Another trip for the books!
The Abacos Islands is one of the areas not as known as most in The Bahamas, but trust me when I tell you… the chain of Cays is breathtaking.
It’ll be hard to summarize it all and be able to give you as much detail as this little paradise deserves, but here are a few of our favorite spots!
Named as one of the world’s most beautiful beaches, this is definitely one of the top locations in The Abacos! We stayed at the amazing Bahama Beach Club, and spent our nights after island hopping, watching the sunset with drinks and Bahamian music.
GREEN TURTLE CAY
Just a quick 20 minute boat ride from Treasure Cay, this little Cay will have you feeling like you’re exploring the colonial village of New Plymouth. Everything is so cute and quaint…and the best bar – Green Turtle Club!
Travel to the south of the island to No Name Cay and here you get to meet the pigs – they love bread so bring lots! If you’re still ready to meet some more animal friends, head over to Manjack Cay for the sharks!
ELBOW CAY & HOPETOWN
By far the most modern and populated island in The Abacos! This is one of the cays we wish we would’ve spent more time in. There’s SO much to see like the village, the Hopetown Lighthouse and Tahiti Beach! And if you want a great lunch or drinks on the water, Firefly is a must!
Marsh Harbour is the third largest city in The Bahamas. It is the portal to other settlements in Abaco. There isn’t really anything “touristy” here, but my family got to see something that was near and dear to us. My boyfriend’s family brought a bronze statue of the Lady of Charity from Cuba to the island 50 years. They donated it to the only Catholic Church in Marsh Harbour, St. Frances de Sales, and it is still cemented into the rocks today.
GREAT GUANA CAY
Beautiful beaches and the famous.. Nipper’s bar! be sure to visit the outdoor beach party on Sundays!