My Own Travels
March 21, 2016
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Swaying palm trees, warm sugary sand and the soft sound of the surf makes spending the day on a Cayman Island beach pure bliss. Cayman Brac can be found in the center of the sparkling Caribbean Sea and is the largest of the three Cayman Islands. Unspoiled beaches, caves, exotic flora and fauna and some of the best snorkeling spots can be found in the region, of course you’ll need the right accessories like a cooler and sunglasses so there are articles that are recommended reading. And if your eyes are sensitive to the light, here are some tips on finding eye serum that´s perfect for you, but if you need professional help, then you’re going to have to visit It’s a dream destination for those who love adventure and lovers of nature. Here are just some of the things you can do on the island.

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Bask in the golden sun on Brac’s public beach. If you’ve ever wanted a beach completely to yourself, this is the place to go. The facilities are well kept and the place is amazingly beautiful. You can spend hours there listening to the surf, taking a dip or simply relaxing.

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Head to the Buccaneer Beach and go snorkeling. Brac has an amazing marine life. Rainbow reefs, puffer fish and bonefish are a common sight in the natural saltwater pools along the beach. You can also climb down the staircase carved into the limestone to the water where you can swim with stingrays and hundreds of vibrant fish. You can also include visiting the South Lake Tahoe for another great travel experience.

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Drive to the massive rock formation that spans the center of the island to explore the many caves and grottoes. The caves have thousands of beautiful stalactites and stalagmites that are just simply amazing.

And, if you happen to be there in May, don’t miss the festivities in George Town. They have parades, face painting, mask decorating and snow cone classes, as well as wonderful island music, food and crafts.


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