Discover theCays | Playground for the Rich & Famous
Simply one of the most magical places in the world you will ever visit, fall in love with and before you know it, you will be longing to callhome. The chain of the cays are an archipelago of 365 islands and cays stretching over 130 miles with a population of give or take somewhere in the 8,000 plus range.
Divided into three major areas; Great, Little and The Cays being the most popular of them all. On any given day hundreds of yachts & sailboats from around the world can be seen anchored along the flawless coastlines, better known as the playground for the rich and famous.
There is no shortage of private islands, multi-million dollar homes, luxury resorts or beachside condos.It’s definitely a secret hideaway for celebrities like Actor Johnny Depp who fell in love with after filming scenes from Pirates of the Caribbean and decide to purchase a 45-acre tropical island called Little Hall’s Pond Cay for $3.7 Million. Billionaire Sir Richard Branson owns Necker Cay which is 74-acres of pure breathtaking views. Word famous magician David Copperfield owns Musha Cay which rents for a cool whopping $37,000.00 a night.
Now let's get back to the real reason people travel to theCays and yes, its true the crystal clear turquoise water and untouched powdery white sand beaches are a few of the reasons is one of the most exotic destinations in the world. But, if we
the island is about 82 miles southeast of Nassau and about 50 miles northwest of George Town. But no worries, there are tours leaving out a daily basis from Nassau, , Staniel Cay, and a few airlines offer direct flights from Miami & Canada.
These aren’t any ordinary pigs and they aren’t shy at all, as soon as your boat begins to approach the shoreline they begin paddling out to greet you.
While you're exploring theCays you’ve got to take a boat ride down to
home to nurse sharks just waiting to swim with daring humans. Then there’s Bitter Guana Cay where
But before you leave, make sure to visit Normans Cay where you can snorkelPablo Escobar's sunken drug plane that went down in 1982 when the U.S. cracked down on the region and edged out the cartel with help from the Bahamian Government.