The Exuma Cays
A band of cays—with names like Rudder Cut, Big Farmer's, Great Guana, and Leaf—stretches northwest from Great Exuma. It will take you a full day to boat through all 365 cays, most uninhabited, some owned by celebrities (Faith Hill and Tim McGraw on Goat Cay, Johnny Depp on Halls Pond Cay, and David Copperfield on Musha Cay). Along the way you'll find giant starfish, wild iguanas, swimming pigs, dolphins, sharks, and picture-perfect footprintless sandbars. The Land and Sea Park, toward the northern end of the chain, is world-renowned.
POINTS OF INTEREST
Boaters will want to explore the waterways known as Pipe Creek, a winding passage through the tiny islands between Staniel…Learn More >
This is the hub of activity in the cays, and a favorite destination of yachters. That's thanks to the Staniel…Learn More >
Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park
Created by the Bahamas National Trust in 1958, the 176-square-mile Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park was the first of…Learn More >