Beaches

A long, uninterrupted shoreline of powder-soft white sand beaches and stunningly blue waters is the draw of Long Island. If you're interested in a busy resort scene, this isn't the spot for you. Here, you'll find the beaches to be nearly deserted at all times. The east coast is the Atlantic side, which has the more rugged beachscapes, while the west coast runs along the Caribbean Sea, which is known for its calmer, warmer waters that swimmers and snorkelers… more…

Restaurants

At 230 square miles, there is a lot of… more…

Attractions

Arrive on Long Island prepared to spend… more…

Accommodations

Known as the most scenic island in the Bahamas, Long Island attracts vacationers from all walks of life with many different ideas about what… more…

Hotels

From Clarence Town to Hamilton, Long Island's major settlements are… more…

Villa Rentals

While the Northern point of Long Island is the center of tourism,… more…

Activities

When you plan a trip to Long Island, you do so to escape the busy resort areas of the Bahamas and find a quieter haven where reveling in the beautiful tropical scenery is enough. This destination is best known for bonefishing and scuba diving, but other activities like sailing, hiking, rock-climbing,… more…

Diving

Long Island is home to the longest running dive operation in the Bahamas,… more…

Fishing

Home to a popular bonefishing lodge, many people travel… more…

Shopping

A few boutiques scattered throughout the island sell… more…

Transportation

Long Island is an island of contrasts beginning with the fact that it… more…

Air Travel

As one of the less busy islands on San Salvador chain, international… more…

Ferries

Ferry services are plentiful throughout the Bahamas, and Long Island is… more…

Rental Cars

Known for being the most scenic island… more…

Sailing & Boating

Long Island is 70 miles long, which… more…

Taxis

From the moment you arrive on Long Island… more…

Attractions

Arrive on Long Island prepared to spend your days outdoors thanks to the fact that all of the local attractions were created by Mother Nature… more…

Beaches

A long, uninterrupted shoreline of powder-soft white sand beaches and… more…

Snorkeling

Fancy a little variety in your life? Then snorkeling the waters that surround Long Island is just the ticket for you. With access to both the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea from either coast, you'll be able to compare and contrast how the difference in each body of water has an affect… more…

Sailing & Boating

Long Island is 70 miles long, which means there is plenty of coastline… more…

Fishing

Home to a popular bonefishing lodge, many people travel… more…

Diving

Long Island is home to the longest running dive operation… more…

Weather

The weather in the Bahamas is a treat for travelers. Although the chain is made up of over 700 low-lying islands stretching from just east of Florida… more…

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