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Great Exuma & The Exuma Cays

The Exumas is a haven of picturesque beauty. Well known for its turquoise waters, white sandbars, and vibrant coral reefs create a stunning backdrop for breathtaking views and postcard-worthy scenery. From the famous swimming pigs at Big Major Cay to the stunning underwater caves of Thunderball Grotto, every corner of The Exumas offers an opportunity for picture-perfect moments.

The Exumas is renowned for its secluded and untouched charm. With over 365 islands and cays, many of which are uninhabited, visitors can find their own private piece of paradise. The sense of seclusion and tranquility makes The Exumas a haven for those seeking an escape from the crowds and a chance to connect with nature in its purest form. The Exumas is an adventure playground for outdoor enthusiasts. From swimming with nurse sharks at Compass Cay to snorkeling in the vibrant coral gardens of The Bahamas National Trust's Exuma Cays Land & Sea Park, there are countless opportunities for thrilling experiences. Exploring the remote islands, kayaking through mangrove creeks, or simply taking a boat ride to discover hidden beaches all contribute to the sense of adventure that defines The Exumas.

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