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Most Andros Island hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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Swim with tropical fish, hike through forested parks and admire the surreal blue holes that Andros Island is famous for. This quiet paradise is larger than the rest of the Bahamas combined and is also the least developed. Escape the throngs of tourists that characterize the neighboring islands and enjoy nature. Andros Island is one of the premier dive sites in the world. Home to five national parks, it is a favorite destination for ecotourists, divers and nature-lovers.
Pack your hiking boots to explore the extensive network of trails crossing the Central Andros National Park. Walk through mangrove flats to reach stunning blue holes lining stretches of coast. The deep pools are home to fascinating ecosystems. Swim in the deep, cool water to get refreshed.
Join a scuba tour to dive amid an even broader range of flora and fauna. The deep Tongue of the Ocean channel off Andros Island’s eastern coast draws countless fish to feed. Swim past vivid corals and tropical fish on the Andros Barrier Reef, one of the largest reefs in the world. The Bahamas offers warm weather year-round, perfect for spending all day at the beach. Andros Island offers great kayaking, swimming and sunbathing on its seemingly endless stretches of isolated coast.
Try local cuisine in the small, friendly townships of Andros. Taste seafood caught just off the coast at a charming restaurant in Nicholls Town. Visit in summer to attend Crabfest in Fresh Creek or other popular seafood festivals.
Andros actually comprises three separate islands: North, South and Central Andros. Fly to one of Andros Island’s four landing strips. Rent a car from the airport to explore the 65 miles (105 kilometers) of roads that traverse the islands and take a ferry or charter boat between islands. If you don’t want to drive yourself, hail a waiting airport or port taxi upon arrival. They can take you to the guesthouses, hotels and beachfront resorts that are scattered across the islands.
*Savings based on all vacation package bookings with Flight + Hotel on Expedia.ca from January through December 2020, as compared to price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.
Sonne, Strand, Lagune! Ein paar Tauchgänge, etwas Schnorcheln, in der Sonne bräunen! Gutes Essen, ein paar Drinks! All das auf einer einsamen Insel!
It is a very quiet location next to a lovely beach,room was large and comfortable. The staff went out of their way to make the stay very good. Early breakfast and coffee were ready each day, as I was fishing.
Small Hope Bay Lodge is unique and wonderful. It is filled with a spirit of welcome and joyous comraderie. After a few days, newly made friends and staff become family. The diving is good with a great and very personal dive staff, who also double as Small Hope "ambassadors" who draw new guests into ...
Situated in San Andros, this apartment building is steps away from Cat Cay and Andros Barrier Reef. Morgan Bluff Beach and Nicholls Town Beach are also within 9 miles (15 km).
Robert was a phenomenal host, meeting us at the airport both coming and going, as well as giving us a tour of Nassau and helping us to get groceries. He arranged taxi travel to and from the airport on Mangrove Cay and looked after our every need with meticulous detail. We had an excellent time at ...
Right near the beach, so you can swim in the sea in the morning. Just a tranquil and cool place to be. Can walk there from the airport. We were disappointed however that bicycles, as advertised, were not available. But easy to hitch-hike and there's a wonderful bush trail around by several blue holes ...