This long sandy stretch of coastline near Williams Town is transversed by the Tropic of Cancer, an imaginary line of latitude ... More
Tropic of Cancer Beach
This long sandy stretch of coastline near Williams Town is transversed by the Tropic of Cancer, an imaginary line of latitude that defines where the tropics begin. The steady waves make it ideal for boogie boarding or surfing. Lots of unusual shells also wash up on the beach. The area rarely gets crowded and it is said by many to be the most beautiful of its kind in the Exumas.
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 ...
An intriguing and challenging dive, this blue hole was formed by glacial drips during the Ice Age. Located inland, this
hole contains a mixture of salt water and freshwater. Be sure to wear your wet suit. It gets cold ...
This casual, beachfront bar and restaurant is great place for lunch on the beach on Treasure Cay. It serves standard
fare like conch, hamburgers hotdogs and the such exactly what most folks like to eat during a break in ...
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