The weather in The Exumas The trade winds that blow almost continually throughout The Islands of The Bahamas give the islands a warm, agreeable climate that varies little year-round. Winter temperatures range from 60°F at night to about 75°F during the afternoon in Nassau/PI. Temperatures tend to be similar all over The Bahamas, but are … Continue reading
“Harbour View Villa–perfect!” We had the pleasure of staying with Don and Gail for 10 nights in May. We have traveled a bit, and have to say, that this was an absolutely fantastic vacation! The accommodation’s were perfect and the hosts even better! They were there to answer questions we had, yet at the same … Continue reading
Check out this fabulous video made by Colin Ruggiero. The best I have seen of the island of Great Exuma in The Bahamas.
Long time bonefishing Brit, Gary and his beautiful bride Sue, held their beach-side wedding at Santanna’s Grill Pit in Williams Town Little Exuma. With Dee as their host decking out the walkway with palm fronds and bougainvillea and balloons their married life sure started on the right (bare)foot. Under a warm tropical sun and a … Continue reading
I think the first thing that caught my attention about theChat N” Chilll is that you have to take a boat to get there (any place that is inaccessible by car is right up my alley). Located on Stocking Island, it’s a 10 minute ferry ride from George Town, and it checks in at #2 on … Continue reading
This was a vacation to remember. The island has so many beautiful beaches with soft white sand and warm waters. The restaurants vary from rustic to exquisite, the lobster we had at Santana’s was sensational. Our sincere thanks to our hosts who achieved the balancing act of being there when we needed them with advise … Continue reading
We have a family of Ospreys that nest on Moriah Harbour Cay directly in front of our home at Harbour View. Often we hear a high pitched whistle and when we venture outside we see either a parent sitting on a post calling to its mate or the baby calling to its parents. Their nest … Continue reading
Having a tropical maritime wet and dry type climate with winter incursions of modified polar air, generally The Bahamas experiences neither frost, snow, sleet, hail nor extremes of temperatures. A unique exception to that occurred on January 19th, 1977, when parts of the northern Bahamas experienced a brief flurry of light snow. Climatological data (following) … Continue reading