This quiet, secluded beach hugs the coast around Abraham's Bay, with a shape resembling a fishing hook. It is a great place to relax, sunbathe, or take a nap after a morning of exploration around Mayaguana. It should be on your must-visit list, even if you are not staying close by.

Fishing, canoeing, hunting for sea treasures, suntanning, and picnicking are popular activities here. You will need to bring your own gear, if you want to see some of the island's underwater delights. The water is great for snorkeling, and a variety of native fish, turtles, and other marine life are on display. Along the shore, you'll find an amazing display of indigenous flora, in addition to waterfowl and other bird species.

Abraham's Bay
Contact Information:
Administrator's Office: Mayaguana
(242) 339-3100
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