While travelers to the Bahamas have plenty of ecological splendor to look forward to, they don't have nearly as much variety when it comes to eco-friendly lodging.
While you can go on a number of eco-tourism adventures, you won't find much available camping in the Bahamas. Instead, travelers find other ways to stay close to nature.
Staying at a dive resort is one way to incorporate nature into your travels. Fishing lodges, usually found tucked away among the Out Islands, might pique the interest of those with a seafaring spirit. Those who sail the Bahamas on a yacht may choose to stay aboard in a marina to explore all of the islands.
Those looking for less nautical locales can visit any of 12 national parks administered by the Bahamas National Trust. Additionally, more than 240,000 acres of protected land can be found outside of these parks. Even the headquarters of the Bahamas National Trust, The Retreat, is known for its nature, with one of the finest collections of wild palms in the western hemisphere.
Although travelers looking for an eco-friendly vacation might have to forgo camping in the Bahamas, they'll still have plenty to see and do on these islands.
Nature lovers might want to check out the opportunities for eco-tourism in the area. In addition to the eco-lodges you can find, eco-resorts are another possibility. Read additional details about them by clicking on their names.
If you're hoping to plan for a special occasion, or if you're coming with a large group of people, consider a group-friendly accommodation such as Mangrove Cay Club. Four bungalows on property house eight suits, built with high cypress ceilings and featuring large bedrooms, sitting rooms, bathrooms, and private porches with views of the ocean. The porches have rod rocks and buckets for soaking reels, as well as everything you need to take care of your equipment after a day of fishing. If you have questions, call them at (242) 369-0731.
Deneki Outdoors Andros South is a property of this type, which is in the Bahamas. Unpretentious for sure, Deneki Outdoors Andros South is a popular fishing lodge known for its staff that is knowledgeable in the area of local fishing. If you're looking for a bonefishing experience that you won't forget anytime soon, this is the spot for you. If you want to call before making reservations, do so at (242) 369-1406.
Nature enthusiasts can find a variety of different eco-lodges. including Bair's Lodge. One of South Andros Island's most popular fishing lodges is Bair's Lodge, thanks to its location that allows easy access to both the South and West Flats of Andros. Along with the excellent fishing opportunities comes excellent food and comfortable lodgings that create an overall unbeatable package. If you want to call before making reservations, you can do so at (242) 369-5060.
Be sure to look through the table just below for information concerning eco-tourism accommodations available.
|Name||Type||Phone Number||Star Rating||Location||Island|
|Abaco Lodge||Lodge||(917) 338-7186||
|3.4 mi. West-Northwest of Central Dundas Town||Great Abaco|
|Acklin Island Lodge||Lodge||(242) 344-3678||
|11.5 mi. Northeast of Central Acklins Island||Acklins Island|
|Andros Bay Cottage||Lodge||(242) 368-5266||
|24.0 mi. North-Northwest of Central Congo Town||North Andros Island|
|Bair's Lodge||Lodge||(242) 369-5060||
|6.4 mi. East of Central South Andros Island||South Andros Island|
|Big Charlie's Lodge||Lodge||(242) 368-4297||
|22.8 mi. North-Northwest of Central Congo Town||North Andros Island|
|Bootle Bay Fishing Lodge||Lodge||(242) 349-4010||
|2.9 mi. Southeast of Central West End||Grand Bahama Island|
|Cartwrights Bay Bonefish Lodge||Lodge||(242) 337-0443||
|Central the Bahamas||Long Island|
|Eco resort||(242) 368-5155||
|24.5 mi. North-Northwest of Central Congo Town||North Andros Island|
|Deneki Outdoors Andros South||Lodge||(242) 369-1406||
|1.1 mi. South of Central Congo Town||Central Andros|
|0.5 mi. Northeast of Central Nicholls Town||North Andros Island|
|Greenwich Creek Lodge||Lodge||(242) 337-6278||
|Central the Bahamas||Long Island|
|Grey’s Point Bonefish Inn||Lodge||(242) 344-3210||
|6.8 mi. Northeast of Central the vicinity of Acklins Island||Acklins Island|
|Hotel Higgins Landing||Eco resort||(242) 357-0008||
|Central the Bahamas||Stocking Island|
|Lubbers’ Landing||Eco resort||(242) 577-2000||
|3.6 mi. South West of Central Hopetown||Lubbers Quarters Cay|
|Mangrove Cay Club||Lodge||(242) 369-0731||
|9.8 mi. Northwest of Central Congo Town||Central Andros|
|Mars Bay Bonefish Lodge||Lodge||(242) 471-4296||
|9.5 mi. Southeast of Central South Andros Island||South Andros Island|
|Mount Pleasant Fishing Lodge||Lodge||(242) 368-5171||
|26.3 mi. South West of Central Clifton Bay||North Andros Island|
|Nathan's Lodge||Lodge||(242) 369-1707||
|9.9 mi. South of Central Congo Town||South Andros Island|
|Ocean Pearl Bonefishing Resort||Lodge||(866) 599-6674||
|0.1 mi. West of Central High Rock||Grand Bahama Island|
|Pleasant Bay Bonefish Lodge||Lodge||(242) 369-5551||
|7.8 mi. East-Southeast of Central South Andros Island||South Andros Island|
|Small Hope Bay Lodge||Lodge||(242) 368-2014||
|2.2 mi. Northwest of Central Andros Town||Central Andros|
|Stafford Creek Lodge||Lodge||(242) 368-6050||
|26.4 mi. South West of Central Clifton Bay||North Andros Island|
|Tiamo Resorts||Eco resort||(242) 357-2489||
|2.7 mi. West-Northwest of Central Congo Town||Central Andros|
|Top Choice Lodge||Lodge||(242) 344-3628||
|11.2 mi. Northeast of Central Acklins Island||Acklins Island|
|Tranquility Hill Bonefish Lodge||Lodge||(242) 368-4132||
|23.5 mi. North-Northwest of Central Congo Town||North Andros Island|
|Eco resort||(242) 329-4026||
|0.2 mi. Northeast of Central Nicholls Town||North Andros Island|
|Wild Quest||Lodge||(561) 964-9466||
|1.2 mi. South-Southwest of Central North Bimini||North Bimini|
Fortunately, the Bahamas is home to additional types of properties. To learn more about other kinds of accommodations for the Bahamas, check out this page.
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