Pound for pound, the slender, silver bonefish is considered one of the toughest fighting fish. And even for those who can ... More
Pound for pound, the slender, silver bonefish is considered one of the toughest fighting fish. And even for those who can reel them in, sometimes it's a challenge to find them. The fish live in flats off the islands of the Bahamas, and it takes a real expert to know their hiding places. This organization specializes in extended excursions, which visit the best bonefish flats in the Bahamas and neighboring cays. The company is based in Nicholl's Town, a tiny settlement in Northern Andros. It offers packages for trips from three to seven days. Participants stay in the quaint Green Windows Inn, and every morning, bright and early, they depart for the bonefish flats, not to return until late afternoon. Inclusive packages range from $700-2,700. Call or check the Web site for more information.
Red Bays is the only settlement on the western coast of Andros. It is situated on one of the few
areas of land that could actually be used for a town. A combination of runaway slaves and Seminole Indians ...
Take a short ferry ride to the charming old fashioned settlement of Hope Town on Elbow Cay. This hamlet has
been home to about 300 people for generations. Bicycles rule the roads here, with motorized transport and modern facilities ...
Located near Hope Town and Elbow Cay Lighthouse, this intimate oceanside inn provides guests with a truly relaxing holiday atmosphere.
Activities include fishing, sailing, boating, diving, snorkeling, and swimming. After a day at the beach, enjoy a meal at ...