Cayman Brac Beach Resort
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The sun sinks into the ocean, silhouetting the swaying palms and setting them ablaze. There are a variety of textures before you – the fiery clouds over the horizon, the mellow tides of the sea, a blanket of milky white sand, and a curvy swimming pool of steadier water.
This is Cayman Brac Beach Resort, a family-owned getaway that’s sprouted upon a private beach at the southwest end of Cayman Brac Island. Tropical foliage surrounds the resort’s charming Caribbean architecture, effectively creating a paradise within paradise.
Cayman Brac runs a valet dive service, so all you’ve got to do is hop on the boat and enjoy the ride to the dive site – the dive staff will handle all of the equipment preparation, and they’ve got a good system in place to protect your personal gear. Expect your prototypically great Caribbean diving, with warm waters, great visibility, and few strong currents. One of the world’s best wreck dives is here, a massive Russian missile frigate named the “MV Capt. Keith Tibbets”. Also offered are weekly trips to the Bloody Bay Wall. Notable marine life include turtles, spotted eagle rays, reef sharks, Nassau groupers, moray eels, stingrays, horse-eye jacks, barracuda, flying gurnards, and more than 500 other types of fish and 100 different hard and soft corals. There is spectacular snorkeling available for non-divers, as well.
Cayman Brac Beach Resort also features a spa, boutique, and fitness center. The Palms Caribbean Restaurant offers both tropical and American cuisine, and the Tipsy Turtle Pub is a popular gathering place for luscious drinks. The resort throws lots of fun activities are during the week, including movie screenings, bingo, a barbecue and live music, trivia nights, craft markets, and crab races.
Additional activities on Cayman Brac Island include bird watching (over 200 species of birds, such as the rare Brac Parrot), hiking, biking, tennis, kayaking, and fishing. You can also go rock climbing and cave exploring, through which you can check out some beautiful stalactites and stalagmites up close!