We offer customized tours on land and sea that could easily be tailored to your specific needs; prices vary, depending on the location/distance. Here are some examples:
Our tour visits the bat caves at Gun Bluff and McKay, which are more easily accessible from the sea. Many of them have majestic limestone formations that take on unusual forms and shapes.
On this road tour, you can explore the old cotton plantation at Richmond in Southeast Landrail, a town that used to be a major port for The Bahamas; two pillars still stand and the ruins include a monument dated 1795. Our boat tour visits the cannons at Marine Farm, a British military compound in the 18th century that still has remnants of their occupation: several cannons that have the king's seal, drawings, and other artifacts.
You will travel by boat approximately 2½ miles to Bird Rock Cay, home of the Bird Rock Lighthouse. Your guide will give a brief history of the site as you explore, and you can see local seabirds (frigates) in their natural habitat. Lunch and water are included, and you have the option to enjoy a relaxing beach picnic on the cay's sandy cove before returning to the mainland.
- Take an Eco-tour and explore Long Cay to see wild goats, scampering among the brush and ruins, and flamingos feeding and frolicking on the south shore.
- Snorkel on the reefs off Crooked Island and Long Cay and see lobsters in their man-made condos/shoals that provide shelter for them in the ocean (half or full day).
- Go reef fishing for Snapper, or bonefishing in the flats (half or full day); you'll have to bring own rods.
Our sea tours are usually conducted on either a 21-foot or 18-foot Boston Whaler for four to six persons; however, we have other boats at our disposal for larger groups, plus a few boats that are suitable for fishing on the flats. Land tours are via car or mini-van.
The 18-foot Boston Whaler has a 150 horsepower Yamaha engine and is available to charter for $250.00 per day.