Swim with exotic sea life along the Western Hemisphere's largest barrier reef.
Escape to any of the more than 400 tropical islands and three of the Western Hemisphere's four coral atolls, surrounded by pristine turquoise waters. Discover the highest waterfall and the most extensive cave system in Central America, and dive the captivating Blue Hole.
The Great Blue Hole
Whale Sharks Diving
The Gladden Spit and Silk Cayes Marine Reserve located near Placencia in Southern Belize, is a spawning aggregation site for many different tropical fish species including the cubera, mutton and dog snappers which produce tons of spawn
The Cayman Islands is an autonomous British Overseas Territory in the western Caribbean Sea. The 264-square-kilometre (102-square-mile) territory comprises the three islands of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.
Discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1503, these islands are a haven for watersports enthusiasts. Grand Cayman, the largest of the sister islands, is home to the capital of the Caymans, George Town.
One of Grand Cayman’s main attractions is Seven Mile Beach, site of a number of the island's hotels and resorts. Named one of the Ultimate Beaches by Caribbean Travel and Life, Seven Mile Beach is on the western shore of Grand Cayman Island. It is a public property and possible to walk the full length of the beach.
All three islands offer scuba diving , and the Cayman Islands is home to several snorkelling locations where tourists can swim with stingrays, The most popular area to do this is Stingray City, Grand Cayman, Stingray City is a top attraction in Grand Cayman and originally started in the 1980s, when divers started feeding squid to stingrays. The stingrays started to associate the sound of the boat motors with food, and thus visit this area year round.
Little Cayman is known for its excellent scuba diving and birdwatching, unspoiled wildlife habitat and laid-back atmosphere. The most popular dive site areas, Bloody Bay and Jackson's Bight, are both located on the north side of the island, just west of its midpoint, featuring incredible walls and drop offs to dive. Little Cayman also features an array of interesting wildlife, such as the red-footed booby and the Cayman iguana.
The smallest of the Caymans, Cayman Brac was once a haven for pirates, but now is another incredible dive locale. The Russian Frigate ship was purchase and sunk by the Caymans in September 1996. This wreck serves as an incredible dive site and artificial reef. Rock climbing, cave exploration and hiking all are prevalent on this little spot of land.
For the more active it is the perfect location for some Hobie Cat Racing, Water-skiing, Windsurfing or Hiking - or perhaps strolling around the famous Bitter End Yacht Club for some light shopping. Then a late afternoon a short hop to Prickly Pear Island to enjoy a deserted anchorage and beautiful views of Necker Island over sunset cocktails.
If you wish, partake in one Akasha's themed nights - Pirates, 70's disco .. the choice is yours!
A short sail to Marina Cay, a very pretty island which offers live entertainment at cocktail hour.
A perfect anchorage for more water sports, including Scuba diving and snorkelling. For the daring dive from Akasha's fly bridge into the deep water! Either relax in this pristine location watching the graceful Pelicans that gather on the rocky shore, or take another afternoon cruise to historical Salt Island which harbours the ship wreck of HMS Rhone and whose inhabitants still pay a bag of salt a year to The Queen as rent.
Snorkel or Dive HMS Rhone or have a cocktail served to you on Akasha's "Rum Island" watching the sun go down.