Great & Little Exuma Islands

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.

Exuma Cays 
The playground for the rich and famous.

Some islands are tiny with small beaches and a few trees; some rise to green heights, others have rocky cliffs. Many of the Exuma Cays are private, some operating as luxuriously exclusive private-island resorts and others the ultra-exclusive homes of such stars as Johnny Depp and country singers Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. The hub of the Exuma Cays is Staniel Cay, where boaters gather at the Staniel Cay Yacht Club’s bar and restaurant, and where a landing strip serves as the gateway to the northern stretch of Cays.

Within sight of the Club is the famous Thunderball Cave – seen in the James Bond film of the same name as well as the movie, Splash – where you can put on a mask and snorkel and duck inside a small hollow cave that’s filled with friendly fish accustomed to being hand-fed.

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