Aerial view of Hoffman's Cay Blue Hole, The Berry Islands, The Bahamas

This blue hole, located in the southern Berry Islands, is about 600 feet wide and has a cliff that hangs 20 feet above the water. Those who jump into it from the cliff speak of an adrenaline rush as they venture into its mysterious depths. Its only living inhabitants are said to be oysters.

Hoffmann's Cay is the most visited blue hole in these islands. It is accessed via a horseshoe-shaped beach, just behind a patch of Australian Pine trees at the shoreline.

Hoffman's Cay
Contact Information:
Berry Islands Tourism Representative
(242) 451-0404
(242) 225-8947
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