The limestone bluff at the eastern tip of Cayman Brac rises gradually from the center of the island, but drops off as a sheer cliff, 140 feet high, where it meets the sea. It offers dramatic natural vistas and supports a lighthouse at its highest point. The bluff is perforated with several large caves, which can be safely explored by amateur spelunkers.
Brac Parrot Reserve:
The 180-acre Brac Parrot Reserve has been established near the bluff on Brac's eastern end. Among other birds, at least 400 endangered Cayman Brac Parrots find their natural home here and you can observe these beautiful, green animals up-close from the half-mile long nature trail. You can also see numerous exotic trees and plants and a few sinkholes, too.
Cayman Brac Museum:
This small museum is located in the old government building at Stake Bay on Brac's northwestern coast. Photographs show the Brac's shipbuilding history and artifacts from the past include farm tools, carvings, cookware, shipbuilding tools and even the first telephone system used on the island.
Saltwater Pond:
The Saltwater Pond, on Cayman Brac's southwest coast, is an excellent place to get an up-close look at the endangered West Indian Whistling Duck and other native waterfowl. Though this duck is also found on Little Cayman and Grand Cayman, as many as 45 of them have been seen at Brac's Saltwater Pond
at one time.
Community Park:

The Community Park, at the west end of the island, offers a nature trail, where special trees and plants are identified by signs. There is also a playground, perfect for picnics and barbecues.