There actually isn't much to keep you busy on Normans Cay, which is exactly the way locals and tourists like it. If sightseeing and exploring is an integral part of your vacation planning, make sure to charter a boat or keep abreast of ferry schedules so that you can see what some of the other islands in the Bahamas have to offer.
You will find a couple of beaches to consider visiting on and near the island. You can click on the name of the beach for more detail concerning that part of the coast.
Saddle Cay Beach: Saddle Cay Beach is only accessible by boat.
Another option worth considering is Ship's Channel Cay. A quaint sand bar that most people sail to in order to relax on the quiet beach and grab an iced cold drink, this beach is the epitome of a deserted island getaway.
The beaches on and near Normans Cay are provided down below.
|Saddle Cay Beach||1.2 mi. North of Central Normans Cay||Normans Cay||North|
|Ship's Channel Cay||0.3 mi. East of Central Ship Channel Cay||Ship Channel Cay||East|
Luckily, the Bahamas includes many additional beaches. You can go to this article. dedicated to the entire spectrum of beaches in the Bahamas if you're seeking more details.
Do you hope to enjoy more of your vacation seeing the local flaura and fauna? You may be happy to find out that the island has a popular nature preserve nearby.
Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park is a nature preserve located on Shroud Cay, South-Southeast of Normans Cay. Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park was the first established marine fishery reserve in the Caribbean. Since 1958, this 176 square mile property has protected its gorgeous anchorages and sea life.
|Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||0.9 mi. South-Southeast of Central Shroud Cay||Shroud Cay|
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