Craggy Cayman Brac is known for its limestone bluff running along its length. Once a haunt of pirates, these days the island attracts wreck divers, hikers and wildlife-watchers.
While you’re here there are caves to explore, world-class diving spots to snorkel, and hiking trails to follow while birdwatching.
Take home a local souvenir carved from Caymanite, a semi-precious gemstone in shades of copper and red.
The second largest of the three Cayman Islands, Cayman Brac is in the Caribbean Sea around 143 kilometers (88.5 miles) northeast of Grand Cayman.
The island measures 19 km long by around 2 km wide (11.5 mi long, a mile wide). To get here, catch a quick inter-island flight from Grand Cayman.