If you are craving natural terrain, crystal-clear water & outdoor adventure, then Cayman Brac is where you’ll want to be!
The island gets its name from its landmark “The Bluff”- from the Gaelic word ‘brac’- which draws visitors in search of a stunning view.
There is a wide range of activities to keep everyone happy. One of the most popular is diving. the only Russian warship in the Western Hemisphere, the MV Capt. Keith Tibbetts was intentionally sunk in 1996 as an artificial reef. The Brac has 11 sites that are accessible by shore including Charlie’s Reef on the north side of the island. This site is named after a six-foot green moray and is known for the friendly schools of Spanish grunts.
Cayman Brac is a tropical paradise for both divers and non-divers alike. If diving isn’t for you; take time to explore the Museum in Stake Bay. Cayman Brac is a tropical paradise for both divers and non-divers alike.
The island offers some excellent opportunities for deep-sea fishing for marlin, tuna and Wahoo as well as fishing the flats with light tackle or fly rod for permit, tarpon and bonefish.
There is a series of caves to see, nature trails to hike, The island is also gaining a reputation as a premier rock climbing site with a number of locations along the 140-high bluffs on the eastern tip of the island..
Whether your interests are diving, snorkeling, swimming, fishing, hiking, sunbathing on the beach or by the pool, or just relaxing in a hammock, Cayman Brac offers visitors a safe, relaxed and friendly atmosphere in which to enjoy a carefree vacation!