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Cayman Brac is the second largest of the three Cayman Islands, and is distinguished by a massive limestone bluff that runs along the center of the island—in some places as much as 140 feet above sea level. Cayman Brac is known for its spectacular scuba diving—often with 100 feet of visibility.
The island is full of many caves and legend holds that pirates used them to hide their booty. In more recent times, the caves provided shelter from storms and hurricanes; residents survived a violent hurricane in 1932 by hiding in Peter’s Cave. Cayman Brac is also recognized one of the world’s best exotic climbing destinations.
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The Cayman Islands have more than 200 documented scuba diving sites, claimed to offer some of the best underwater diversity in the world. The natural beauty of Grand Cayman is not confined to its pristine beaches or turquoise blue waters. Nature lovers can visit the Butterfly Farm, hike the historic Mastic Trail or meet an endangered Grand Cayman Iguana at the Botanic Park. Browse the many duty free shops of George Town and you'll find the best shopping anywhere in the Caribbean.go snorkeling and diving.
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