Visit Cayman Brac

West End
2.0 thousand

Cayman Brac is a small island located in the Cayman Islands, just east of Grand Cayman. It is home to around 2,000 people, and offers visitors a quiet and relaxing vacation spot. The main attraction for tourists is diving, as the waters surrounding the islands are crystal clear and full of tropical fish and coral reefs.

Popular tourist sites on Cayman Brac include the reef at Spot Bay Beach Park and Stake Bay beach where visitors can snorkel or scuba dive to view sea life like stingrays, eels, sea turtles and more. Other noteworthy attractions are Peter's Cave which has an entrance on Brac Reef Beach Resort grounds providing views of natural stalactites limestone formations; and Bluff House National Park which offers trails that traverse lush vegetation with stunning views of a 100-foot sheer cliff face above the Caribbean Sea.

An interesting historical fact about Cayman Brac is that it was once used by British troops during World War II as part of their defense against German submarines in 1942. Today it remains largely unchanged from its original form offering travelers a glimpse into its past history while enjoying modern amenities that make for an unforgettable vacation experience!

Cities in Cayman Brac

Stake Bay, Spot Bay, Creek, Tibbett's Turn, West End