Cayman Brac a Nature Lover’s paradise is 12 miles long and 1 mile wide and has the most dramatic topography of the three Cayman Islands.
Its majestic Bluff rises west to east along the island’s length to 152 feet above Spot Bay. Many mysterious caves are carved throughout this awe-inspiring natural attraction. The land and seascape offer visitors an ideal environment for outdoor activities such as hiking, rock climbing, birding, caving, cycling, fishing and scuba diving.
Home to some of the best dive sites in the world. The Bluff provides a natural barrier between the North Side and the open sea, making calm, clear waters ideal for diving and snorkelling. Dramatic drop-offs, swim-throughs and caves make it a mecca for divers of all levels.
Fishing is also excellent both from the shore and by boat. The deep-sea angler can test his skills against a blue marlin, tuna, wahoo, dolphin and barracuda. Reef fishing provides ample opportunity to catch grouper, snapper and other delicious fish.
Cayman Brac is undergoing an exciting phase of development, with numerous investors launching new projects across the island. While smaller in size compared to Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac boasts world-class infrastructure, a vibrant community, and an enticing array of bars and restaurants.
Similar to Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac boasts the convenience of an international airport, ensuring easy accessibility from various global destinations.
Cayman Brac is renowned for its world-class diving opportunities and outdoor adventures. The island's pristine coral reefs, shipwrecks, and abundant marine life make it a paradise for divers and snorkelers. Explorers can also embark on hiking trails, cave explorations, and bird-watching excursions, immersing themselves in the island's diverse ecosystems.
The Bluff is a popular destination in Cayman Brac. The steep cliffs offer stunning views of the ocean and the nearby reefs. Visitors can also enjoy hiking, bird watching, and picnicking in the area. The Bluff stands 152 feet above sea level and is the highest point on the island. The views from the top are truly breathtaking.
MV Captain Keith Tibbetts was a retired Cuban spy ship that was sunk as an artificial reef off the coast in 1996. The wreck is now a popular dive site and home to a variety of marine life. MV Captain Keith Tibbetts is a great example of how something that was once used for negative purposes can be transformed into something positive and beneficial for the environment.
This stunning Island is home to one of the Cayman’s most unique and beloved residents – the Cayman Brac parrot. This vibrant little bird is found nowhere else in the world, and is an key part of Cayman’s natural heritage. The Cayman Brac parrot is endangered, but due to the efforts of dedicated conservationists, its population is slowly beginning to rebound. The Cayman Brac Parrot Reserve is a key part of this effort, providing a safe haven for these birds to thrive. Visitors to the Parrot Reserve can learn about the work being done to save these special birds, and even get up close and personal with them on guided tours.
Cayman Brac has a number of caves to explore, perfect for the explorer! The Cayman Islands are home to a variety of unique caves, many of which are waiting to be discovered. Cayman Brac is the perfect place to explore these caves, with a number of easy-to-find and accessible caves. Whether you’re looking for a challenge or just want to take in the beauty of Cayman’s caves, Cayman Brac is the perfect destination.
Just a short flight from Grand Cayman, and several minutes from Little Cayman, Cayman Brac is known for its breathtaking bluff. Small towns here include the West End, Watering Place, Cotton Tree Bay, Creek, and Spot Bay. Limestone caves and sinkholes contrast waters containing inspiring, unique dives along seawalls and even a sunken ship.
And if you catch a fish or two along the way, you can bring it back to your resort to have the chef cook it for you Cayman-style.
We have a number of freehold building lots available on Cayman Brac, including one of our biggest developments ‘Selworthy Grove’. You can easily get more information by filling out the contact form at the bottom of this page.
A popular tourist destination for its bars, restaurants and hotels. There are several bars, restaurants and hotels to choose from, so you’ll never be bored. Here are some of our favourites:
A cosy restaurant with a very good selection of local food as well as traditional Asian and American cuisine.
A newly remodeled bar with a great atmosphere, cocktails, Ice cold Beers and happy bartenders. Come here for a NY-style pizza cooked in a wood oven.
This resort is the perfect place to stay for all round fun. This hotel facilitates great water sports such as diving, kayaking & more. There’s plenty of beach for everyone to find their own favourite place, and the large walk-in pool offers varying depths for swimmers of all ages.
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