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Beautiful Sight

We visited the bluff with Mossy's Tours. I highly suggest you go with him as he will take you to a... read more

Reviewed 15 May 2017
Chad S
Great walk to see birds, caves, and rock formations

The walk out to the Bluff was a bit rugged (it consisted of ironshore), so we'd recommend trekking... read more

Reviewed 9 May 2017
Julia H
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Scappoose, Oregon
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Bat colonies and deep caves, used by island residents for shelter during storms, are the beckoning features of this limestone crag that rises 140 feet above the sea at Cayman Brac's eastern tip.
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Reviewed 15 May 2017

We visited the bluff with Mossy's Tours. I highly suggest you go with him as he will take you to a save spot on the bluff to get great pictures and point out the boobie birds. Bring a camera, and enjoy the sights. This is...More

Thank Chad S
Reviewed 9 May 2017

The walk out to the Bluff was a bit rugged (it consisted of ironshore), so we'd recommend trekking poles (or at the very least, sticks), for sure. While the skyline was beautiful and the brown-footed boobies and their babies were incredible, the shore was heartbreaking....More

Thank Julia H
Reviewed 3 May 2017

The rugged east end was such a contrast to the tropical feel of the rest of the island. Don't wear flip flops if you want to walk that beach

Thank Worldgypsy72
Reviewed 20 April 2017 via mobile

Cayman Brac Bluff is absolutely beautiful. Don't miss this magical place overseeing the most colourful azure sea ever. Bring lots of fresh water for your adventure and good footwear!

Thank Joann B
Reviewed 19 April 2017

On a trip to Cayman Brac in March my husband and I drove to the Lighthouse, and began our walk along the bluff. The views are lovely, and there were so many birds. We were fortunate to see Brown Booby chicks as well. Many of...More

1  Thank lovesthesun-7
Reviewed 19 March 2017

Fun place to checkout if you like to roack climb. Be warned the rack is very sharp! The Boobies are also much fun to watch from this location

Thank stolenlaptop2015
Reviewed 16 March 2017

Definitely worth the short drive or hike to the lighthouse. You can take the lighthouse road from Ashton Reid (the cutover road) and there's sufficient parking. It's worth taking some time to walk part of the lighthouse trail - you'll see lots of birds and...More

Thank BradB97
Reviewed 10 February 2017 via mobile

Beautiful vistas. Well worth stopping to have a look. There is a hiking trail from the lighthouse along the bluff but it does not loop so keep that in mind if you decide to make the trek.

Thank sbear1324
Reviewed 28 January 2017 via mobile

Best to go via the lighthouse route if you don't want to walk too much, as you can park right by the lighthouse and easily hike the whole bluff. We parked on the other side and climbed the stairs to peter's cave then hiked to...More

Thank Darryn M
Reviewed 19 January 2017 via mobile

Good sturdy shoes are a must for this walking. It's a beautiful walk along an ironshore beach to the cliff. Lots of birds to see. Be careful near the water as the waves may be unpredictable.

1  Thank zjan
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