While most of the many islands considered to be part of the Berry Islands remain uninhabited, those that do have a human presence remain undeveloped and laid back. If you're looking for resort tourism, you'll find the exact opposite here. It is the islands' rustic nature which offers mass appeal. Bonefishing is the top activity and what the islands are best known for, but deep sea fishing is popular as well. You can also make plans to head out from the marina for some good old fashioned sailing, or schedule a few hours of scuba diving. On land, rent a bike to do some sightseeing, or book a tee time at the one and only golf course in the district.
Get up close and personal with the natural side of the Berry Islands when taking a scenic trip on a scooter or bike.
If you are intrigued by the idea of seeing the sights with the wind in your face, there are a couple of businesses that can help make it happen. To read a more detailed discussion of this topic, visit this article about bike and scooter rentals.
The Berry Islands are known primarily as a great destination for snorkeling. However, the same clear and calm conditions also make it a great option for beginning divers, and those looking for a relaxing day exploring the marine life of the area.
You'll find at least 7 interesting dive sites to choose from. To read a more detailed discussion of diving in this area visit this page.
The Berry Islands is considered by some to be the fishing capital of the Bahamas, and that is saying something. If you are looking to go fishing for marlin, or any other large gamefish in the Bahamas, this is the place to be.
Like to go fishing? There are a pair of charter operators that operate in this area. To visit our detailed page about deep sea fishing, click here.
Hoping you can spend some time on the greens during your vacation? The Berry Islands isn't overloaded with golf greens, but there is one course in the area. The only course in the area is click here.. To learn about more golfing throughout the Bahamas,
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