Exuma boat rental
Exuma is a district of the Bahamas, consisting of over 365 islands, also known as cays. The largest of the cays is called Great Exuma, which is 37 mi in length and joined to another island, Little Exuma, by a small bridge. The capital and largest town in the district is George Town.
Adding an Exuma boat rental to your holiday itinerary is a must for sunset seekers, those who love to watch turquoise waters glisten, and of course getting to know the world-famous swimming pigs.
What to do with your Exuma boat rental
Take time out and relax on white sandy beaches whilst listening to the waves of crystal clear water break at your feet. Visit the famous swimming pigs before snorkelling in the sea full of tropical fish more colours than you could ever imagine. If you’re brave enough, we recommend that you also pay a visit to Compass Bay and swim alongside real sharks.
Haven’t had enough of animals just yet? Hang out with the iguanas of Leaf Cay. This 40-acre island was at one point actually owned by Nicolas Cage. In 2006, he purchased the island for $3 million, but once he saw the large population of iguanas living there, he decided to sell it back to the Bahamian government.
Our favourite food spot in Exuma
If you’re missing the party atmosphere of Nassau, you could take a five-minute ferry ride from the big island to the nearby Stocking island for the Sunday afternoon pig roast at Chat ‘N’ Chill. Here boats line the waterfront, and there’s always a large group of people indulging in Goombay Smash cocktails, playing sand volleyball or sunbathing on the beach.
The climate in Exuma
Generally, the temperatures are always high in Exuma but on average, the warmest month is August and the coolest is January.
How to get to Exuma
The main airport in The Exumas is located on Great Exuma: Exuma International Airport (GGT). Several major national and inter