|Cayman Brac, West End Road, at pull off 1.8 km east of Stake Bay. East of the Faith Hospital.
|none, bring torch
Skip Harper (2002):
Adventuring on Cayman Brac,
A Guide to Great Adventures on this Small Caribbean Gem.
Heel & Toe Pub, November 2002, paperback, 190pp., ISBN: 0964064529.
|As far as we know this information was accurate when it was published (see years in brackets), but may have changed since then.
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Skull Cave is easy to access and a wooden stair leads into the cave entrance. There are two main chambers connected by passages with vaulted ceilings.
The cave was named Skull Cave, because the entrance looks a little bit like a skull. This impression is probably due to the pale colour of the light gray limestone. The entrance is also nice and photogenic because of various interesting plants like bougainvilla and various cacti.