Despite being the largest island in the Bahamas, Andros may well be the least developed of those that are inhabited. You won't find sprawling resorts here. Instead, it is fishing lodges, guesthouses, and small rental properties that take up space. Visitors headed this way don't expect to encounter a lot of activities, instead they are hoping for a peaceful place to collect their thoughts – and maybe do a little fishing or diving while they are at it.
Divers coming to Andros will be pleased to know that the Andros Reef is less than a ten minute boat ride from shore. This makes the island a great spot to enjoy, or learn, scuba.
There are several dive services and at least 8 interesting dive sites to choose from. Make your way to this page concerning diving in this area if you'd like to learn more information.
With its mix of inland waterways and natural beaches, Andros is a prime spot for bonefishers and flyfishers. Off course, being in the Bahamas, there is also some option for those looking to head out a bit further offshore.
If you have some avid anglers in your group, they're in luck -- there are 7 charter fishing services in this area. To read our page about deep sea fishing, visit this page.
Another great activity for visitors is to discover the area's interesting sights. For a more comprehensive look at this topic, see this article concerning area sightseeing opportunities and attractions.
If you like the idea of going snorkeling there's good news -- you'll have plenty of chances to do so during your vacation on Andros. To read a more detailed discussion of local snorkeling opportunities, go to this page.
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