The Bahamas is home to over 700 beautiful islands with many attractions to see, here are just a few of our favourites.
Dean’s Blue Hole
Hop onboard our aircraft to our captain’s native island, Long Island, and experience the world’s deepest known salt water blue hole at 663 feet (202 meters), and a diameter of between 85 to 115 feet. Dean’s Blue Hole has been featured in National Geographic and is most recently well known by a Freediving special on CBS’ 60 minutes. The blue hole is also unique as at a depth of approximately 66 feet it widens into a cavern of 330 feet.
35 miles southeast of Nassau, the Exumas 365 cays and islands are among the most stunning archipelago in the world. Home to many celebrities and the most affluent worldwide, the Exumas feature the most breathtaking beaches, sandbars, and wildlife you can imagine. With Island Charters, experience the famous swimming pigs in Major’s Spot Cay, islands where the only residents are enigmatic iguanas, or simply sit back and enjoy true paradise.
Inagua, the most Southern island in the Bahamian archipelago, is a mere 55 miles north of the coast of Cuba, and is home to over 80,000 flamingos. Inagua consists of two islands, Great Inagua and Little Inagua Island. Great Inagua is not only home to the majestic West Indian flamingos, but also has the greatest populations of Bahama parrots, hummingbirds, pelicans and ducks. Little Inagua has a protected habitat for endangered sea turtles, making the islands of Inagua both a bird lover’s paradise and those who simply enjoy nature.