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Recent Cayman Brac reviews

  • Couldn't ask for more!

    "As we prepare to leave the Brac tomorrow, it will be with wonderful memories of both the Brac AND Secluded Sunsets. We could not have asked for a more perfect arrangement! Sasha met us at the airport, along with the rental car she and Henry helped to arrange, and it was perfect from there on out! We had 3 days of diving with Brac Scuba Shack (which we also endorse highly), 3 days of snorkeling, 1 day of caving and bluff exploration and several days of watching amazing sunsets from the seclusion of the west end of the island. The best review I can give is this -- Everything you read about Secluded Sunsets, Henry & Sasha is absolutely accurate. There are no unfortunate surprises. The property and all its amenities and service options are legitimate, and we accessed every one. The pool, cabana, kayaks, hammocks, grill, smoker, movies, w/d, Sasha's amazing cooking & bartending skills, and special relationships with local providers of other services. The houses are clean & neat, well-equipped with everything from linens and laundry detergent to books, games and movies. There is a reasonable supply of seasonings and staples in the kitchen and enough utensils to prepare full meals and frozen drinks. Secluded Sunsets is as perfect as it seems, and you will not be disappointed!"
    Guest: John & Ginny Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 3, 2015
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  • Comfortable Home, Great Location, Quiet Island

    ""Happy Hours" rental is very comfortable. The home is just as described, only better. The waves lapping right outside the sunroom door is relaxing. The pool is large and goes to a depth of 6 feet, very usable. The living room, kitchen, and breakfast area are open and airy making the space feel very large. The two bedrooms are on opposite sides of the home giving privacy to the occupants. The half bath is a welcomed bonus! The home is located about one third of the way east towards the bluff from the airport. Perfect location; a little bit away from the airport, but not too far away from the restaurants. The Property Manager, Van, was very helpful our first night by helping us grab some groceries and showing us a restaurant and the dive gear rental shop. A great place to call home while exploring the island and all it has to offer."
    Guest: Anna Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: December 29, 2014
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  • Once you go Brac - you'll want to go back!!

    "I'm almost reluctant to write this review because I want to keep this gem all to myself!!! But Bonnie & Gene are wonderful people, so I'll do it for them! :) Their condo is immaculate! You will want for nothing! I can't say enough about how helpful and friendly both Bonnie & Gene were. They were easily accessible throughout my stay - and helpful from beginning to end! Also Jeff & Cathy - who work in the main office onsite were also great folks! As was Rohan - he was my coconut water supplier!! Right off the trees! I'll never drink canned again! I thought I was coming to the Brac to lay on that hammock you see in the pics - which I did - for about 1/2 hour total!! I ended up doing so much! Bonnie hooked me up with a tour guide (Keino) and he took me everywhere! He was the best and very knowledgable on Brac history, culture and spots to see! We happened to run into one of the other tour guides (TJ) who also is wonderful! He took a little time to show me some of the hidden chambers in one of the caves we were visiting! I also dove with Brac Scuba - they were wonderful - I hiked, I snorkeled, I ate native food (check out Star Restaurant for a real local treat) and ask around for Miss Sonya - she cooks great food too! You must stop at the bakery - the coconut rolls are done only once a week - so try and get some if you can! If you can, check out Atlantis - an artificial reef - done by artist J. Foots - statues he created from green materials (local sand etc) that he sunk 40 ft down and it's now become a man-made reef to dive - he still has more statues he will be putting in the water. He lives on the island and will tell you all about it if you run into him. I had adventures from day one to my last day there - I could go on and on - and guess what - I'm going back to the Brac - already have my plane tickets and Bonnie & Gene's condo booked! I can't wait! Thank you Bonnie & Gene! Can't wait to see you again!!"
    Guest: Claire K. Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 17, 2014
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  • Beautiful tree house!

    "Had a wonderful weekend on this tall, "tree house" looking house. The house is private, with very quiet neighborhood. This is perfect for relaxation and meditation. It has also unobstructed views of the ocean and we enjoyed a beautiful sunset from the deck. Overall, a relaxing experience."
    Guest: Sophia M. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: September 30, 2014
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Cayman Brac Travel Tips

Traveling to Cayman Brac Vacation Rentals

To get to Cayman Brac, you need to route via Grand Cayman. The Owen Roberts International Airport on Grand Cayman hosts a wide variety of North American and European carriers. Scheduled flights from Miami take a mere 70 minutes. From Grand Cayman, you can get a scheduled flight or private charter flight across to Cayman Brac. The flying time between Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac is approximately 40 minutes, depending on if the aircraft makes a stop en route on Little Cayman. There are also regular ferries and boat charters that operate between the islands.

Experience the Charm of Cayman Brac Accommodation

The smallest of the Cayman Islands, Cayman Brac is a quiet and friendly place to stay. All the locals greet you as you walk or drive down the streets. In no time at all, you’ll feel quite at home on the island. Shopping for fresh produce in the markets or buying some of the daily catch from the local fishermen is an experience all in itself. Staying in a vacation home on Cayman Brac is the perfect way to immerse yourself in the local culture. The rental homes range from spacious oceanfront villas to cozy condos perfect for honeymooners. Stylish furnishings and well equipped kitchens make your stay all the more pleasurable. You can watch the sun dip below the horizon from the privacy of your own deck.

Cayman Brac Resorts Offer Access to an Underwater Heaven

The Caymans are widely hailed as one of the world’s top dive sites. The 100-foot plus visibility, warm ocean temperatures and magnificent coral reefs are just a few of the attractions. The rich marine life, impressive walls and wrecks scattered in the shallows complete the perfect dive destination. Here, the diving is not limited by the number of sites; rather it’s only the need to re-oxygenate your body that will keep you out of the water. You can also take the opportunity to advance your diving certification by doing specialty dive courses with one of the local dive schools during your stay. The wreck of a Cuban naval frigate was sunk off the north west coast is 1996 and is already an impressive artificial reef.

For those not comfortable with donning scuba gear, snorkeling offers a great alternative. Be sure to lather up with loads of sunscreen as once you’re in the water, you’re likely to stay there for hours on end. Brightly colored corals and millions of reef fish swirl around you in a magical dance.

The Caymans are also known as world-class sport fishing islands. Charters that take you out to the deep blue waters can easily be arranged from the marinas on Cayman Brac. Visitors are asked to respect the marine park restrictions and to not waste marine resources. Certain areas on the island are protected and charters will generally take you far away from these areas. However, if you are fishing on your own or from the shore, be sure to familiarize yourself with the marine park boundaries and regulations.

Enjoy Nature Trails on Cayman Brac

The island has some dramatic and very beautiful landscapes. On the eastern side of the island, there are nature trails that follow the coastline long the bluff. Bird watching and spectacular views will keep you entertained as you meander along. Other interesting places to visit are the impressive caves on Cayman Brac. Rebecca’s Cave, Halfway Ground Cave and Peter’s Cave are famous as being hurricane shelters for local residents. Exploring the cave interiors is fascinating and loads of fun.

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