"Welcome to the Brac" Cayman Brac by MatthewMetcalfe

Cayman Brac Travel Guide: 7 reviews and 11 photos

Diverse Ocean Life

Aside from the Walls, there are Patch Reefs and Sand Flats. The Sand Flats are great areas to catch a ray (including Eagle Rays) or a large Conch. Some of the sand flats descend right to the wall where they plunge into the abyss.

Cayman Brac is one of the sister islands of the Caymans. The Brac is most notable for it's 140 foot bluffs located on the east end of the island. They gradually descend to sea level as you proceed west.

The Island has a population of roughly 2500 people and is noted for it's excellent Scuba Diving. Wall dives and beautiful reefs are abundant here. There are also numerous wrecks around the island to explore.

Little Cayman is a short boat ride away for divers.

Pros and Cons
  • Pros:Great Diving, Nice exploring, and no hassles...
  • Cons:Cell Phone Service is available...
  • In a nutshell:If you are looking to "Get Away" this is it.
  • Last visit to Cayman Brac: Feb 2006
  • Intro Updated Mar 9, 2006
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