This has always been one of our most popular features for readers. Why? Because everyone wants to have an idea of what to do in the summer months. Very few of us will be away for more than a couple of weeks, so we need to know how to keep ourselves (and the kids) occupied until school reopens in September.
Our writers have compiled a list of tried-and-true and new activities for everyone to enjoy. Some involve getting your feet – or more – wet, while others are strictly land-based.
We also have to face the fact that summer can mean rain, so we’ve gathered together some indoor options as well.
When was the last time you really went out and explored the island? Was it when you had visitors? Have you got around to gaining your Scuba certification? There are so many things to do here, but because they are there all the time, you probably haven’t taken full advantage of them.
Close your eyes and imagine yourself as a tourist, visiting the islands for the first time. What would be on your bucket list? Would you go to Stingray City or take a tour at Pedro St. James? Would you go on a culinary journey or sit back on a catamaran and watch the waves go by?
The summertime offers you an opportunity to do all those local things you haven’t experienced yet.
Social butterflies can get together with friends and have a games night or try their hand at a mixology class. There is plenty to tick off your list, and we’ve got all the suggestions you need.
We challenge you to try all 50, and make your summer an adventurous one!