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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Fernandez Bay to Riding Rock Point 1

Cat Island 4

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Port Howe 1

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Dean's Blue Hole

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

Known as the deepest blue hole in the world with a depth of 663 feet, Dean's Blue Hole is the most amazing sight on the island and one...

Galloway Landing Beach

  • Beach–Sight

This remarkable beach on the southeast coast of the island, south of Clarence Town, is relatively unknown and visited mostly by the locals.

Hamilton's Cave

  • Tour–Sight

The largest cave system in the Bahamas, Hamilton's Cave features stalactites and stalagmites, and passages over 45 feet wide and 9 feet...

St. Paul's & St. Peter's Churches

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The twin, towered Moorish churches of St. Paul's (Anglican) and St. Peter's (Catholic) are two of the island's most celebrated landmarks.

The Long Island Museum and Library

  • Library/Archive

The Long Island Museum and Library is housed in a beautiful little pink cottage with native trees in front. Patty will share the history...

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