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A number of water taxis can transport you to this island to spend the day on the beach or the night at one of its resorts. Most go to hang out at Chat 'n' Chill Beach Bar & Grill, ...
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This national park protects a number of the 365 small islands north of Great Exuma making up Exuma Cays, and provides moorings for boaters who want to explore their beaches, trails, ...
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Its most popular excursion builds on Exuma's vaunted reputation for swimming pigs and an underwater filming site for James Bond's "Thunderball." Any number of tours and charters ...
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On Little Exuma, look for the Beach Access sign in the tiny settlement of Forbes Hill for the two coved beaches at the end of a short, rocky road. They are something of a local's ...
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The capital of the Exumas, George Town holds its government and business operations, plus some churches, restaurants, shops, a small straw market, and resorts. The town lassos Lake ...
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This unusual activity has put Exuma on the map in the past few years and has sparked similar experiences on other islands in the Bahamas. Wild pigs instantly appear on the beach ...
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Nearest to the airport, this hidden beach requires some local knowledge. You will have to park roadside to make the short walk to the silky sands and gem-tone waters. They are so ...
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A majority of Great Exuma residents have the last name Rolle because they took the name of their slave master, plantation owner Lord Denys Rolle, once they were emancipated. One of ...
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Great Exuma's original capital city, Steventon makes a short, scenic drive from Emerald Bay (about a half-hour from George Town). See the statue of Pompey and learn the story of ...
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Three rocks offshore give this beach its name and a romantic legend to go with it. Park on the side of the road or in nearby empty lots to access the beach. Fine sugar sand ...
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Two rocky roads off the main highway will take you to this beach that marks the transition to the tropics at the Tropic of Cancer, which lies at latitude 23.5 degrees. Turn east on ...
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