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The Berry Island

Often referred to as “The Fish Bowl of The Bahamas” Two things are required in The Berry Islands: a boat and a love of water. This cluster of cays totals no more than twelve square miles of landmass. They’re bordered by the Tongue of the Ocean, a deep underwater trench that draws in all sorts of marine life, making these waters some of the most bountiful in The Bahamas. The main islands in the Berry Islands group include Great Harbour Cay, Chub Cay, Little Stirrup Cay (also known as CocoCay), and several smaller cays and islets. The islands are relatively untouched by mass tourism, offering visitors a peaceful and serene escape. Chub Cay is known as the "Billfish Capital of The Bahamas" and is a popular destination for deep-sea fishing enthusiasts. The waters surrounding Chub Cay are home to an abundance of marlin, sailfish, and other game fish, attracting anglers from around the world. While the Berry Islands are primarily known for their natural beauty and outdoor activities, they offer limited amenities and infrastructure. Visitors should be prepared for a more laid-back and secluded experience compared to larger tourist destinations in the Bahamas.

Whether you're seeking a tranquil beach getaway, thrilling fishing adventures, or a chance to explore vibrant coral reefs, the Berry Islands offer a slice of paradise in the Bahamas, away from the hustle and bustle of more heavily frequented tourist destinations.

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