TripAdvisor Reviews Island Breezes Great Abaco Island
Travel Blogs from Great Abaco Island
... of a famous barrier reef filled with lots of life. The beaches of Guana Cay are stunning some of the best in the Abaco the chart books say, they also have several restaurants and bars one of which has a roasted pig night on Sundays note for next year we should plan for that. We anchored near the shore and took the dingy out to the reef, the boys dove off of the dingy and I snorkelled. The first thing I saw was a nurse shark and 2 small barracuda's why do I always have ...
... a fan!! If ever we return, I will be seeking them out! At the end of dinner, as if on cue, the local pups Molly and her 1/2 brother (whose name escapes me) came for a visit and gave us our puppy fix. I’m sure they know to show up for whatever might be leftover but Grant and I were convinced they came because we were the best guests. It was not Chester… but it certainly felt nice to have a visit ...
Sailing to Freeport was a two day trip. I had both days off, enjoying them laying on cushions on the sky deck soaking in the sun. I woke up the first day and turned on my light, only to have it go out within a couple of minutes. I walked down the dark hallway assuming we were switching generators. I could immediately sense that something wasn't right, and then began to notice the boat was slowing down. Sure enough, the fire alarm started going off ...
... islands. Guana Cay was the first one we visited and we stayed a night there. The place we stayed had a little private beach and again we could use kayaks and paddle boards. We took out a kayak and fished from it - without much luck!! We also looked around a ship wreck which was on the shore not too far away. Guana Cay has a world famous bar called Nippers. We went there for dinner it was really cool right by the ocean and everything was painted brightly (chairs, tables etc) it ...
... harbor for the length of their stay. Many stay for weeks or months at a time here and we imagine the expense of the moorings may be comparable to fees they would have been paying back at their marinas in Florida or elsewhere—so if you don’t mind crowds and you’re not into remoteness or exploring, why not travel instead to a gorgeous spot like Hope Town?
Marsh Harbour, on Great Abaco, is the commercial, government, ...
Other places to stay in Great Abaco Island
P.O. Box AB20437, Marsh Harbour | Hotelfrom $99
Great Abaco Highway, Great Abaco Island | Hotelfrom $65
PO Box AB20571, Marsh Harbour | 5 star hotelfrom $319
Guana Cay, Great Abaco Island | 3 star hotelfrom $195