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Cayman Brac

While travelers may head to Grand Cayman for its bustling Seven Mile Beach or to Little Cayman for its quiet allure, Cayman Brac (pronouced Brack) has its own unique assets, ecotourism attractions that include world-class diving along undersea walls, hiking in the most rugged terrain found in the Cayman Islands, strolling the system of Heritage Sites and Trails, exploring numerous caves, birding, and being welcomed by a very friendly population of just 1300 residents.

The island is named for the "brac," Gaelic for bluff, which "soars" 140 feet up from the sea on the island's east end. It's the most distinct feature of this 12-mile-long, one-mile-wide island situated 89 miles east-northeast of Grand Cayman and just five miles from Little Cayman.

A rental car is a must on this island; with its light traffic, you'll want to explore the caves, beaches, and communities of Brac.

Arriving on Cayman Brac

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