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All of the caves on Cayman Brac are fairly easy to access. Nani's Cave was probably the trickiest to locate, and the most challenging to access. It was surrounded by rugged limestone, which took time to negotiate crossing. Great Cave and Rebecca's Cave both contained...More
The cave was a very neat experience. The one we visited was used as a storm shelter on the side of a large hill at the top of the bluff. It was a tight squeeze but you could walk a little further hunched over and...More
There are several natural caves on the island to visit. They are all free and open to the public. Just park by the sign and walk up and in. Great formations and most have bats and many have hermit crabs.
We drove around the island in our rental car looking for the caves and we visited a number of them. Some of the caves are fairly easy to get into while others are really hard and you would have to have good balance and stamina....More
While touring the island in our rental vehicles we stopped at several caves. Each of the caves had good signage with a brief explanation of the history and unique features. We saw several bats and learned a bit of island history from the signage and...More
There are tons of caves on the island that are very accessible for exploring. So many different shapes and colors to see amongst the rocks. We also saw some bats! Be mindful of the strength and exertion that it takes to get into some of...More
If you're able to climb, you need to see these limestone caves. We visited four different caves: Skull (easy access), Bat (easy access), Peters (very steep stairs) and Great (ladders to climb). Take a flashlight. I used my dive light. Each cave is very different....More