The Exuma Islands

The Exumas are an archipelago of 365 cays and islands, beginning just 35 miles southeast of Nassau, an exotic collection of tiny jewels set in the most beautiful aquamarine and sapphire water you’ve ever imagined. Great Exuma Island, together with the Exuma Cays offer an amazing variety of vacation possibilities, from resorts and hotels with luxury amenities to basic fishing lodges. Hidden coves, bays, and harbours throughout are magnets for yachts and sport fishermen.

Flying along the Exuma Cays and looking down on the tiny jewel-like islands, you'll see every shade of blue possible where the crystal-clear tropical Atlantic pours over the deep cuts between the cays and the constantly shifting sandbars that look like meditative sand paintings. It’s no wonder this has been named one of the top 10 things you absolutely must do in the Caribbean.

The area is so precious — it’s reefs and island environments so pristine — that in 1957 the Bahamas government set aside a 176-square-mile section as the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park, one of the world’s most successful marine parks and a haven for yachtsmen.

The Exumas are divided into three major sections: Great Exuma, Little Exuma and the Exuma Cays. There are 365 cays on the north and south sides. The land is generally low, but there are a few points which rise from sixty to eighty feet. The ports are on the north side and the water is generally deep.
A dream destination.

With beautiful blue water, water everywhere, The Exumas are a dream destination for boaters, fishermen (flats, reef and offshore), divers, snorkelers and kayakers. The private islands are custom-designed for those seeking the ultimate escape, and the new levels of luxury available in both the Cays and Great Exuma Island are a definite draw for lucky couples looking for the perfect spot for an island wedding or honeymoon.

The islands' enduring popularity is founded on the tropical greenery that stretches out to meet the warm, pink-hued sand beaches. Rows of century-old trees border narrow flower-lined streets. It’s a sight not to be missed. The Exumas are also home to the National Family Island Regatta and the National Land and Sea Park.

Great & Little Exuma Islands 
Great and Little Exuma Islands are located about 120 miles southeast of Nassau/Paradise Island, connected by a bridge over a narrow channel known as “The Ferry.” The anchor of The Exumas' archipelago is Great Exuma. Here, you’ll find the laidback capital George Town and a great selection of casual Bahamian restaurants. Hotels here range from condo-resorts to locally owned fishing lodges.
A short boat ride from Great Exuma Island is a barrier cay that protects the main island from the Atlantic. Stocking Island features spectacular views from atop its high bluff and a series of idyllic beaches separated by limestone promontories. On the lee side, the Chat N Chill is a classic beach bar with great food that seems to attract every boater in the area.

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