Things to do on Water

From Allan's Cay in the north to Hog Cay in the south, The Exuma Islands have a lot to offer both above and below the surface of the water. There are thousands of miles of Invitingly soft, white-sand beaches stretching along the length of the chain, cays and inlets, for relaxing or exploring by foot and by boat. The shallow, crystal-clear waters provide one of the prettiest settings for snorkeling in the entire Bahamas. Fishing and diving are the mainstay, but many boating competitions are also held here. There's the Out Island Regatta in Great Exuma in April, the largest regatta in the country, and the New Year’s Day Cruising Regatta in Staniel Cay. 

Beaches of Stocking Island: Easily reachable by boat from Elizabeth Harbour, Stocking Island has some of the finest white sand beaches in The Bahamas. Snorkelers and divers love to explore the island's blue holes, coral gardens and undersea caves. Stocking Island is also home to Stromatolites, which are said to be the oldest...   Great Exuma 
Coco Plum Beach: Located on the northern end of Great Exuma, this white-sand beach is dotted with beautiful palms. It is ideal for picnicking and most likely you will have the beach all to yourself. It is also well known for great shelling and sand dollars during low tide. Great Exuma
Emerald Beach: Crescent-shaped and white powder sand, Emerald Beach, adjacent to Sandals Emerald Bay Hotel, got its name from the translucent emerald green waters. Great Exuma 
Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park: Scuba diving and snorkeling are popular at this ecological preserv and wildlife refuge encompassing 176 square miles of pristine waters, land and beaches. Encounter nature first-hand by catching a glimps of endangered Bahamian iguanas.    Exuma Cays 
Flamingo Bay: Flamingo Bay Beach, a pristine expanse of powdery sand and translucent water, stretches for one quarter of a mile from Steventon to Rokers' Point. Great Exuma 
Jolly Hall Beach: One of Exuma's many beaches, Jolly Hall Beach is within walking distance of several hotel properties. Great Exuma 
Shroud Cay: Visit these beautiful beaches among large expanses of mangrove.   
Three Sisters Beach: Located in Mt. Thompson, this expanse of white sand beach offers breath taking views of the beautiful blue-green waters and of course the legendary rocky trio, The Three Sisters Rocks. Great Exuma 
Tropic of Cancer Beach: Tropic of Cancer Beach, also known as Pelican Beach, is a graceful crescent of white-powder sand bordering the translucent blue-green water along the coast of Little Exuma. The longest beach on the island, it is also the prettiest in the Exuma chain and you will probably have it all to yourself... Little Exuma 

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