Date: 22-25 November
The Brac is just 14 square miles but it has enough caves, coastline, trails and attractions to keep visitors busy. It’s the second largest of the three Cayman Islands.
With a population of less than 2,000, the Brac is a friendly, laid-back destination where relaxation is the order of the day.
There are some glorious dive sites off Cayman Brac, including a renowned ship wreck dive at the MV Capt. Keith Tibbetts off the north shore.
To find out about the fascinating history of the Brac, visit the Cayman Brac Museum, the oldest in the Cayman Islands.
Brac is a Gaelic word for bluff and the island is named for its 140-foot high bluff – the highest elevation in the Cayman Islands.
The District Administration Office can arrange free, tailor-made tours for visitors. The many caves on the Brac serve as sites for tours and also shelter during hurricanes and severe storms.