Cayman Brac was the setting for Robert Louis Stevenson's classic , and it remains today much as it is described in that well-read novel with its dramatic scenery, maze of caves, and many offshore wrecks.
Most people are attracted to Cayman Brac for the excellent scuba diving; the newest attraction is the wreck of the 330-foot (100m) Russian-built Cuban naval frigate which was sunk off the island's northwest coast in 1996. It is already the home for a variety of marine life.
Fishermen come to the island to revel in the shallow waters filled with bonefish and the deeper offshore waters teeming with game fish. Those who simply want to relax can enjoy the solitude of one of the many quiet beaches and make like castaways in the most beautiful and unspoiled of settings.
No direct flights from Heathrow to this Destination