October 9, 2021 -
 October 16, 2021

Cayman Brac

Abundant marine life and gorgeous reefs

Where we are diving

Join us as we head to Cayman Brac for a tropical getaway! With almost 70 dive sites to choose from, there is something for every level of diver. You’ll enjoy little to no current and unlimited visibility as you explore beautiful walls, amazing swim-throughs, and gorgeous reefs with ample marine life. No visit is complete without checking off a dive at their artificial reef, the MV Captain Keith Tibbetts which is a 330-foot long Russian frigate renamed and sunk in 1996.

During our trip, we will be diving with Reef Divers Dive shop. You can sit back and relax as they handle all the heavy lifting. They will rinse, dry, and store your BCD and regulator daily, so they are set up and ready for your next dive. At the dive shop, they have separate rinse tanks for photo equipment and wetsuits, and general dive gear, plus a dry room with hanging space for wetsuits and mesh bags so you don’t have to take them to your room. Venture to Cayman Brac this fall with trip leader, Linda Maune!

 

Linda Maune

Linda Maune, Trip Leader

The Cayman Islands are a jewel sitting out in the big blue waiting to be explored! I love “the Brac” as it isn’t too big, or little….it is THE BRAC!  The diving can be on either side of the island and the diversity of life ranges from big to little!  The resort has enough of all you need, especially the food!  Oh my!  Each meal is a wide selection of delights!  The pool is so easy to hang out by when not diving!  The sounds from waves breaking will have you napping in a hammock or enjoying a book on your porch or patio.  Come travel with me to Explore the beautiful Cayman Brac Beach Resort where they pride themselves on “Valet Diving”!
Trips like this sell out fast!
Registration closes on July 9 2021.

Resort Details

Where we are staying

“The Brac” as you will come to know her, is one of the three Cayman Islands. Most of the roads are flat and good for bicycling to see nature trails, explore caves or climb the iconic bluff (named “Brac”). Cayman Brac Beach Resort is an intimate resort with all of the large resort amenities. The rooms face the beach and they include a coffee maker, toiletries, hairdryer, TV, and complimentary wifi. After a long day of diving, you can relax at the Island Prime Restaurant and then pop over for a drink at the Tipsy Turtle Bar. This is the spot to come, relax and take a tropical vacation! 

Learn more about the accommodations from the Cayman Brac Beach Resort

Trip Details

Price

  • From Omaha: $3,170
  • From Springfield: $3,280
  • From North Liberty: $3,090
  • From Madison or Columbia: $2,405*

Deposit and payments

  • $500 due upon sign up
  • $500 due on July 1, 2021
  • Full balance due August 16, 2021

Other info

  • Non-diver: $2,900 from Omaha, $3,010 from Springfield, $2,810 from North Liberty, $2,135 from Madison or Columbia
  • Prices are based upon double occupancy
  • All payments are non-refundable
  • Prices are subject to change due to events outside of our control

Recommended courses

  • Enriched Air Nitrox
  • Boat Diving

What’s included

  • Roundtrip airfare and transfers
  • All meals
  • 13 dives
  • Welcome rum punch
  • Nitrox

What’s not included

Recommended equipment

  • Suunto D5 dive computer
  • Hydros BCD

What prior travelers say

“The Brac is known for beautiful diving with little to no current and unlimited visibility. This makes it an excellent spot for new divers and beyond amazing for experienced photographers and videographers. Her beautiful wall dives are full of arches, swim-throughs, gorgonia, sponges, fans, and fish life all competing for your attention. She has a Russian frigate, nicely covered with life which is perfectly situated for divers of all skill levels with the stern in shallow water and the deepest section at 90 feet. This island gets relatively, fewer dive tourists each year so it has stayed pristine and untouched.”
– JoAnn H

Important Details

Know before you go

Water
The water is perfectly safe to drink but if you have a sensitive stomach we always suggest you drink bottled water.

Electricity
There is no need for an adapter when traveling from the US.

Money
There is no need to exchange money before going to Cayman Brac. The US dollar is widely accepted.

Need help packing?

We can’t pack for you, but we can share our packing list and travel tips.

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