Things to See and Do While Staying at Kamalame Cay

If you are hoping to find a place on North Andros Island with laid-back luxury as well as several activities to choose from, then Kamalame Cay may be precisely what you're looking for. On this exciting property you will find quite a few fantastic recreational options, so you're guaranteed plenty of choices every day.

With 2 swimming pools to choose from at Kamalame Cay, it will be easy to find a few lounge chairs in the shade. One of the bonuses is that this property is built adjacent to the shore, meaning that there are a few different ways to play in the water through the course of your stay.


Anyone who likes tennis should definitely consider staying at this location, because the on-site tennis facilites offer a challenge, as well as a convenient outdoor activity. Their only court can be lit up at night for when your schedule is full of afternoon activities, and you'd rather wait until dark to break out your racquet.


Teeming with life, from brilliantly colored fish and coral to exotic sea anemones and seahorses, the reef is a must see for guests at the Kamalame Cay. Underwater enthusiast flock to the Cay to snorkel over and around the world's third largest coral reef located just off the coast. The hotel arranges customized snorkeling tours to meet particular interests and skill levels.

A vacation to North Andros Island can be a good time to try out a new recreational sport. There are a number of different options available on the property, so you're sure to find an enjoyable aquatic activity, even if you're a novice. This list indicates which watersports are available at Kamalame Cay:

  • Boating
  • Kayaking
  • Parasailing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Water Skiing
  • Wind Surfing

Family Activities

Families are welcome at Kamalame Cay, even if you probably won't find an extra large selection of amenities or activities specifically intended for the younger set. If you're looking for a hotel to stay with a lot more features that that appeal to kids, check out accommodations which are top-rated for family vacations.

Though there are no programs designed specifically for children, a babysitting service is available for parents who want some time away from the kids.

Some time during your stay at Kamalame Cay, you may find yourself wanting to enjoy The Bahamas' grown-up attractions, without worrying about the kids. Guests can arrange for a babysitter, so that parents can have a chance to take a romantic stroll around town.

Entertainment and Nightlife

If you've had a long, tiring day exploring the Bahamas, nothing's better than settling at your accommodation for the evening and letting the excitement come to you; seeing a show is an easy option since Kamalame Cay offers live entertainment. You can generally expect to find live entertainment 1 to 2 days per week. Needless to say, the frequency may vary. If you want to learn more about their on-property entertainment, call the front desk at (876) 632-3213.

The location also has an on-site bar — a good place to grab a drink before the show.

Finally, it you're wondering about other hotels with after-hours offerings, you won't find other nearby accommodations with significant nightlife options.


Not all sites in the Bahamas have a spa on the premises, but Kamalame Cay is one such property that can provide its visitors an unbeatable way to enjoy a brief moment of utter relaxation.

Though there is an abundance of marine fun available at the Kamalame Cay, there's no reason for guests not to spoil themselves with one of the hotel's many luxurious spa treatments.


Beyond all of the activities you'll find right on-location, visitors vacationing in the Bahamas will always find some nice opportunities to get out and explore. You and your party might prefer to head out alone, but you can also book an excursion by way of an area guide. Regardless of what you end up dong, you'll undoubtedly encounter some intriguing surprises along the way. Click on these articles to read more with regard to sightseeing, scuba diving, riding a bike or scooter, shopping, fishing, snorkeling, and other activities.


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