Snorkeling and Scuba
New Heights and Great Guana Cay are the perfect platform for a vacation in the great outdoors. Whether you prefer to spend your time sporting, relaxing by the pool or exploring the beaches, there is truly something for everyone within walking distance of New Heights.
Great Guana Cay is filled with a wealth of both land and water wildlife. The New Heights residence is within walking distance of one of the world’s largest coral reef. Additionally, the North Coast of the Cay is globally renowned for its bonefishing. For those who prefer more relaxing natural experiences, Great Guana Cay is filled with countless white sand beaches and coconut trees. It is nearly impossible to leave the Cay without finding the perfect place to catch a few rays, read a book or swim in the crystal clear water.
Unlike other areas, when you stay at New Heights, you don’t need to plan an entire day or overnight trip to go snorkeling. The Northern Hemisphere’s third largest coral reef is just a short walk from the New Heights residence. Common sights at the reef include a variety of small tropical reef fish, French angelfish, puffer fish, southern stingrays, snappers, trumpet fish and baby barracudas. The reef closest to New Heights is highly accessible for everyone, including children, making vacation planning easy for families.
Should you feel more adventurous make sure visit the many renowned dive sites around Great Guana Cay like Grouper Alley, The Tower, The Blue Hole, and Guana Gardens. Anchoring buoys in these areas are extremely accessible and reliable, making your trip stress-free.
W hether you have your own boat, fish off the coast or make plans with one of Guana’s fishing guides, you are guaranteed to see countless ocean fish. Some of these fish include: Wahoo, Snapper, Tuna, Billfish and Grouper. Make sure to check out the coral reef and beaches just walking distance from New Heights.