Andros Island Bonefishing Club

A place where you can fish the seemingly endless flats, relax in a shaded hammock and absorb the beauty that surrounds you awaits at the Andros Island Bonefish Club. Located on an old boating plantation, the Andros Island Bonefish Club is the result of one man's dream to create a lodge that combines a peaceful getaway with all the essentials to please any fisherman's desires. The AIBC is located within a very short distance of some of the best fishing in the Atlantic, and has been named as one of the top bone-fishing lodges in the world.

Situated on North Andros Island, near Congo Town, Andros Island Bonefishing Club offers a warm welcome to travelers who are thinking about lodging on this beautiful island. It is 16.1 miles south of the center of Andros Town.


Each room at the lodge features wonderful views of the ocean, which sits just steps from your front door. Keeping with the theme of modesty, the rooms are minimally decorated to give guests ample room for their fishing supplies.

Bonefishing Club has a grand total of 12 units. Accordingly, it's a good choice for visitors who prefer an uncrowded setting. For its overall merit, we've rated this hotel a 2 star rating.

Activities and Amenities

Because some of the best fishing in the area can be done just a half a mile from the Bonefish Club, fully stocked fishing boats are offered to guests.

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The amount of nearby dining is an important consideration when selecting a place to stay on North Andros Island. For an in-depth look at this area's options, click here.


You will find a fair number of attractions near Bonefishing Club. One of the nearest is Andros Barrier Reef National Park, an interesting nature sanctuary/wildlife reserve.

The hotel is in the vicinity of Andros Town, an interesting area for tourists to stop over.

To see the full article about what's in the area of Andros Island Bonefishing Club, click here.

Contact Info

Location: Cargill Creek, North Andros Island

Phone: (242) 368-5167



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