Rock Climbing:

The sheer face of the 140-foot-high, limestone bluff at the eastern end of the Brac offers excellent opportunities for experienced rock climbers, and this activity is growing in popularity. A number of routes up the cliff have already been mapped out.

Several of the caves in the bluff are roomy, open and can be easily explored by amateur spelunkers. Some can be accessed easily from the road. You can view bats in Bat Cave, and Great Cave has beautiful rock formations. Bring a flashlight to explore the cave recesses. Historically, these caves have provided islanders with shelter during hurricanes.
Nature is the main attraction on Cayman Brac, and hiking trails are the best means to get close to the exotic flora and fauna, including many species of native and endangered birds, such as the Cayman Brac Parrot and West Indian Whistling Duck.
The shallow areas around the coastline of Cayman Brac are havens for Bonefish and Tarpon. Catch-and-release fishing can for these species can be a blast. The deep waters offshore offer excellent big-game fishing, as well.
There are several ways to get around the small island of Cayman Brac. For a motorized excursion, you can rent a car or feel the fresh air on a scooter. If you'd like to sample the island's road-accessible attractions under your own power, bicycle rentals are available.