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After years of trips packed with "have-to" schedules, our children wanted a vacation where they could relax and do whatever they fancied that day. We found a gem in the Brac Reef Beach Resort. Our family of 4 stayed during our teenaged boys' vacation and...More
If u work on island are just visiting it is a place u can go to ,to unwind the food is great staff very polite and helpful, my favorite,jumbo fries ,chocolate cake. thanks giving dinner oh la la...we hang out there some Saturday night .some...More
My wife and I have been diving for 8 years now, and have done quite a few dive resort vacations, but this resort/dive operation would be really hard to beat. The resort itself is very nice, the rooms are all poolside, and the service is...More
My girlfriend and I just spent a week at Brac Reef. We were part of a group of 22 divers. We have been all over the world diving and there is usually something to complain about... Not here. Great carribean diving, clean room, excellent food,...More
My husband and I spent a week at the Brac Reef in late September. The staff is fabulous, friendly and hospitable. The food is served buffet style with lots of excellent choices. The room was well maintained; sadly the firm bed was not comfortable and...More
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Great question! Cayman Brac offers different dive sites than Little Cayman Beach Resort, including Russian Frigate 356 – MV Capt. Keith Tibbetts, Tarpon Reef, Wilderness Wall, and Bert Brothers Boulders. You can ask our... More
Great question! Cayman Brac offers different dive sites than Little Cayman Beach Resort, including Russian Frigate 356 – MV Capt. Keith Tibbetts, Tarpon Reef, Wilderness Wall, and Bert Brothers Boulders. You can ask our reservations office about trips to Little Cayman dive sites, as well. Definitely, the most popular reason divers come to Cayman Brac is to dive the famous Russian Destroyer. She was purchased and sunk on a sandy plateau off the northeast end of Cayman Brac September 17, 1996. Jean-Michael Cousteau, a marine biologist and strong advocate for reef protection, was present for the sinking. You can find more information about our Cayman Brac dive sites on Reef Divers Cayman Brac website.
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"definitely go for second floor unless you are a total pool animal - quieter"