Abaco Lifestyle

Spectacular powder-soft beaches and lush tropical flora make the Abaco Islands widely considered to be some of the most beautiful in the Bahamas.

Island life

Located on Great Guana Cay, just 150 miles from the Florida Coast, Baker’s Bay Members enjoy the very best of what the Abacos, and the greater Bahamas, have to offer.


Pig island

Visit this favorite family stopover to see the famous swimming pigs first-hand.


Treasure Cay Beach

Explore and enjoy 7 miles of white powdered sandy beach and sand banks at Treasure Cay.


The lagoon- Scotland Cay

This hidden location is a perfect place to anchor up and relax in crystal clear water while sipping an ice-cold Kalik!


Elbow Reef Lighthouse- Hope Town

The iconic symbol for Hope Town features one of the last operational kerosene-fueled lighthouses in the world and can be seen 23 nautical miles away.


Pete’s Pub- Little Harbour

Pete’s is a classic beach restaurant/pub and the only working sculpture foundry in the Bahamas.


Shark and Sting Ray feeding at Lincoln Park

This amazing place allows you to get up close and personal with reef sharks and stingrays.


Bone fishing grounds

The Abacos are known for its world class bone fishing grounds.

Abaco adventures

6-1/2 miles of white-sand beach; a protected reef providing ideal conditions for swimming, snorkeling and water sports; and central location to prime bone-reef-and deep-sea fishing waters. Beyond Great Guana Cay, cruise calm, emerald waters to discover dozens of hideaway islands with outstanding beaches, secluded island bars, Caribbean cuisine, and charming Bahamian culture.