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Days in Anguilla, like most Caribbean vacations, are shaped by spontaneity or schedule.

Not everyone comes to CéBlue Villas and Beach Resorts at Crocus Bay to relax. For many, the Caribbean is a call to adventure, igniting a thirst that can only be slaked by the pulse-pounding thrill of water sports and activities. If you’re one of these adrenaline junkies, you’ll find a selection of some of today’s most popular offerings at CéBlue. From full-on sports like Sunfish sailboating or paddle boarding to less strenuous activities like kayaking or snorkeling, the following list will help you choose your favorite water activity while staying at the luxurious CéBlue Villas. Why not try them all?

Water Sports - Recreation on Crocus Bay - Anguilla

 Sunfish sailboats

Sail the ocean blue in your very own Sunfish sailboat. This popular sport lets you captain a nimble vessel out on the open waters of the Anguilla Caribbean. Feel the wind at your back and the sun on your face while you chart your very own water-borne adventure. Sunfish sailboats are lightweight, compact and so simple even a novice can quickly learn how to operate one.

Boat rides to nearby islands

What could be more relaxing than spending a day on one of the smaller Caribbean islands right off the coast of Crocus Bay? Visit the island paradise of your choice: Sandy Island or Prickly Pear.

Your adventure to Sandy Island begins with a ferry service to what at first glance appears to be a floating sandbar. A closer look reveals one of the most spectacular tropical sights you may ever see. Palm trees huddle on a sparkling white beach that’s so powdery, it simply begs for barefoot exploration. Beach umbrellas, chairs and hammocks await travelers seeking relaxation in the middle of paradise. A restaurant and bar in the middle of the island services adventurers with high-quality food and cocktails.

Likewise, a boat ride to Prickly Pear provides a similarly refreshing experience. Visit the beachfront restaurant for a rum punch cocktail and a traditional Caribbean meal consisting of chicken, ribs or seafood. Or laze about on the beach enjoying the sunshine and salty air. The shallow waters off the island also make it a great place to snorkel, so don’t forget your gear.

Whether you choose Sandy Island or Prickly Pear, the good times and sunny vibes are sure to impress all who make the trip to either location.

Snorkeling

Strap on your fins and mask-up for some of the best snorkeling in the Caribbean. Submerge into the clear blue water to experience the calming tranquility of life under the waves. Discover a new world of breathtaking sights at your fingertips. The corals and plants on the ocean bed are literally teeming with activity; expect to see local denizens of the deep like sea urchins, sea cucumbers and schools of exotic tropical fish. Who knows, you might even spy a blue tang or a kissy-mouthed trunkfish! Be sure to take an underwater camera for memories you’ll cherish for a lifetime.

Stand up paddle boards

Grab your board and head out into the Caribbean surf. Take a few moments to discover your center of balance, and then get ready to enjoy the ride of your life. Beginners will enjoy the sensation of seemingly walking on water, and more advanced users might tackle a turn or two. Whatever your skill set, paddle boarding is a great low-impact workout for the water adventurer. 

Kayaking

Treat yourself to a self-navigated tour of the beach on your very own kayak adventure. This popular activity is a must-do for sports lovers and nature enthusiasts alike. Navigate the Anguillian waters in a stable, easy-to-maneuver kayak that lets you become one with nature. Kayaking is a moderate upper-body workout that gets the blood pumping, but still manages to be relaxing at the same time.

Boogie boarding

It’s like surfing, but way easier. Head out into the waters of Crocus Bay on your own personal boogie board. Catch a breaking wave and ride the Anguillian surf all the way back to shore. This activity is great for all ages and puts you right in the thick of the action. Tackle small and moderate waves at first, then gradually work up your skill level. If you’re feeling adventurous, try a few turns and spins. In no time, you’ll transform into a champion flow rider.

Whatever your interests or preferred level of exertion, CeBlue Resorts of Anguilla has a water activity that’s right for you. It’s hard to imagine a more beautiful place to experience your water-borne adventure than Anguilla. An area roughly the size of Manhattan, Anguilla features sprawling beaches and crystal clear waters. In other words, it’s the perfect backdrop for any Caribbean adventure. Visitors from around the world visit the area for the breathtaking beachfront views, spectacular sunsets and some of the best island nightlife in the world. A true desert island, the area tends to avoid the storm clouds that sometimes develop around more mountainous islands. The result: tropical, sunshiny weather year-round. In other words, Anguilla is nothing short of paradise.

While Anguilla enchants you with its natural beauty, let CeBlue delight you with man-made comforts. If you’re looking for luxurious accommodations, chic sophistication awaits you under the blue roofs of our modern villas. Each or our eight different reconfigurable villas feature nearly 8,000 square feet of living space, plenty of room for all whether you’re traveling with family or a group of friends. Traveling with that special someone? You won’t find a more romantic setting for a honeymoon or a special weekend anywhere else in the world. Each villa also features a private sun deck, a saltwater swimming pool and breathtaking views of the azure waters in front of the resort. Other resort amenities include an outdoor shower, stainless steel barbecue grills and everything you could want in a gourmet kitchen, like a wine cooler and stainless-steel appliances.

From luxury villas to the finest water sports, CeBlue Villas and Resorts are where to stay in Anguilla. Come for adventure. Or come to relax. Plenty of both await you at CeBlue.

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