The most easterly of the Cayman Islands, Cayman Brac stands out for more than its small size. It is the least tourist driven of the group, and in fact, tourism is not the primary industry here. Visitors that travel here do so specifically to escape from the busy resorts and revel in the activities that make Cayman Brac the diverse destination that it is.
Without a doubt, some of the best scuba diving in the Caribbean is found in local waters which feature colorful reef and some of the best wall dives, but deep sea fishing is equally as important. Many visitors will spend the majority of their days on a boat or under the sea. On land, hiking, birdwatching, and rock climbing is a great way to experience the island's biosphere, while touring the small number of museums teach about local culture.
Cayman Brac is a very popular diving destination. With dozens of sites just off shore, and many more in the greater Cayman Island area, this is definitely a contending spot for any diver.
There are two dive services and at least 39 different dive sites to choose from. Use this link to find our article about diving in this area.
The following table provides you with some details on area firms that will help you get out on the water.
|Captain Shelby's Charter Boat Operation||Boating and Day-Sailing Provider||(345) 927-5413||Cayman Brac||Cayman Brac|
If you want to read about charter operators and local marinas see this page.
If there are some people who love to shop in your group, they can browse some of the area's 10 retail stores. To read about opportunities for shopping on Cayman Brac, see this page.
Sightseeing is also a popular activity for visitors to Cayman Brac. Among other things, the area has 5 historic sites and various other attractions of interest to tourists. Nature enthusiasts will frequently have a good time at the area's outdoor parks and botanical garden. To learn about more area sightseeing attractions, go to this page.
If you are thinking about snorkeling you'll be pleased to know you'll have the chance in the waters off the coast of Cayman Brac. Readers can get more information about opportunities to go snorkeling by following this link.
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