The largest islands of the Bahamas is also one of the most intriguing. Its huge landmass, intertwined with canals and freshwater lakes, supports an almost miniscule population concentrated on the northeast coast. Ports of entry can be found in Nicholl’s Town, San Andros, Fresh Creek, Mangrove Cay and Congo Cay, all on the east coast. The east coast is also home to the third largest barrier reef in the world. On the other side of the reef is the 6000 foot deep Tongue-of-the-Ocean (TOTO), The expansive reef provides some of the most exciting and interesting SCUBA diving and snorkelling to be found anywhere.

A number of Bimini islands and cays have become well know as perfect ports of entry to the Bahamas.
The Berry Islands offer exceptional sport fishing.
World class bone fishing is one of many adventures awaiting you at Andros Island.
Life around Eleuthra is time honored and full of variety.
Hope Town is famous for its candy-striped lighthouses.
The sparkling waters surrounding the islands and cays that make up The Exumas may well be the most stunning sailing grounds in the world.
Parts of Cat Island can be rugged with steep bluffs and dangerous reefs.
Many visitors to Long Island find fascination in the numerous, mysterious caves.
Aside from its historical nature, the Scuba diving and snorkeling at San Salvador are exceptional.