Discover the hidden gems of Great Harbour Cay



The Blue Hole

For those adventurous boaters, Hoffmann’s Cay has a world wonder located deep in the jungles - a massive Blue Hole that’s perfect for snorkeling, paddle boarding and looking into the deep dark underwater abyss.

Great Harbour Cay Marina

The Great Harbour Cay Marina is a great place for boaters, fisherman, and water sports enthusiasts to find and book their favorite nautical activities.

Shark Creek

Experience a variety of sea-life, breathtaking beaches and great fishing at the southern most tip of Great Harbour Cay.

Bonefishing with Percy

The Berry Islands is inhabited by not just eclectic wildlife, but also eclectic characters. If bonefishing is your game, then Captain Percy Darville is one such character that you need to meet on your Great Harbour Cay Adventure.

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The Old Club House

Explore the ruins of the old Club House where the Rat Pack once vacationed.

Cistern Cay

As one approaches the abandoned Ghost Island of Cistern Cay, they will be ominously greeted by the sunken wreck of a drug-running plane, as a symbol of a dark age in Bahamian History, because Cistern Cay was known as a hub for drug dealers in its heyday.

Sugar Beach Caves

Explore the caves on Sugar Beach.

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The Beach Club

Nestled on the sandy dunes just steps away from the shore, is a local hang and the only joint located right on Great Harbour Cay Beach. Known to the locals as “Da Beach Club,” the blue and yellow structure is hard to miss

The Carriearl Roost

The New Soul Fly Lodge has a full service restaurant and bar onsite, called The Carriearl Roost. By reservation only, they have a great menu for dinner and brunch on certain days of the week!

Coolie Mae’s Sunset by the Sea

Sitting on a Bullocks Harbour hill and overlooking the sun’s trajectory is a hidden Bahamian gem known to the locals as Coolie Mae’s Sunset Restaurant. There’s something about dining in a place that looks and feels like grandma’s house. It’s an old-world charm that’s tough to beat.