A chill, relaxed scuba escape on this beautiful, less-traveled gem in the Cayman Islands!
October 21-28, 2023
(Yes, that's over MEA in Minnesota!)
Airfare, transfers, meals, beverages, and 3 dives/day included!
7 days - $3,850 per person, double occupancy
Solo Traveler - Private Room + $107/day
Nonrefundable Deposit of $500 holds your spot!
Named for its breathtaking bluff, Cayman Brac is off the beaten track but remains charming, allowing thrill-seekers and nature-lovers to get up close and personal with rare flora and fauna. Laidback accommodations are the ideal place to unwind after another day packed with adventures.
Limestone caves and sinkholes contrast waters containing awe-inspiring dives along seawalls and even a sunken ship, as adventurers of all ages can brave the elements in Cayman Brac.
Towering up above, the lush green forests throughout Cayman Brac are a birdwatcher’s dream – with endangered parrots, brown boobies and peregrine falcons perched in the canopy. On the ground, a crisscross of hiking trails will lead you to unusual flowers, reptilian habitats and historic sites of all kinds.
These unique features and easy-going culture provide the perfect place for family vacation or a retreat from your day-to-day.
What is included?
Our escape includes your flights from MSP all the way to Cayman Brac, transfers to the resort, comfortable accomodations for 7 days/6 nights, delicious meals, snacks, and beverages, as well as 3 tanks/day! Our small group size allows you to really connect and get to know other scuba fanatics and make new friends.
Personalized Attention on Dives and on Land!
As always, with two PADI Scuba Professionals along as your hosts and personal Divemasters on every dive along with the local dive guides, you get very personalized attention and can feel confident and comfortable that whatever level you'd like to dive at, you'll have a safe, enjoyable scuba vacation! We can even finish your first, or ongoing scuba certifications on this trip!
Diving on Cayman Brac
There are more than 50 dive sites around Cayman Brac so there are plenty of choices for new and experienced divers alike. A must-see when diving here is the purposely sunk MV Captain Keith Tibbetts. This is a 330ft (100m) Russian Koni class frigate that was sunk in 1996 to create an easily accessible artificial reef.
Buccaneer Reef and the bronze dolphin sculpture on Radar Reef as well as walls like Wilderness Wall, provide unique sights on dives. Tarpon Reef makes for an interesting dive with large silvery tarpon swarming around the tunnel and crevices. We may even head to the famous Bloody Bay Wall on the nearby Little Cayman Island.
What you'll see
Due to its smaller size, scuba diving in Cayman Brac is perfect for groups seeking less commotion than Grand Cayman. Cayman Brac is known for its crystal clear waters, beautiful corals and abundance of marine life. Dives include walls, reefs, and wrecks all on Cayman Brac, plus trips to the Bloody Bay Wall Marine Park on Little Cayman making Cayman Brac the most diverse place to dive in the Cayman Islands.
The trademark turtles of Cayman are a common sight, eagle rays, angelfish, reef sharks and grouper count among the 500 species of fish that have been documented on the Cayman Islands and Cayman Brac.