Cayman Brac and Little Cayman are collectively referred to as the Sister Islands. Located 90 miles northeast of Grand Cayman, they embody the quintessential island lifestyle.
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Things to love about the Sister Islands
Cayman Brac and Little Cayman attract residents seeking a lifestyle of tranquillity and wellness. With daily flights to and from Grand Cayman, the Sister Islands offer convenience and an escape from the bustle. Their popularity is on the rise among those seeking a vacation home or a quiet place to retire.
The Bluff, Cayman Brac
The highest point in the Cayman Islands, standing at 40 metres above sea level.
A pristine islet off the southwest corner of Little Cayman.
Bloody Bay Marine Park, Little Cayman
Divers love plunging down to view the Bloody Bay wall, which drops to 6,000 feet.
MV Captain Keith Tibbetts
This dive site features a scuttled Russian frigate.
Le Soleil d'Or
Caribbean farm inn with 20 acres of of elevated botanical gardens.
Cayman Brac is home to Spot Bay Primary, Layman Scott High School and the University College of the Cayman Islands. The primary school in Little Cayman is the smallest educational establishment in the Cayman Islands, with just four students on roll currently.
Both islands have access to essentials such as groceries and medical care.