Its three rustic, charming, authentically Bahamian fishing villages and very friendly people are among Mayaguana's main attractions. You'll find the Pirate's Well dug by buccaneers that roamed here in the past; a former U.S. military base and tracking station built in the 1950s; and the Abraham's Bay Town Square, with an old homestead of a prominent family; and the "well shack" where locals gathered to collect water as late as the 1980s. Within the settlements, a tour can mean simply taking a stroll, but if you wish to venture further, guided tours to outlying areas are available through the Administrator's Office in Abraham’s Bay.