Next to the park headquarters in Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park is a lovely white beach, but you won't be looking at the sand when you first arrive. The beach is dominated by the stunningly huge skeleton of a sperm whale that died in 1995 because it consumed plastic. The skeleton was fortified in its natural form and makes an emotion-packed statue that no artist could duplicate. Equally striking is the gorgeous blue shades of water and the glistening white sand. Check out
the snorkel trail in the park when you've soaked in enough sun.