The island lies right next to the world’s third largest barrier reef. It is also the largest land mass in the Bahamas, yet the least densely populated. This island provides a rich and diverse ecosystem completely isolated from the rest of the world.
Andros Bahamas is actually made up of three major islands with most of the island population on the east coasts. The islands have very little commercial development for the tourism industry, leaving most of the island in a state of pristine, natural beauty. The Bahamas National Trust and the Nature Conservancy have established much of the western territory as a national park. Low impact and eco-friendly resorts are one of the best kept secrets in the Caribbean. This is a vacation destination to get back to nature and enjoy the world class diving, fishing, or land based eco-tours.
When Andros Island Bahamas visitors take a break from adventuring, there are plenty of other things to do on the island, whether it’s picnicking at Morgan’s Bluff, Love Hill beach or Somerset beach, doing a rum shop crawl, or shopping for locally produced Androsian fabrics in Fresh Creek or baskets and wood carvings in Red Bay.
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