There is hardly a beach that surrounds Inagua that wouldn't be recommended to visitors for different reasons. None of them are ever crowded and more are secluded, perfect for picnicking, shelling, or swimming. The beaches along the south and east shores are especially loved, and if you're lucky you may even encounter a hawksbill turtle, also on a swim.
You'll discover a large number of beaches to choose from on the island. Snorkeling is an option at some of these beaches, for vacationers who are so inclined. You can click on specific beach names for a detailed review of that section of the coast.
A beach where you may find people snorkeling is North West Point Beach. North West Beach stands out for the honeycomb rocks that appear in the water, acting as stepping stones away from the shore. The beach itself is a long stretch of beige colored sand and features cool, bright blue waters.
Another option to consider is Farquharson Beach. Set near a western tip of the island, Farquharson Beach is just the spot for those looking for an out-of-the-way beach that is both picturesque and uncrowded.
The following table has more details concerning the beaches found on the island.
|11.8 mi. South of Central Great Inagua||South|
|Farquharson Beach||10.5 mi. North of Central Matthew Town||North West|
|6.5 mi. East of Central the vicinity of Inagua||North|
|12.6 mi. South-Southeast of Central Great Inagua||South|
|14.6 mi. South-Southwest of Central Little Inagua||North|
|11.0 mi. South of Central Little Inagua||North East|
|North West Point Beach||10.8 mi. North of Central Matthew Town||North West|
|4.4 mi. East of Central Matthew Town||South|
|15.6 mi. Southeast of Central Great Inagua||South East|
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