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Cayman Brac – Sports and the Outdoors

Cayman Brac – Sports and the Outdoors

Bird-watching Bird-watching is sensational on the Sister Islands, with almost 200 species patrolling the island from migratory to endemic, including the endangered Cayman Brac parrot and brown booby. The best place to spy the feathered lovelies is on the north coast and in the protected […]

Cayman Brac – Beaches

Cayman Brac – Beaches

Much of the Brac’s coastline is ironshore, though there are several pretty sand beaches, mostly along the southwest coast (where swimmers will also find extensive beds of turtle grass, which creates less than ideal conditions for snorkeling). In addition to the hotel beaches, where everyone […]

Cayman Brac – Where to Stay

Cayman Brac – Where to Stay

Cayman Brac has a handful of hotels and resorts, as well as a decent B&B and several apartments. Several private villas on Cayman Brac can also be rented, most of them basic but well maintained, ranging from one to four bedrooms. The rental fees are […]

Cayman Brac – Where to Eat

Cayman Brac – Where to Eat

Alexander Hotel Restaurant.…European. This potentially fine eatery is all over the place, from cuisine to decor. The kitchen’s one-from-column-A approach tries to accommodate all tastes, running from bacon-wrapped shrimp to Parmesan-crusted chicken in chardonnay sauce to salmon Oscar (hollandaise and crabmeat). Save for handsome portraits […]

Exploring Cayman Brac

Exploring Cayman Brac

The Brac abounds in both natural and historic attractions. Many of the former include botanic gardens and preserves set aside to protect threatened indigenous species. The latter revolve around the maritime heritage and hardscrabble lives of the earliest settlers and their descendants up until the […]

Welcome to Cayman Brac

Welcome to Cayman Brac

Cayman Brac is named for its most distinctive feature, a moody, craggy limestone bluff (brac in the Gaelic of the Scottish highlands fishermen who settled the islands in the 18th century) that runs up the spine of the 12-mile (19-km) island, culminating in a sheer […]

Grand Cayman -Sports and Activities

Grand Cayman -Sports and Activities

Water, water, and still more water rippling from turquoise to tourmaline; and underneath lies nature’s even more kaleidoscopically colorful answer to Disney World for scuba divers and snorkelers. The Cayman Islands’ early aggressive efforts on behalf of marine conservation paid off by protecting some of […]

Grand Cayman -Nightlife and The Arts

Grand Cayman -Nightlife and The Arts

Despite Grand Cayman’s conservatism and small size, the nightlife scene looms surprisingly large, especially on weekends. Choices include boisterous beach-and-brew hangouts, swanky wine bars, pool halls, sports bars, jammed and jamming dance clubs, live entertainment, and cultural events. A smoking ban was instituted in 2010 […]

Grand Cayman -Shopping

Grand Cayman -Shopping

On Grand Cayman the good news is that there’s no sales tax and plenty of duty-free merchandise including jewelry, china, crystal, perfumes, and cameras. Savings on luxury goods, though rarely as great as good sales in big cities or at outlet malls in the United […]

Grand Cayman -Beaches

Grand Cayman -Beaches

Grand Cayman is blessed with many fine beaches, ranging from cramped, untrammeled coves to long stretches basking like a cat in the sun, lined with bustling bars and water-sports concessions. All beaches are public, though access can be restricted by resorts. Remember that the Cayman […]


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