What to do in Cayman Brac
Think of this 12-mile-long island as Grand Cayman’s unassuming little sibling. Yet don’t assume its humble size implies an equally modest personality. While cruise ships queue up in droves off the shores of the Caymans’ largest island, those willing to break from the buffet line will find that life goes at an even slower pace on Cayman Brac. Naturally, the azure waters that make this a Caribbean snorkeling and diving mecca are just as crystal clear, but here the copious mazes of reef systems compete for divers with the wreck of a 300-foot-long Russian frigate, which should push your bottom time to new limits. On land, you’ll find caves, hiking trails, climbing routes, and a dearth of people in floral shirts and sun hats. It may be the Caribbean’s best-kept secret… for now.
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