A tropical island getaway, Cayman Brac is located in the warm Caribbean Sea. The islands are situated south of Cuba, northwest of Jamaica and approximately 450 miles south of Miami, FL. The Brac, as the island is commonly referred to, is the most easterly of the Cayman Islands. With a total land mass of 14 square miles, the island is small enough to maintain a peaceful, tranquil atmosphere but big enough to have a plethora of hidden caves, winding trails and a unique cultural history.
The official language of the Cayman Islands is English, but Caymanians have a distinct accent, often compared to Creole.
Once you’ve arrived and settled in on the Brac, you may want to indulge in the vast range of exciting activities available on Cayman Brac. If you are looking for things to do on Cayman Brac, there are plenty of options such as:
-Cayman Brac Museum
And so much more!
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Little Cayman, the smallest and least developed of the three Cayman Islands, is located 80 miles northeast of Grand Cayman. A nature lover's dream, the island consists of 10 square miles of unspoiled surroundings, including more than a dozen secluded beaches, numerous lagoons, mangrove forests, salt ponds and tropical forests strewn with orchids.
Today the island is most commonly known in the diving community as the Mecca of the Caribbean. Bloody Bay Marine Park draws the majority of visitors to the island. All of the resorts have their own diving centres that cater to all your underwater needs. Increasingly, visitors also come to enjoy the privacy, quiet and timeless beauty of the island's unspoiled natural splendor, and return to simpler times. Little Cayman also boasts a number of natural and cultural attractions to ensure the visit is worth your while.
Some places to visit are:
-National Trust House
-Little Cayman Museum
-The Key (Small Island)
-Numerous World Known Dive sites
And so much more!
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