there was graffiti on some of the rocks inside the cave, but aside from that, it was neat to see, and I would recommend a stop.
4 based on 27 reviews
In 1932 a massively destructive hurricane hit the Cayman Islands. It destroyed most of the homes. Over a hundred people died in Cayman Brac alone. Rebecca's parents found refuge in this cave but poor 18 month old Rebecca died of exposure and is buried here. Caymanians have not forgotten her.
4 based on 27 reviews
One of Cayman Brac's top North Wall dive spots.
This cave is at the top of a trail that was once used as a cattle trail. It is hard to believe that cattle actually climbed the steep trail up to the cave. The views of the island are great from here and the cave is pretty interesting if you are brave enough to enter. It appears to be a favorite spot of islanders and visitors.
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