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The Island

Where Big GameFishing is King

Two things are required in The Berry Islands: a boat and a love of water. This cluster of cays totals no more than twelve square miles of landmass. They’re bordered by the Tongue of the Ocean, a deep underwater trench that draws in all sorts of marine life, making these waters some of the most bountiful in The Bahamas.

The Lay of The Land

Nearly 30 cays make up The Berry Islands. Most of them are uninhabited, but Great Harbour Cay and Chub Cay prove irresistible to avid anglers and island life enthusiasts.

Great Harbour Cay

Great Harbour is the largest island in the chain. Commercial and private flights land at Great Harbour Cay Airport, and boaters will find the largest port in the Berries here.

Chub Cay

Chub Cay, a major hub for sports fishermen, is accessible by sea and by air via Chub Cay International Airport.

Little Harbour Cay

Located in the middle of The Berry Island chain, Little Harbour is home to Flo’s Conch Bar, a local landmark favored by passing boaters.

The Lay of The Land

Nearly 30 cays make up The Berry Islands. Most of them are uninhabited, but Great Harbour Cay and Chub Cay prove irresistible to avid anglers and island life enthusiasts.

Island Resorts & Retreats Where to Stay

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Take your pick of charming guest houses, intimate hotels, and luxurious resorts in The Berry Islands. 

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The Highlights Unparalleled Game Fishing

Chub Cay

Chub Cay, the southernmost cay, is known as “The Billfish Capital of The Bahamas.” For an experienced angler, there’s no greater thrill than facing off with one of these huge predators. Record-breaking catches of blue and white marlin are a common occurrence around here.

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The Highlights Miles & Miles of Beaches

Shelling Beach, Sand Dollar Hill, Sugar Beach - even the names of the beaches are irresistible. Across the Berry Islands’ 30-cay cluster, discover a pristine and secluded stretch of powder-soft sand that seems made for beachcombing.

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The Highlights Hoffman’s Cay Blue Hole

Hoffman’s Cay

This blue hole in the southern Berry Islands hides behind a patch of pine trees on the horseshoe-shaped shoreline, beckoning thrill-seekers to jump in from a cliff that hangs 20 feet above the water.

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Things To Do Match Wits With A Bonefish

Sure, the Berry Islands are known for billfish but they also boast some of the best bonefishing in The Bahamas. Head to the saltwater flats of Great Harbour Cay - or most any flat across the archipelago - and match wits with the elusive grey ghost.

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Things To Do Dive To New Depths

A continuous wall stretching from Chub Cay to Whale Cay and dropping to a depth of nearly 4,000 feet, the Chub Cay Wall offers divers a high-visibility glimpse at Caribbean reef sharks, spotted eagle rays, and abundant black coral amid its varied wall formations.

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Fresh Island Flavours Drinks & Dining

Restaurants

Fresh fish, conch and lobster take centre stage in the Berry Islands, where dining is a casual affair.

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Hoffman's Cay Blue Hole

A popular spot for travellers, Hoffman's Cay Blue Hole is 600 ft wide with a cliff that hangs 20 feet above the water. Jump off and dive into this unique natural wonder. Nearby, you may also stumble upon The Hoffman Cay Ruins, a peculiar rock structure echoing ghosts of the past.

Chub Cay International Airport

Chub Cay International Airport is often the gateway to the Berry Islands for international travellers, located just 45 minutes by plane from South Florida. 

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Great Stirrup Cay

Great Stirrup Cay

This 268-acre cay has been privately owned by Norwegian Cruise Line since 1977 and is the site of the Great Stirrup Cay Lighthouse.

Little Whale Cay

Little Whale Cay

This privately-owned cay was developed in the 1930s and is available for rent to guests looking for a private paradise.

Little Stirrup Cay

Little Stirrup Cay

Also known as Coco Cay, this private island is a port of call for Royal Caribbean International Cruises.

Big Whale Cay

Big Whale Cay

Big Whale Cay is the site of an historic lighthouse and of Big Whale Cay Airport.

Chub Cay

Chub Cay

Chub Cay is small, but it’s a big name among sports fishermen thanks to its annual Chub Cay Invitational Fishing Tournament. The island is accessible by air via the Chub Cay International Airport.

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Little Harbour Cay

Little Harbour Cay

Founded by some ancestors of Flo’s Conch Bar and Restaurant's owners, houses here were built in the 1930s and 40s and have withstood the most ferocious storms—a testament to their advanced building skills.

Great Harbour Cay

Great Harbour Cay

The largest and principal island of the Berry Islands, Great Harbour Cay underwent a development boom in the 1960s, when it became a favourite getaway for the rich and famous.

Great Harbour Cay Airport

Located in the largest island in the Berry Islands chain, Great Harbour Cay Airport welcomes domestic flights via Nassau.

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