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I ran into Rebecca's Cave by accident while riding one of Cayman Brac Beach Resort's bikes on my... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Craig W
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Worth a Visit

On a trip to Cayman Brac in March my husband and I visited Rebecca's Cave. It is very easy access... read more

Reviewed 19 April 2017
lovesthesun-7
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Stittsville, Ontario
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“road west” (2 reviews)
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I ran into Rebecca's Cave by accident while riding one of Cayman Brac Beach Resort's bikes on my last day. The site itself is a small cave with a little natural light from several sources. Apparently, several families took refuge there to escape from a...More

Thank Craig W
Reviewed 19 April 2017

On a trip to Cayman Brac in March my husband and I visited Rebecca's Cave. It is very easy access - and one can actually see Rebecca's grave from the entrance to the cave. The cave itself is not particularly amazing in itself, but knowing...More

Thank lovesthesun-7
Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

Rebecca's cave is off South Side Road West. The cave is easy to access and, after reading why it was named Rebecca's Cave, I was surprised to see a memorial tomb there. We did the mature walk through the salt pond. Saw a few cool...More

1  Thank da277
Reviewed 18 January 2017 via mobile

In 1932 a massively destructive hurricane hit the Cayman Islands. It destroyed most of the homes. Over a hundred people died in Cayman Brac alone. Rebecca's parents found refuge in this cave but poor 18 month old Rebecca died of exposure and is buried here....More

Thank GraceSanFrancisco
Reviewed 31 December 2016 via mobile

This cave is very beautiful and easy to access. It has a feeling of reverence as the cave holds the grave of a small child, Rebecca Bodden. Sad once again that humans have defiled with scratching on the rocks. Definitely recommended to visit though

Thank texasjudye
Reviewed 13 April 2016

Just to realize that so many people were in this cave back in 1932 during the worst hurricane of their history is mind-boggling. There really isn't a lot of room inside but there are quite a few paths off from the main area. To see...More

1  Thank MRSSEMISWEET
Reviewed 2 April 2016 via mobile

Every Time I visit this Cave I think of the young girl that died here because of the 32 storm. Nicely preserved cave. Next time I was to explore the trail that leads to it from the north side.

Thank CaymanGirl4
Reviewed 22 February 2016

This is a small cave and sad as it has the grave of a baby who died here in a storm. Very sad. You can stand up in this cave and walk around.

Thank petcottages
Reviewed 22 January 2016

We spent a day of our vacation exploring many of the islands caves. We liked reading the history behind the cave, we enjoyed exploring inside and taking some pictures. One view above us resembled a heart, which got my daughter thinking it was a message...More

Thank Jennifer P
Reviewed 17 November 2015

This is an easy access ground level cave, you must duck to get in but it opens up quite spaciously inside where the grave of little Rebecca lies, people still put flowers on it. Not a super long stop, may take you less than 15...More

Thank HibiscusMeg
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