Hiking is a great way to explore the wonders of the Cayman Islands. In Cayman Brac alone, there are 35 named and marked nature trails, including wetland trails, bird watching spots and historic landmarks, allowing exploration of the island’s unique flora and fauna.
Ceramic signs at the hiking trail entrances are visible from the roadside, highlighting unique points of interest and level of difficulty. Many of the trails have boardwalks that allow you to walk through the forests with ease. For those trails that cross over the Bluff, there are stairways that make the climb a little easier, so anyone can do it.
While on the tour, take a few moments to read the interpretive signs and see if you can identify the many species that flourish in their natural environment. Listen carefully to the mating calls of birds above or the rustling leaves on the ground where hermit ‘solja’ crabs make their journey.
Cayman Brac provides free tour guides for the Boardwalk trail and other sights – to arrange a guided tour simply email firstname.lastname@example.org