Acklins/Crooked Island is a natural lure for fish and fishermen alike
They say good things come in small packages, and truer words couldn't be spoken about Acklins, a lesser known island that's just 238 square km and six km across at its widest point. The island hugs the Bight of Acklins, a small but famous lagoon.
Although the population is scarce, with just over 400 residents, there is plenty to do on Acklins Island. Searching for seclusion? Breathtaking beaches, unusual rock formations and scenic plant and animal life make Acklins Island a nature lover's dream. An exotic location, Acklins is for the traveller seeking solace. In other words, you'll be making your own adventures on this quiet island with rugged terrain and little development.