With a breathtaking view from the lighthouse located on the Bluff, thrill-seekers can explore the limestone caves and sinkholes, high above water.
Here, nature lovers can escape the hustle and bustle of city life and discover some of the world’s most diverse flora and fauna along the island’s many hiking trails.
Awaken the inner adventurer within by exploring any of its dramatic caves, including Bat Cave, Peter’s Cave and the Halfway Ground Cave.
A local treasure is the 180-acre National Trust Parrot Reserve, where guests can catch a glimpse of the endangered Cayman Brac Parrot, along with over 200 species of other unique birds native to the island.
For water dwellers and divers, Cayman Brac is home to more than 60 dive sites, 11 of which are reachable by shore. Featuring a diverse array of wall, reef and wreck diving opportunities, including the sunken MV Captain Keith Tibbetts; a 330-foot Russian built frigate that is now a magnificent artificial reef; Cayman Brac’s undersea offerings are truly endless.