Cat Island and Mayaguana for those looking to experience beautiful unspoiled beaches overlooked by Mount Alvernia, The Bahamas' highest point. As well as diving and kiteboarding it is known for its nature trails and eight mile pink sand beach.
Inagua, pristine and largely uninhabited, is the southernmost island in The Bahamas and popular with eco-tourists and known for its resident seabirds and a population of flamingos.
The Exumas are a group of coral islands. A premier scuba destination and home to the land and sea park. Great Exuma in the island group is where you'll find George town and places to stay to suit all budgets. This collection of over 300 islands is where you'll find true seclusion, deserted cays, and the really exclusive resorts.
Abacos has a different vibe to the rest of the Bahamas with fishing and boatbuilding providing a greater part of the local economy than tourism. It's still a great place to island-hop and explore and there's a deserted beach with your name on it waiting to be discovered. Inland there are charming towns to explore as well as championship golf courses, and countless hotels, restaurants, and bars.
Andros is the biggest island in The Bahamas is also one of its most untouched. Andros is as wild as it is beautiful. A place for nature lovers, for anyone who enjoys fishing, for eco travellers looking for small seaside resorts and adventurers. The island is home to the Blue Holes National park, where you'll find hundreds of these mysterious water-filled entrances to underground cave networks. There are creeks and mangroves to explore and when you've done all that, time to kick back, relax and enjoy a local rum and try the islands dish – land crab!
Eleuthera is unusual insofar as it's over a hundred miles long but only two miles wide. And most of that is beaches. 110 miles long and one to two miles wide, and with that shape comes a lot of beaches. It's also home to some interesting natural formations and elevated viewing points. Gregory Town on the island is where you'll find the restaurants, shops and nightlife, but the joy of Eleuthera is the number of smaller resorts and cottages to stay near the beautiful pink sand beaches.
Long Island is a place to consider if you're looking for a quiet getaway in nature with brilliant coral reefs, pristine flats and serene beaches. Considered one of the most beautiful islands, it boasts some of the best watersports in the world including the legendary Dean's Blue Hole - one of the deepest underwater sinkholes in the world.
Bimini, actually two islands, is known throughout the world as the place where Ernest Hemingway had his favourite hideaway and the rumoured location of the Lost City of Atlantis. These two islands are tiny, just seven miles long and 700 yards wide, yet have their own airport and a global reputation as one of the best places to go shark diving and big game fishing.