All Other Destinations and Attractions in Cayman Islands
Cayman Brac island is comprised mostly of limestone with steep cliffs on its east coast and is home to the island's people. Cayman Brac has good diving around the coral reef on its western tip.
A steep walk-way leads up to a good view and the lighthouse on the North-East Point at Cayman Brac.
Stake Bay on Cayman Brac is the site of some government buildings and a radio transmitter. There is also accommodation in the area for visitors wishing to stay in this area.
West End on Cayman Brac is a small resort which was originally established in the 17th C. Here visitors will find accommodation and restaurant options including upper end resorts, along with all the regular tourist related amenities.
The north-east coast of Cayman Brac has steep cliffs, while the south-west coast is sheltered and more favorable for beach activities.
With the waves crashing against the shore, water spurts through these blow holes in the limestone of Cayman Brac.
Pockets of caves may be found along the south coast of Cayman Brac, some inhabited by endangered species of iguanas.
The Central Plateau of Cayman Brac is a limestone area, with agricultural possibilities.
Spot Bay is Cayman Brac's largest village. It has local shops offering duty-free shopping and unique Caymanite jewelry.
Frenchman's Fort is an historic old settlement on Cayman Brac.
Thin and about 12mi/19km long, much of Little Cayman is comprised of mangrove swamps. Little Cayman is home to hundreds of birds, including the frigatebird. The surrounding sea is favored for fishing and diving. This is the smallest of the Cayman Islands but does have resorts that cater to tourists.
South Town is the main settlement in Little Cayman, although the island's population is very small. All visitor facilities are found at South Town
Callabash Spot is one of the Little Cayman's oldest settlements.