Cayman Brac’s rugged 14 square miles retains the charm and friendliness of a traditional seafaring community – yet it offers the country’s most dramatic scenery.
The ‘Brac’ is a limestone ridge rising gradually from the west through the centre (40 metres) to the eastern tip, plunging as a sheer dramatic cliff into the Caribbean Sea. Explore caves and sinkholes, woodlands and world-class dive sites; the most famous being the wreck of the MV Captain Keith Tibbetts. The development of the artificial reef ‘Atlantis’ will provide an exciting dive site and a new home to plenty of species of marine life.
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