Cayman Brac and Little Cayman
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Cayman Brac -is 15 square miles, 12 miles long and one and a half miles wide, this smaller lands is unique as it as a Bluff running along the length of the island and rises 140 feet above sea levels. An interesting fact is a name Brac is Gaelic for Bluff, which is a limestone outcrop. It is unique to the three others; one can hike it, rock climb, and bird watch along the rural landscape. You can see Little Cayman from Cayman Brac North shore. Cayman Brac is the second largest in the Cayman Islands located a far distance away; you cannot swim or take a paddleboard or even jetski. You can jump onboard the Cayman Airways Saab for a quick 40 minutes flight as it is located 89 miles NE of Grand Cayman. The diving is fantastic and untouched. If you are a brave diver and feel like an adventure, you may want to dive the MV Capt Keith Tibbetts Russian Brigadier frigate ghost ship it is 330 ft. long.
Little Cayman -is small, it is only 10 square miles, 10 miles long and just over one mile wide, and 40 ft is the highest elevation above sea level. Most of Little Cayman’s draw is in its impressive dive sights and unhurried pace of life. Many residents of Grand Cayman Island travel to Little Cayman for vacation. Little Cayman is a significant site for nesting birds, such as the Red Footed Booby and Frigatebirds, One can only see the Little Cayman Rock Iguana (Cyclura nubila caymanensis) here in Little Cayman.