- Long Island lives up to its name: the island is 100 kilometres long and only six kilometres wide. A single road runs through the island with small side roads on each side.
- Dean's Blue Hole is the deepest blue hole in the world with a depth of 180 metres – a bewitching challenge for free divers.
- Anglers will also find a variety on Long Island, from deep-sea fishing to reef fish and bone fish.
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