The Southern Out Islands Travel Guide

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Plan Your The Southern Out Islands Vacation

Wild and windswept, the southern Bahamian islands are idyllic Edens for those adventurers who want to battle a tarpon, dive a "wall" that drops thousands of feet, photograph the world's largest group of West Indian flamingos, or just sprawl on a sun-splashed beach with no sign of life—except maybe for a Bahama parrot pelting seeds from a guinep tree.

Hotels

The Southern Out Islands Hotels

The inns in the southern Out Islands are small and intimate, and usually cater to a specific crowd such as anglers, divers, or those who just want a quiet...read more

Restaurants

The Southern Out Islands Restaurants

Out Island restaurants are often family-run and focus on home-style dishes. You'll probably eat most of your meals at your hotel, since there aren't many...read more

Hotels

The Southern Out Islands Experiences

  • Top Reasons to Go

    Stage a disappearing act: Discover your inner castaway on islands way off the trampled tourist track. Pink or white sand, calm azure coves, or... Read more

  • Inagua National Park

    Nothing quite prepares you for your first glimpse of the West Indian flamingos that nest in Inagua National Park: brilliant crimson-pink, up... Read more

  • Rake 'n' Scrape

    There's something about Rake ’n' Scrape music that makes you want to dance. The contagious, unique cadence accompanied by the "chink-chink,"... Read more

  • Top Festivals

    Junkanoo. Inagua puts on a spirited Junkanoo parade on Boxing Day, December 26, and New Year's Day. Parades start at 4:30 am; you have to make... Read more

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