Cayman Brac and Little Cayman
Little Cayman and Cayman Brac, The sister islands, as they are affectionately called are Cayman Brac (about 89 miles northeast of Grand Cayman) and Little Cayman about 5 miles west and you can actually see Little Cayman from Cayman Brac North shore. On Cayman Brac there are about 2,000 people who live there year round and Little Cayman has about 300 people. The most popular way to access these two islands is to fly on Cayman Airways which are seveal times a day from Grand.
Here is a helpful website to tell you more about Little Cayman and Cayman Brac, Brac & Little Cayman
Cayman Brac, is the second largest of the Cayman Islands and is 89 miles to the north east of Grand Cayman, just a short 40 minute flight away. Cayman Brac known simply as ‘The Brac’ to locals is a Gaelic word for Bluff and it is easy to see why, there is a remarkable bluff or cliff, rising to 140 feet above sea level at its highest. The Brac is only 12 miles long, about 1.5 miles wide and 15 sq miles. The Bluff is a limestone outcrop that rises steadily along the length of the island and offers visitors a chance to hike, rock climb, and bird watch along the rustic landscape There is a lot of hiking to do and investigate the range of caves where visitors can enjoy tours with local guides or go on your own.
The diving is awesome, untouched and spectacular. You can see a 330 ft long Russian Brigadier frigate ghost ship called the MV Cpt Keith Tibbetts, which has become a famous diving site. Check out this link for a list of dive sites in the Brac Reef Divers Reef Divers Cayman Brac
Little Cayman, is the smallest of the three islands. Little Cayman is 10 square miles, 10 miles long and just over one mile wide. The highest point is about 40 feet above sea level. Little Cayman has its specular dive sights and its unhurried pace of life. There a pedal bikes you can pick up and use. Little Cayman is a very important site for nesting birds, and has the largest known breeding colony of the Red Footed Booby in the Caribbean as well as a breeding colony of Frigate birds and the rare Little Cayman Rock Iguana (Cyclura nubila caymanensis) which is only found here!
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