group of islands in the Bahamas

The Abacos are a group of islands in the Bahamas east of Grand Bahama. Great Abaco and Little Abaco are the primary islands. Disney's privately-owned "Castaway Cay" is here.

TownsEdit

 
Map of Abacos

UnderstandEdit

TalkEdit

You should not have problems speaking for they speak English and most employees speak Spanish.

Get inEdit

By planeEdit

The major airport is Marsh Harbour Airport, with scheduled flights from Freeport and Nassau in Bahamas plus Charlotte, several destinations in Florida and seasonal flights from Atlanta in the U.S.

Get aroundEdit

SeeEdit

The outer reefs are great to go to see sharks.

DoEdit

EatEdit

  • Curly Tails, +1 242 367-4444. Despite a very fun, touristy air to the place, Curly Tails features great gourmet food breakfast through dinner. $$$.
  • Magnolia Cafe. Maybe the best restaurant in the Abaco Islands. Situated in Man 'O War key, run entirely by a local man and wife.
  • Baker's Bay. World class dining in the brand new Baker's Bay marina on the north end of Great Guana Cay.

DrinkEdit

  • Nipper's. Three story bar overlooking the ocean with a famous Nipper's cocktail and a pig roast every Sunday afternoon.

SleepEdit

  • Ocean Frontier, Great Guana Cay, +1-888-828-6745. Well equipped cottages with private decks and well landscaped property provide privacy as well as direct access to the beach. All cottages are air conditioned and include a full kitchen and grill, a three piece bath, two private bedrooms and a loft with additional sleeping quarters.
  • Bahama Beach Club, Treasure Cay. Beachfront fully equipped condos, two onsite restaurants, pool, jacuzzi, and golf course.

Stay safeEdit

Go nextEdit

  • Elbow Cay is several miles east of Great Abaco Island. This six-mile stretch of land is less than an hour-long ferry ride from Great Abaco's Marsh Harbor.
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