Hawk's Nest Resort and Marina

Address: Devil's Point, Cat Island, Out Islands, Bahamas | 3 star resort
 
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This 3 star resort is located on Devil's Point, Cat Island.
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        Travel Blogs from Cat Island

        Sailing to New and Old Bight, Cat Island

        A travel blog entry by delfino1 on May 07, 2015

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        ... and it is a quiet place that is popular for tourists who stop by to see the old monastery The settlement is also known as the hometown of Sir Sidney Poitier.

        We walked up to the monastery which was built by John Cecil Hawes, also known as Father Jerome, who was a priest as well as an architect. He came to the Bight to retire and chose Mount Alvernia, the highest hill in the Bahamas at 206 ft, as ...

        How to Do Nothing When There Is Nothing to Do!

        A travel blog entry by cpickess on Feb 12, 2015

        16 photos

        ... is not obvious but when you spot the black spot in an area of turquoise, you paddle over to explore and there it was, and I must admit it made me have that funny feeling I get when I am in a situation where height sends an alarm message to my brain. This hole is meant to go down thousands of feet where the surrounding water would only be up to my waist at most surrounding this hole. We did see some fish in the coral wall lined blue hole ...

        Start at the Monestary and End with "Smoke Pot"!

        A travel blog entry by cpickess on Feb 11, 2015

        52 photos

        ... they were very narrow and extremely steep and we had encountered another family trying to make their way down with great difficulty. Basically, I was a big chicken! In the end, the climb was well worth it and presented us with beautiful scenery as well as a lovely sense of peace that you could feel in the tiny chapel. If anyone has the desire to become a hermit in a beautiful location, this real estate is available. Bring bug spray.

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        BSF - Before Sand Flies...

        A travel blog entry by cpickess on Feb 10, 2015

        14 photos

        ... afternoon on our own little veranda admiring the view, spitting out sand that was collecting on us from the winds that have increased even more and the best part for me was that I was reading in the huge hammock at my new front door. Kind of perfect.. minus eating sand.

        There is internet in the clubhouse (we noticed that most people eating were not speaking but head down in cellphones and iPads) but other then that we are completely ...

        Cat Island

        A travel blog entry by inspiration38 on Jul 01, 2014

        121 photos

        ... it was too hot to walk) and the first vehicle to come along was a taxi!!! Good, because we got a ride...bad, because the idea was to 'hitch' a ride...not pay for one! LOL

        Up at the grocery store we met a local man, Christopher, whom the guys talked to for some time. He was one of the community "elders" and also a farmer. (Yes!!! Cat Island grows a lot of fruits and veggies and actually exports them!!!!) The guys made a deal with Christopher to show us around ...