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Heritage House

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The Cayman Brac Heritage House is located on the beautiul island of Cayman Brac in the area of North East Bay. The building serves as an interperative centre for everything about the culture and heritage of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.

Carib Sands Beach Resort

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The first phase of Carib Sands Beach Resort was opened in 1999 for business. Now there are three phases open and running. Phase I has, one and two bedroom condos, Phase II has one, two, three and four bedroom condos and our newest Phase III which opened in 2010 has one, two and three […]

Captain’s Table Restaurant

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Captain’s Table Restaurant is a bar and grill that serves Caribbean and Continental dishes. You can expect a mix of international and American favorites ranging from chicken tenders and hamburgers to ostrich burgers and grilled shrimp. It is located on south side road west, a neighborhood on Cayman Brac.

Admin Building

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Many of the branch offices administering Cayman Brac and Little Cayman are located here. The District Administration building houses many of these offices.

Salt Water Pond

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Salt Water Pond is a popular nature preserve located in West End, Cayman Brac. Once designated as an Animal Sanctuary, Saltwater Pond was stripped of that recognition in 2012. Even so, it remains a tranquil spot to check out on your tour of Cayman Brac’s south coast.

Brac International Airport

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It is the only airport on Cayman Brac. The airport was renamed Charles Kirkconnell International Airport, in memory of Captain Charles Leonard Kirkconnell, a prominent local businessman with strong ties to the Sister Islands. Its previous name was Gerrard-Smith International Airport.

Cayman Brac Airport Runway

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It is the only airport on Cayman Brac. The airport was renamed Charles Kirkconnell International Airport, in memory of Captain Charles Leonard Kirkconnell, a prominent local businessman with strong ties to the Sister Islands. Its previous name was Gerrard-Smith International Airport.

Columbus Garden

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Christopher Columbus Gardens enhances the area adjacent to the Aston Rutty Centre. More than 800 tiles with the names of past and present residents surround a central monument depicting stages of island life.

Veterans and Seaman’s Centre

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The Seaman’s Centre was completed and officially opened by HRH the Duke of Wessex during his visit to Cayman Brac in 2003. The Center was utilized as an unofficial shelter during Hurricane Paloma and housed at leas 100 people.

Aston Rutty Center

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This civic centre serves as the town hall and community centre for Cayman Brac. Government and public functions are held here.

Rebecca’s Cave

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Rebecca’s Cave is named after the infant daughter of Raib and Helena Bodden who died of exposure when the family sought shelter in the cave during the Great Hurricane of November 9, 1932. Rebecca was buried in the cave in a traditional stone above ground coffin.

Great Cave

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The Great Cave, at the end of the South Side Road East, can be accessed by a series of three steep wooden ladders. Inside are some incredible formations of stalagmites and stalactites.

Half Way Ground (or) Skull Cave

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Cayman Brac has numerous caves for nature lovers to explore. Many of the caves are not easily accessible, though there are a few that are. One of the more easily accessible caves known as Half-Way Ground Cave or more commonly known as Skull Cave on Cayman Brac is a must-see when visiting the Cayman […]

Cayman Brac Light House

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Enjoy endless views while standing atop the tallest elevation in the Cayman Islands on the 140ft bluff (Brac is the Gaelic word for bluff). The historic lighthouse is accompanied by a newer model. A trail leads to the edge of the bluff – wear hiking boots for the sharp rocks known as ‘cliff rock’. […]

Cayman Brac UCCI College Campus

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The University College of the Cayman islands (UCCI) made history in 2008 through an unprecedented initiative of establishing a satellite campus on Cayman Brac which enabled the people of the Sister Islands to enjoy the opportunities of tertiary education. Catering to the needs of both high school Year 12 students and graduates and mature […]

Carib Sands Dock

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Carib Sands is your island escape that feels remote yet isn’t difficult to reach. Here you enjoy the conveniences of a beachfront villa with the services of a vacation resort.

Sit on your terrace, gaze at the sea, and wonder what you’ll do today. Brew a second pot of coffee in your pajamas. Snorkel off […]

Cayman Brac Public Beach

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Lie on the Beach and read a book, take a nap or beachcomb. Although the shoreline is predominantly composed of limestone, there are a few sandy beaches along the south shore, the best of which is probably Public Beach. You will also find sandy beaches in front of the Brac Reef Beach Resort, the […]

Cayman Brac Museum

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A diverse, well-displayed collection of historic Bracker implements ranges from dental pliers to pistols to pottery. A meticulously crafted scale model of the Caymanian catboat Alsons has pride of place. The front room reconstructs the Customs, Treasury, bank, and post office as they looked decades ago. Permanent exhibits include those on the 1932 hurricane, […]

The Water Fountain

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You can buy drinking water with $1 per gallon here at Water Fountain in front of the Water Authority compound, Cayman Brac.

The Water Authority was established in 1983 as a statutory body responsible for supplying wholesome and affordable drinking water to the people of the Cayman Islands.
The Water Authority is also responsible for the […]