Discover Unique experiences throughout our destinations
They call it Seven Mile Beach, but this world-famous beach actually runs 5.5 miles in length from top to bottom. Consistently rated one of the world’s most beautiful beaches, Seven Mile’s gorgeous, clear waters and white sand make it a picture-perfect place to be all days of the week. Child friendly, safe and ideal for a stroll with family and friends, you can be sure it will be a ‘must-see’ when visiting us!
Cayman’s largest land-based attraction, The Cayman Turtle Centre: Island Wildlife Encounter, hosts more than 200,000 visitors each year. The park celebrates Caymanian stewardship of the sea with an ever-changing array of educational, cultural and entertainment programs. Must-see exhibits include turtle touch tanks, a breeding pond (home to matriarch turtles weighing up to 500 pounds) and more. Open every day from 8:30am – 5PM, with prices starting at USD$18 for the turtle tour or US$45 for the full park experience. Children aged 5-12 are half price and infants 0-4 years are free.
Take a kayak through the glowing waters of Grand Cayman’s bio bay and experience the mango forests — a sanctuary for a variety of flora and fauna. Watching bioluminescent organisms light up the night with each stroke of your paddle is truly remarkable! Several local vendors operate eco-friendly tours for adults and children age 6 and older, starting at 7PM from Rum Point. Check dates in advance; bio bay tours run only on the darker nights of the month.
Macao Surf Camp offers a surf program in Punta Cana to meet everyone’s needs. Whether you have never surfed before and always dreamed of learning, or if you just want to improve your existing skills, we have the coaching to enable you to reach your goals.
Explore our zip line course with 18 platforms and 12 lines! We have two of the longest lines in the Caribbean right here on the Dominican Republic! Just enjoy the fun of zip lining as we focus on your safety and attaching your climbing gear to the double line cables.
Your day will begin in the majestic mountain of Anamuya, this is where the Jungles Buggies fun begin. Our specialized guides will teach you everything related to the safety and driving of the buggie, which are very easy to drive. Discover the landscapes and explore an incredible journey through unusual terrain, you can come with your friends and family to share these unique sensations that you will get at the wheel at 4×4 speeds.
Start your day at the beautiful oceanfront archaeological site of Tulum. Explore the site at your own pace enjoying the insights of your private certified archaeological guide. Cool off with a guided snorkelling experience in a vast and mystical cavernous cenote/subterranean river. Fall in love with the clear soothing waters and breathtaking karst rock formations in one of the most unforgettable aquatic ecosystems that you will ever witness. End the experience with a delicious gourmet beachside lunch on the picturesque beach of Tulum. Enjoy a variety of regional cuisine options accompanied with salsa, chips, and fresh seasonal fruit beverage.
Lagoon Kaan Luum is off the beaten track and a unique place for stand up paddle. This lagoon is shallow on the sides with a big crater in the middle. It is for sure an unforgettable sight and an amazing place for stand up paddle and to just enjoy the amazing nature. Definitely this is something that can’t be missed!
Explore the most extensive underground river system on earth at your pace and on your terms. Swim and snorkel in crystal clear waters as you discover the hidden beauty of this highly unique ecosystem and gaze upon exotic rock formations tens of millions of years in the making. Feel the intrigue that accompanies learning about our planet’s geological past and the role played by Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. Finish your dream experience with a well deserved gourmet beachside lunch in the powdery white sand beaches of Tulum.
St. Barth is an ideal place to scuba dive. Four shipwrecks and a protected marina ensure that there is plenty to explore for divers of all abilities. There’s a wide variety of underwater life to discover, including pretty little angelfish and parrotfish, stingrays, turtles, barracudas and even the occasional whale.
Surfing is one of St. Barth’s most popular water sports. Different spots exist for surfers of all abilities and the warm waters mean even children can surf from sunrise to sunset nearly all year around. It’s no Hawaii, but during hurricane season bigger swells come in from the north-east, and the island’s size means if the waves change you can simply move to another area. In a marked difference to many popular surfing islands, friendly relations between visitors and locals help keep surfing in St. Barth fun and safe for everyone.
A fishing trip is one of the finest days out you can have while visiting St. Barth. Yellow fin tuna, mahi mahi and wahoo are all abundant in the deep waters further away from the coast, while lobster can be trapped closer to the shore.