Everyone likes to experience vacation time differently. Here are the top five activities at Half Moon, A RockResort that have a little something for everyone:
5. Sun Bathing A good 'ol fashion beachside activity. With two miles of white sandy beaches, Half Moon is a sunbather's paradise. The beaches are manicured each morning and come with beach chairs, towels, thatched umbrellas and many palms trees to take a snooze under. Be sure to grab your book, a fruity cocktail and drift into your island oasis.
4. Golfing A Robert Trent Jones Sr.-designed 18-hole championship golf course is a perfect way to get you moving. Named the Best Caribbean Golf Resort by Caribbean World Magazine and 2009 Golf Resort of the Year (Rest of World) by the International Association of Golf Tour Operators, the Half Moon Golf Course
now boasts improved features for both the avid and casual golfer.
3. Get out in the water As a part of your Half Moon stay, all guests have access to all non-motorized activities including snorkeling, sea kayaks, pedal boats and beach floats. Get out and enjoy the sights and sounds of the Caribbean blue-green waters through the lenses of your snorkel mask or atop a sea kayak.
2. Swin with dolphins With resident bottlenose dolphins Reggae and Tonie, you can get up close and personal with these extremely social mammals. With five different adventures, Reggae and Tonie are sure to create a truly fantastic memory for you and your family. Try out the most popular program, "The Swim Encounter," where you meet the dolphins and experience their powerful swimming.
1. Or let the horses swim for you We've all seen the majestic images of these powerful animals trotting through the surf, but here at Half Moon, "The Sand Shuttle(Beach Ride)" program is a once in a lifetime experience. Starting off at the Equestrian Center, guests ride through the Nature Reserve to the beach. There at the beach, guests are guided into the calm Caribbean waters. Once the horses can no longer reach the sandy bottom, they actually begin to swim by galloping in the water to propel them forward. If you are feeling brave, release your grip from the mane and float back to the horse's tail to be pulled along behind the horse. When back on the beach, be sure praise your horse for an exhilarating adventure.
-- Stephanie Taylor