Private day trips
Hoffman Cay Blue Hole
This blue hole, located in the southern Berry Islands, is about 600 feet wide and has a cliff that hangs 20 feet above the water. Those who jump into it from the cliff speak of an adrenaline rush as they venture into its mysterious depths. Its only living inhabitants are said to be oysters.
Sugar Beach is a distinguishable relaxation spot because it’s one of the best spots for escaping the typical tourist haunts. Other nearby beaches you’ll come across in the Bahamas may be just as beautiful, but tend to be more crowded since they’re near some of the most popular hotels. With nothing on the beach save the occasional villa, Sugar Beach is the perfect place for anyone looking for a quiet, tropical beach to relax at. Of course, the beautiful clear water is ready for anyone who is looking for a dip.
Great Harbour Cay Beach
Great Harbour Beach has The Beach Club, a popular daytime bar and grill with a cute arts, crafts, and gift shop. Here, the residents schedule beach volleyball, activities, and games, as well as yoga and exercise classes—and everyone’s welcome. This beach is best for the sunset, swimming, and walking.
Flo’s Conch Bar
The Berry Islands are a beautiful secluded gem with about thirty islands and over one-hundred Cays located in the northwestern Bahamas. The Berry Islands are filled with plenty of fun in the sun with pristine beaches and sunsets, world-class fishing and superb snorkeling.
While the settlement of Great Harbour is in the far north of the island chain, and Chub Cay is in the far south, we are located right in the middle… where all the fun is!
We are a full-fledged bar for the thirsty traveler and offer an authentic casual Bahamian dining atmosphere for those with an appetite for good food. Stoping by for lunch while snorkeling the nearby reefs, enjoying the sunset over dinner or staying in our cottage, we guarantee you will feel relaxed and refreshed!