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Recent Kemp's Bay Settlement Reviews

Simply spectacular

5 of 5
A year ago today I disembarked the Cessna Caravan onto the asphalt at Congo Town airport South Andros. Immediately we were met by the team from Paradise Beach with a beer waiting in there hands and a smile on their face we started our journey. On arriving to Paradise Beach I couldn't help but be impressed by the size and cleanliness of the landscaped getaway, un obstructed views lead onto the beautiful pristine beach from the guest houses. The beach its self was simply perfect, not a single piece of debris in sight, raked, maintained and fortunately overlooked at the one end by a huge Beach Cabaña...and Bar! The guest house my fiancé and I stayed in was situated to the north of the property and away form the main area which gave us even more opportunity to enjoy the idillic surroundings in absolute solitude, the house had two double bedrooms and two ensuite bathrooms but fortunately we had the entire place to ourselves. Clean, tidy with all your needs catered for, we even found a fully stocked fridge with all the basics, (even though we had gone self catering) outstanding service. The facilities are quite frankly (and literally) second to none on the island. Soon after getting there and waisting no time we got the kayaks into the Bohemian waters and started our adventure, before the day was out we were viewing Stingrays, Turtles and Sharks on massive 750bhp jet ski's. Throughout out stay all of the water sports activities were made available to us, staff were always on hand to help, teach and support us in any of the numerous activities available. We also enjoyed all of the local life and culture; bars, restaurants and nature walks.There are many off site activities and excursions that can be arranged, we went Conch and Lobster snorkelling (which were subsequently cooked for us), bone fishing, diving off shark hole, leisure cruse around the island, my personal favourite was our Jet ski safari which allowed us to go to our own private island and beach where we picnicked the afternoon away!:) During our stay the staff at my request secretly organised a very special meal on the beach with champagne and lobster, candles and music; where I proposed to me now wife! they really went the extra mile... Since our 10 day trip we have been back twice over the last year, recommended to anyone, truly amazing place. Thank you Paradise Beach.
  • Submitted: Jul 13, 2017
  • Stayed: Aug 2016

Start relaxing... you're on South Andros.

4 of 5
South Andros... forget your daily worries, no stress here. We stayed at Greg's place for 5 days. It is located a few hundred meters from the airport. Greg will pick you up by bike... :-) He will stay in the cottage next to yours and is always available for questions or anything that might come up. Great guy! Mind you that South Andros is not a tourist destination, but rather a peaceful and quiet destination with no stress. Rent a car, the Island is too big. There are no ATM's. Just one bank where you would be able to retrieve some cash, but better to bring some. The few grocery shops carry a limited amount of items. We found one shop though that was well stocked and worth the drive (20-30 minutes). It's called Seaville Foodstore (closed on Saturdays) in Kemps Bay. You cannot get lost on South Andros, theres just one road. Things to do: 1. Snorklers: blue holes at Mars Bay (perfect round blue hole - no fish; visit at low tide) and the 2 blue holes just North of Kemps Bay (lots of fish!!). 2. Scuba: inland blue holes, "Coral garden". 4. Hiking: blue hole trail. 3. We liked the food at Skipper's bar (just North of Kemps Bay). Get conch in as many possible ways as you can (fried, salad, etc). South Andros... glad we've been.
  • Submitted: Jan 28, 2013
  • Stayed: Jul 2012