Cayman Brac is one of the three islands in the Caribbean Sea, that make up the British Overseas Territory of the Cayman Islands. It's 19 kilometers long (12 miles long), and about 2 kilometers (1.2 mile) wide, and is home to just over 2100 people! From its beautiful lagoon, limestone cliffs, amazing dive sights, white sand beaches, stunning marine life, and countless caves, exploring this island is a must!!!
Best Time to Visit & Climate:
Dry Season: December through February are considered winter and early spring months. Rates are at their highest, and the crowds are much more dense. January and February are the coolest months. Temperatures range from a high of 28-29°C (84-85°F), and a low of 22-23°C (73-74°F).
Shoulder Season: March through May are considered spring, and is the best time to visit right before the seasons change. You can find much cheaper rate, less crowds, and fantastic weather. Temperatures range from a high of 23-31°C (85-88°F), and a low of 22-25°C (73-77°F).
Hurricane Season: June through end of November are considered summer months and rainy season. Rates are at their lowest, and crowds are pretty much non-existent. Temperatures range from a high of 30-32°C (86-90°F), and a low of 23-25°C (75-78°F).
I traveled to Cayman Brac mid-May, and the weather was quite nice! Though it was a bit hazy due to the high humidity, the sun was always out, and there wasn't a drop of rain!
Cayman Brac Beach Resort The prettiest resort around the entire island was definitely Cayman Brac Beach Resort! It was extremely quiet, very simple, yet so beautiful! The food was delicious, the staff was so helpful and prompt, and the views were so serene!
Exploring Cayman Brac I rented a car with B & S Motor Vehicles, and explored around this rugged island! The cool thing about Cayman Brac, is it's home to the highest point in the Cayman Islands, called The Bluff! It is such a beautiful sight, making the landscape so much different than that on Grand Cayman & Little Cayman! The abundance of marine life is so beautiful, not to mention the colorful fan coral all over the island! A few of my favorite spots around the island were Long Beach, The Bluff, & Spot Bay! Exploring this rugged island once, is certainly a must!