Aptly named Skull Cave because the entrance looks like a skull with eyes and a nose naturally cut out, don't let the shape scare you off. Inside is a whole world to explore -- just make sure to bring a flashlight.
A few wooden steps lead into the cave. Inside there are two large chambers with high ceilings. Not much natural light gets in, and although there is a light in the main chamber, a flashlight is necessary to really explore the stalactites and stalagmites.
Half Way Ground Cave lies near the heart of the island of Cayman Brac.
There are a reasonable number of food places to pick from in the locale encompassing this cave. The closest restaurant to Half Way Ground Cave is Tropical Delight Restaurant, which sells Caribbean dishes. Tropical Delight Restaurant is maybe about a short distance away from this cave, so check it out and try something off the menu. Also nearby, you and your companions will encounter options like Kirkconnell’s Market Deli and La Esperanza where you and your party should not leave without ordering a plate of their specialty seafood.
Active travelers that are a fan of caves, and would like to see others, should consider going to Bat Cave and Peter's Cave; the first is a short distance away to the south of this page's attraction. Other kinds of local attractions include Captain Charlie Kirkconnell's House, which is within driving distance on Cayman Brac. Also think about visiting , which is another attraction close by.
Caves are one type of attraction you can visit, but there's even more to see during your stay. The following list contains attractions that are nearby.
|Captain Charlie Kirkconnell's House||Historic Site||0.6 mi. ( km)||NE|
|Deadman's Point Bluff Road||GeoFeature||--||--|
|Cayman Brac Museum||Museum||1.3 mi. ( km)||SW|
|Bight Road Trail||GeoFeature||--||--|
|Brac Parrot Reserve||--||2.1 mi. ( km)||E|
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