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Great Exuma Island
The Exuma islands are a string of islands and cays that form a pearl necklace of long forgotten hideaways, natural harbours and secluded beaches, that span over a hundred miles of clear blue water--a new island for every day of the year.
The Exuma chain comprises about 365 or more cays that stretch for about 130 miles beginning 30 miles southeast of New Providence.
First settled by British Loyalists fleeing America in 1783, you can still see remains of their deserted plantations. The uninhabited cays throughout the Exumas provide spectacular fishing opportunities.
The Exuma highlight has to be the locals. The genuinely friendly Bahamians will welcome you to the islands.
Entry requirements to the Bahamas vary. Visitors from the US and Canada do not require an entry visa but must have a valid passport. Check with the Bahamas Tourism Ministry for current entry requirements.
International Flights connect direct to Great Exuma International Airport (GGT) via Maimi, Fort Lauderdale, and Nassau
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