Cayman Brac

28 May, 2009

Beauty and Adventure at the Cayman Brac


When we travel for vacation, it is always nice to go somewhere for great food, beautiful scenery and maybe a little history and adventure thrown in for good measure. Well, you can have all of this and more if you decide to visit the Cayman Brac.

Here, you find that pirates used to hide out and stock up on supplies and food. Of course, you will also find that it is an historical site for scuba diving as well. A frigate built in the Soviet Union known as a Russian Koni is easily dived for those that wish to explore the ship.

With a little further digging, you may find some information in a travel guide that state how Christopher Columbus sighted Cayman Brac as well as Little Cayman its sister island. Of course, some may dispute this piece of information as fiction and not fact.

If you enjoy hiking, you will find that there are many different caves to be explored. Many of them have ladders and stairs that have been built inside of them so you can explore even deeper into the cave. There is actually a cave that contains the burial site of a young girl that was lost during a hurricane.

Don’t leave out the fact that fishing is a big thing here. You can go for surf fishing as well as big game fish. It all depends on the type of fishing that you are into. The waters that are around the island make fishing a great experience.

So, come to Cayman Brac if you are looking for adventure and excitement. Don’t forget all of the fun in the sun that you could possible ask for. This may become your favorite vacation spot that you will visit time and time again.

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2 Responses to “Cayman Brac”

  1. Do you know some nice lakes to catch some fishnear here or in the vicinity,some of my fishing buds have been catching some in little lakes however I am looking for some flowing streams that have tons of fish,it would be great to have come choices,Ill be searching your site for information. thanks

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