With beaches, museums and must-see attractions, the Out Islands have an amazing array of things to see and do. First stop: the beach. The best in the area is easily Treasure Cay Beaches
and is absolutely not to be missed.
If you're looking for an adventure that allows you to stay on the water but still have a bit of a guided tour, check out Bonefish Andros, http://www.nileguide.com/destination/out-islands/things-to-do/bonefish-andros/935955a company that will take you on a private tour to fish for the elusive fighting silver bonefish. For adventures in the water rather than above it, the Treasure Cay Blue Hole
is one of the best spots for diving in the area.
Once you've tired of the sand and water, head to Hope Town
, a historic old-fashioned settlement that can be reached only by ferry. Afterward spend the rest of the afternoon unwinding by playing golf at the Treasure Cay Golf Course
, one of the best spots around town to tee off.
South of Eleuthera island, on the eastern edge of The Bahamas
(95 miles southeast of Nassau)
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Great Harbour Cay, Berry Islands
Back StreetElbow Cay
Hope Town ,Abaco Island
Compleat Angler Hotel
St. George's Cay
Queen's Highway, Near Williams Town
The waters off Bimini
Bimini Sands Recreation & Activity Center
Greenwood Beach Resort