The big selling point for tourists heading to Green Turtle Cay is that there isn't much going on there. Surprisingly, there is a museum that focuses on local contributions to the art world, the rest of your time spent exploring the island will lead you to beaches and unique land formations – some of which are located underneath the surface of the sea.
There are a small variety of beaches to enjoy on the island. Snorkeling is available at some locations, for people who enjoy this relaxing pastime. Just click on the name of each beach for more information concerning that particular stretch of sand.
A beach scene where snorkeling is a popular is Gillam Bay Beach. There is not much to Gillam Bay Beach. With development limited to just the occasional villa, you rarely ever need to worry about loud music or crowds.
Another good choice for those who enjoy snorkeling is Coco Bay Beach. Lined with the occasional villa, walkers who explore this beach will come across very little on their journey, save for some boat docks, sunbathers, and the waves gently rolling ashore.
Ocean Beach: With a pleasant mix of peace and adventure, Ocean Beach offers some variety for those looking to spend a day at the beach.
The island has additional beach choices. Click to view our guide to beaches for Green Turtle Cay.
If you enjoy expanding your knowledge of other cultures and places, you should consider visiting a museum during your vacation.
If you are looking to do some sight-seeing, visit Albert Lowe Museum. It is located in southern Green Turtle Cay. Before islands like Green Turtle Cay were easily accessible through air travel and modern sailing, European colonist still lived on them. The Albert Lowe Museum takes a look at one families life and hardships on this tropical frontier.
The chart just below shows more information on a museum on the island.
|Albert Lowe Museum||(242) 367-4094||6.1 mi. North-Northwest of Central Treasure Cay||Green Turtle Cay|
Travelers will explore some other worthwhile local landmarks on the island.
If you are looking to do some sight-seeing, visit Memorial Sculpture Garden. It is located within southern Green Turtle Cay. Learn all about important Bahamians by visiting the Memorial Sculpture Garden on Green Turtle Cay, where busts and placards detail their histories.
|Memorial Sculpture Garden||Monument||6.1 mi. North-Northwest of Central Treasure Cay||Green Turtle Cay|
Do you want to enjoy more of your vacation out in the fresh air? You might be happy to find out that the island has an interesting nature preserve nearby.
Black Sound Cay is a nature preserve located on Great Abaco, Northwest of Green Turtle Cay. Black sound Cay is not a major tourist attraction. Instead it really just serves as a protected area for wildlife.
|Black Sound Cay||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||1.1 mi. South of Central Crab Cay||Great Abaco|
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