The Abacos

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  • 1. Abaco National Park

    The Abaco National Park was established in 1994 as a sanctuary for the endangered Abaco parrot, of which there are fewer than 3,000. Many other...Read More

  • 2. Hope Town Lighthouse

    Upon arrival in Hope Town Harbour you'll first see a much-photographed Bahamas landmark, an 89-foot-tall, candy-striped lighthouse built in 1864. The lighthouse's construction was delayed...Read More

  • 3. Johnston Studios Art Gallery and Foundry

    Sculptor Pete Johnston and his sons and acolytes cast magnificent lifelike bronze figures using the age-old lost-wax method at the only bronze foundry in The...Read More

  • 4. Tahiti Beach

    This small beach at the southern tip of Elbow Cay is a popular boater's stop. The soft white sand is well protected from the close...Read More

  • 5. The Long Dock

    Walking hundreds of feet along this dock above the shallow aquamarine sea is well worth a visit to the quaint village of Cherokee Sound, especially...Read More

  • 6. Treasure Cay Beach

    This beach is world famous for its expanse of truly powder-like sand and breathtaking turquoise water. A few hotels and homes line the miles long...Read More

  • 7. Carleton Settlement Ruins

    Tucked away toward the northwestern end of the Treasure Cay development are the ruins of the very first settlement in Abaco, founded by the Loyalists...Read More

  • 8. Gifts from the Sea Museum

    One of the tiniest museums in the world is located under the communications tower in Cherokee Sound in a small building that used to house...Read More

  • 9. Guana Cay Beach

    The beaches on Guana Cay stretch along much of the island's ocean side and are often only separated by rocky outcroppings. The sand here is...Read More

  • 10. Hero's Wall

    This memorial wall is adorned with plaques honoring residents who have helped to develop the community over the years. Notice that most of them share...Read More

  • 11. Hole-in-the-Wall

    Off the Great Abaco Highway at the turn in the road that takes you to Sandy Point, a rugged, single-lane dirt track leads you to...Read More

  • 12. Man-O-War Heritage Museum

    Historic artifacts from the boat-building industry are on display in this small museum, offering a true look back into life as it was way back,...Read More

  • 13. Memorial Sculpture Garden

    The past is present in this garden across the street from the New Plymouth Inn (note that it's laid out in the pattern of the...Read More

  • 14. Pelican Cay Beach

    In a protected park, this is a great spot for snorkeling and diving on nearby Sandy Cay reef. The cay is small and between two...Read More

  • 15. Sandy Point Beach

    If shelling and solitude are your thing, venture 50 miles southwest of Marsh Harbour to the sleepy fishing village of Sandy Point. Large shells wash...Read More

  • 16. Sawmill Sink Blue Hole

    A half-hour drive south of Marsh Harbour is a crudely marked electric pole directing you to turn right onto an old logging trail. A short...Read More

  • 17. Treasure Cay Blue Hole

    You'll need a car or at least a bicycle to visit this natural wonder, but it's worth the trek. Scientists believe the Treasure Cay Blue...Read More

  • 18. Treasure Cay Billfish Championship

    There are big cash prizes that increase with the number of registered boats at the Treasure Cay Billfish Championship in June. The final day includes...Read More

  • 19. Wyannie Malone Historical Museum

    Hope Town

    This volunteer-run museum houses Hope Town memorabilia and photographs. Exhibits highlight Lucayan and pirate artifacts found on the island. Many descendants of Mrs. Malone, who...Read More

  • 20. Albert Lowe Museum

    New Plymouth's most frequently visited attraction is the Bahamas' oldest historical museum, dedicated to a model-ship builder and direct descendant of the island's original European-American...Read More

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