Miles of secluded swim-ashore beaches, invigorating dive sites, and championship sport fishing is just a few of the highlights that make The Berry Islands a desired destination. Composed of a cluster of 30 cays, a majority of these islands are uninhabited. It's not uncommon to stumble across a footprint-free beach or private cove. You could spend an entire day without seeing a single soul. The Berry Islands are also home to a number of cavern, reef, wall and wreck dive sites, as well as a 600-foot-wide blue hole, wonderful bill fishing, and ancient churches. The Berry Islands is southeast of Bimini, and is home to Chub Cay, Billfish Capital of The Bahamas, often referred to as "the fish bowl of The Bahamas." Chub Cay borders a deep-sea gully known as the Tongue of the Ocean. Bait fish are drawn into the submarine gardens off its coast and larger fish follow, making it a fisherman’s paradise famous for its record-breaking catches. Some of the fish that can be found here are billfish, tuna, grouper, tiger fish, yellowtail snapper, wahoo, and king mackerel. The Berry Islands also boasts of some of the best bonefishing in The Bahamas.
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Crooked Island is one of the four Family Islands forming an atoll which hugs the beautiful shallow waters of the Bight of Acklins. The deliciously sweet scent of native herbs and flowers inspired Columbus to call this quite paradise “one of the fragrant islands.” Although quiet and remote, Crooked Island’s natural beauty is enough to stir the soul and inspire exploration both above and below sea level. An abundance of bird life thrives on the cliffs and reefs around the island and magnificent limestone caves hide secrets from the past. Coral gardens, shelves and reefs are a treat for divers, and the deep creeks, tidal flats, and pools filled with game fish make it a sportsman’s delight. There are miles of undisturbed sandy beaches, coral gardens, limestone caves and cliffs, remnants of slave and cotton plantations, ancient churches, fortifications, wetlands, mangrove-lined creeks and waterways.
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From the pink sand beaches of North Eleuthera to the renaissance of the Cape in South Eleuthera, and points between, you could spend weeks on this slinky island and still not see all of the natural beauty there is to explore. This pencil-thin island – it’s only two miles wide – has miles of pink and white sand beaches and turquoise crystal-clear water. Eleuthera Island is known for the high cliffs that fringe the eastern side of this Bahamas Island, where the Atlantic Ocean crashes onto the rock. Of course, this is as much noise as you’ll hear on this quiet, friendly island of Eleuthera, where fishing, diving, snorkeling and taking it easy are the favorite pastimes of locals and visitors. Eleuthera is Greek for “freedom,” a fitting name for a Caribbean island that’s free from crowds or cruise ships or casinos. Eleuthera moves at a slower pace than most people are accustomed to. Leave your watch at home and stow your cell phone and blackberry away.
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The trip was awesome. The itinerary was perfect. This was a bucket list of ours for years and it was everything we hoped it would be. We are saving up for next year! Our entire charter experience was great. Captain Ferguson was outstanding, the plane ride was awesome,
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