Inagua offers the best of both worlds for those who don’t want to be locked into a particular experience. It is remote, has only one small town, and you can be quite alone if you wish, or stroll arm in arm along the small streets of Matthew Town getting to know some of the friendliest people on the planet. Visits to historical sites will take you back in time and tours can enlighten you about the island’s culture. For natural adventures in the wild, you can explore for days in the great outback of the Inagua National Park and see plenty of wildlife not found in other places. Deep-sea, reef and fly fishing each offer their own challenges, but the reward will be worth the fight. Snorkel off the beach or offshore where you are the only ones on the reef and collect seashells on your own private stretch of beautiful white sand beach. A few quaint lodges offer comfortable island-style lodging.