Cayman Brac Lighthouse isn't the most elaborate of its kind, but it is definitely worth a visit for the views and photo opportunities alone.
The Lighthouse is set on a bluff that is 140 feet above sea level -- the highest point throughout the Cayman Islands. A trail take you right to the edge here you can take pictures of the panoramic view.
Those wishing to visit Cayman Brac Lighthouse may choose to book their trip on Cayman Brac, as visitors to this area of the Cayman Islands will be excited to have easy access to this lighthouse during their visit. There isn't much congestion in the area near the lighthouse, perhaps because there are very few places to stay close.
Located on the island of Cayman Brac, 1.7 miles east of Spot Bay, Cayman Brac Lighthouse invites local customers and visitors who are lodging on this part of the island. Even if you aren't staying in the vicinity, you should consider dropping by to experience some of their offerings.
Just after the Parrot Reserve headed east on Major Donald Drive is where you will find the Cayman Brac Lighthouse.
Cayman Brac Lighthouse patrons hoping also to spend some time outside should consider North East Point, a beach in the region, and a good option for those hoping to do a bit of sunbathing after visiting this location.
Admission the the Lighthouse is free.
Location: Cayman Brac
Help us improve! We welcome your corrections and suggestions.