Crooked Island district, comprises three major islands (Crooked Island, Acklins and Long Cay), covering approximately 260 square miles of land mass, enclosing a shallow lagoon twice it’s size The trio of islands adjoining cays and inland waterways, are still undisturbed by modern technology and airplane traffic, making it a fisherman’s paradise for bone fishing, barracudas and other game fish.
The crystal clear waters, reefs and numerous shoals on its north side make it natural for snorkeling.
Nature walks/ Beach combing: This practically un-inhabited island provides a safe and adventurous environment for the avid fitness and nature enthusiast, or for those just wanting to experience the beauty of creation.
Bird watching: The many cliffs, tidal flats, mangroves and marsh lands is a habitat for many bird species including Flamingoes (the light house is called Bird Rock).
Bicycling: Imagine an island where four (4) vehicles in succession is termed a traffic jam. You can enjoy the roads of this island without the concerns of traffic of any kind
Cave exploration: The many cliffs and hills are dotted with caves of all description, which awaken the explorer in you, and invite you to search for that stash of hidden treasure.