About Out Islands
The Out Islands consist of all the Bahamas except the major islands of Grand Bahama, New Providence and Paradise Island. The Out Islands are comprised of a few large islands (like Andros and Eleuthera) and hundreds of cays (small islands; pronounced "key"). Some of the cays are inhabited, but many are uninhabited and others are privately owned. Most of the Out Islands are barely developed, making them ideal for those wishing to experience an untouched tropical paradise.
The Abacos are a cluster of over 100 cays, most of which are uninhabited, in the northeastern region of the Bahamas. Known for crystal clear waters and favorable winds, the Abacos have earned a reputation as the sailing...
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The Berry Islands might attract the weary Bill Gates or Steve Forbes types. They also draw fishermen, but this string of islands, which has only 700 residents, is mainly for escapists -- rich escapists. The islands' very limited accommodations (some of which used to be private clubs) lie near the Tongue of the Ocean, home of the big-game fish....
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