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Recent Bahamas reviews

  • Over The Top Fabulous!

    "Stunning views, immaculately clean, minimalist charm, we had everything we could ask for plus the sounds of the waves...would recommend to anyone, it could not have been more comfortable and joyful. We like to visit different places...but will certainly consider returning to this spot just because it was so perfect for us. Spent 11 days, could have stayed forever. Our only regret was that the wind was unusually strong during our stay so we did not use the beach, swim out front or make use of the paddle board or kayaks, or sit on our deck for meals. But the beauty of Eleuthera is that if it's windy on one side, good chance it's not on the other - so we spent lots of time exploring the stunning "Caribbean" side. Great snorkeling, deserted beautiful beaches. Cayo Loco supplies really nice beach chairs and towels - we took these with us everywhere, they were much appreciated! Bring a small cooler (we left one there) for lunches as who wants to leave the beach once you get there? Take Maureen up on her offer to supply coconut water - refreshing morning drink. Eleuthera itself was just our speed - have never visited the Bahamas because our impression was that they are very touristy. Not so here...Eleuthera is a true throw back in time. The local people as well as all the expats we met could not be more kind and gracious, it is one of the safer islands we have ever visited. And Cayo Loco is one of the nicest vacation homes we have ever rented. Kudos to Maureen and Alan."
    Guest: Maura P. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 8, 2014
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  • Wonderful

    "This house is wonderful, and there is really no other way to describe it. If you are interested in relaxing this is the place for you. We spent the entire week on the beach right in front of the house and didn't see anyone else until the day before we left. The house is located about a 2 minute drive from Georgetown where you can eat out or buy your groceries. Which was very convenient. The homeowners were very nice and provided us a lot of information before our stay. We would highly recommend you stay here if you are looking to stay in Exuma."
    Guest: JR Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 27, 2014
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  • Family vacation

    "The house location is very desirable, steps from the beach and facing West, Treasure Cay has one of the best beaches in the Bahamas which is saying a lot, and the proximity to the market, marina, churches, other homes, makes for a great destination. The booking process was easy through Abaco Real Estate Services who provided excellent arrival information. We found everything as advertised, however, the house could use a bit of maintenance work and attention to detail to make it really worth the money. Otherwise, the view is breathtaking, the a/c is cold, and a great time was had by all."
    Guest: Frank T. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 14, 2014
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  • Perfect

    "Stayed for 7 nights in this beautiful updated condo. This was our 5th time to Coral Beach and being on the first floor was a great asset especially since my husband is disabled. Paul was great to work with...very quick response time! Delores the property manager was amazing. We had a few hiccups the first day and Paul and Delores had someone out that day to fix. Can't say enough amazing things! We will be back!!!!"
    Guest: Lynn and John Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 12, 2015
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Cat Island Travel Tips

Getting to Cat Island Vacation Rentals

Cat Island is the sixth largest island in the Bahamas. It is located just southeast of Eleuthera Island and approximately 130 miles from Nassau. To get to Cat Island, you will need to travel via Nassau. There are daily connections from Miami, Atlanta and most major hubs in North America. To get from Nassau to Cat Island, you can get one of the domestic flights that operate five times a week. Depending on the day of your arrival, you may need to stay overnight in Nassau either on your outbound or inbound journey. Because of its distance from the other islands in the Bahamas, there are no scheduled ferry or boat services to Cat Island. There are many air charter companies in the Bahamas and they will provide you with flights whenever you require them, depending on favorable weather conditions.

Cat Island Travel Seasons

Located just off the Tropic of Capricorn, Cat Island enjoys a warm tropical climate. There is little difference in the temperature ranges between summer and winter. Winter though tends to be a little less rainy and humid. The months of November through May are therefore a popular time of year to visit. The days and nights are still blissfully warm without being stiflingly hot and humid. Unfortunately, Cat Island is on the far Atlantic side of the Caribbean and therefore exposed to tropical storms that occur in the late summer months. Hurricanes can occur any time between June and October so if you plan to travel during this time of year, you must be aware of weather warnings and travel advisories.

Things to Do near Cat Island Resorts

One of Cat Island’s greatest attractions is its beautiful beaches. The soft pink sands stretch for miles along the coastline. There are small secluded coves that provide private picnic and snorkeling spots dotted all along the coast. Take a leisurely stroll along the beachfront or spend the day working on your tan. Even in season, the beaches are rarely overcrowded so you can enjoy the tropical without too much disruption. Some beaches are used and maintained by private resorts. A few of the more popular public beaches are New Bight Beach, Fountain Bay Beach and Fernandez Bay Village Beach.

Scuba divers can sign up for dives at one of the many professional dive centers on Cat Island. When the weather is good, there are daily charters that head out to the reefs. If you prefer to snorkel, you can join up with one of the cruise excursions that head out to the reefs to see the marine life.

Cat Island is famous as being the childhood home of Sir Sidney Portier. His old home is located in South Bight and can be visited. The Mt. Alvernia Hermitage is a monastery located on the island’s highest point. It was built in the early 1900s and has a series of hand-carved stone steps leading up to it.

Visitors to Bahamas Vacation Rentals on Cat Island

Cat Island is often referred to as one of the Bahamas best kept secrets. The island is by far one of the least developed in the Bahamas and has therefore retained much of its natural beauty. The island is approximately 48 miles long and four miles wide. It is also home to the highest point in the Bahamas. Mount Alvernia is a meager 206 feet above sea level. It the perfect place to stay if you are looking for a quiet and restful vacation. Of course, there are loads of outdoor activities and beautiful pink sand beaches on the island. Visitors can explore the rolling hills and nature trails and amble along the beautiful beaches. Scuba diving enthusiasts are attracted by the colorful reefs, great diving conditions and abundance of marine life.

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