The Southern Out Islands Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Southern Out Islands - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Long Island 8

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North Long Island: Cape Santa Maria to Gray's 3

South Long Island: Deadman's Cay to Gordon's 5

Inagua 5

San Salvador 5

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Elsewhere on San Salvador 4

Fernandez Bay to Riding Rock Point 1

Cat Island 4

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New Bight 3

Port Howe 1

Crooked and Acklins Islands 2

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Library/ Archive 2

Memorial/ Monument/ Tomb 1

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Religious Building/ Site/ Shrine 2

Tour–Sight 13

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Erickson Museum and Library

  • Library/Archive

The Erickson Museum and Library is a welcome part of the community, particularly the surprisingly well-stocked, well-equipped library.

Farquarson Beach

  • Beach–Sight

Ten-and-a-half miles north of Matthew Town is the island's nicest (at least the most accessible) beach where locals come out to chill.

Inagua Lighthouse

  • Tour–Sight

From Southwest Point, a mile or so south of Matthew Town, you can see Cuba's coast—slightly more than 50 miles west—on a clear day...

Inagua National Park

  • Tour–Sight

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

Morton Salt Company

  • Tour–Sight

Marveling at the salt process lures few visitors to Inagua, but the Morton Salt Company is omnipresent on the island: it has more than...

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