Strolling with your honey off Guana Cay, Exumas, The Bahamas by Patrick Bennett
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Strolling Along Bitter Guana Cay: Wish You Were Here

Strolling Along Bitter Guana Cay: Wish You Were Here

Bitter Guana Cay in the Exumas chain of The Bahamas may be famous for its population of critically endangered Exuma Island iguana (the wild population hovers around just 1,300 animals on 7 small cays), but don’t let the reptilian population scare you away. This tiny island also boasts some magnificent beaches, spectacular crashing waves on the eastern shore, and pleasant snorkeling—perfect for getting off the map for a day.

Wanna stay in the area? Try the new Embrace Exuma Resort on nearby Staniel Cay.

Last updated by Patrick Bennett on .

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