The Berry Islands offer many sites that are rife with history, including those on the outlying cays. Many can only be accessed by water, so most of the organized tours are by boat. Big Whale Cay, said to be shaped like a seal, has an historic lighthouse at its western tip and one of the first Anglican churches built in the area. Great Stirrup Cay is home to a lighthouse built in 1863 during the reign of England's William IV. On Great Harbour Cay, land tours by bus, bike or on foot are readily available. You also have the option to rent a car, pick up a map, and go off on your own to explore caves and nature trails.