Andros Island Bonefishing Club

Cargill Creek, Andros, Out Islands, Bahamas | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Andros

Lots of Beach

A travel blog entry by dyer0930


... We started with Fort Fincastle - one of the old British forts on the island and the Queen's Staircase, carved out of the limestone rock. There was a tour guide there to tell us a little bit about the history of the fort. There were rows of little roadside shops outside the fort, but they were all locked up. We were told that since there were no cruise ships coming through that day, the locals took the day off. On ...

We Made It

A travel blog entry by dyer0930


... and ate pizza. Very luxurious.

On Friday, we finally made our way to Nassau, with the added bonus that all four of our upgrades cleared. The kids were pretty wired for sitting in First Class, but were no more obnoxious than the 20-something dudes sitting behind us who started hitting the G&Ts about 5 minutes after they boarded... at 8:30am.

We had a few amusing conversations ...

Boo Boo Hill

A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily


... by going through a mangrove field called Banshee Creek. At high tide you can’t walk through there because it’s flooded. When we got to the top other boats had left driftwood with their boat’s name on it. Some of the boards said where they were from. Some weird ones were “North Pole”, “Alaska”, ...

Private Island Getaway

A travel blog entry by khollick


Took a day to visit the Exuma Keys on a powerboat adventure. Though we were unable to visit the swimming pigs (still on my bucket list) we did feed wild iguanas, swim in crystal blue water, feed wild stingrays and sharks, and snorkel over a reef in those shark infested waters.
We sat out on a private island for the rest of the day eating seafood freshly caught and prepared. The drinks kept being poured and the sun kept shining.
The tour was amazing and worth every penny. ...

What a day, no coco cay!

A travel blog entry by ally9805


Oh my goodness, the title says it all! Trevor and I woke up super early this morning so we could be some of the first off the ship and on to coco cay. We get ready, bathing suits and all, and head up to the deck. We realize something a little strange...the ship is just making circles in the middle of the ocean and is not actually docked or anchored. So we decide to go get some breakfast. While we ...


This lodge, located on Cargill Creek, Andros, is near Blue Holes, Forfar Field Station, Andros Wall, and Somerset Beach.
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