Eco-tourists, fishers and nature lovers should make the trip to view this spectacular underwater terrain. Located on the eastern end of Grand Bahama Island, the cay is accessible only by boat from McLean's Town. Miles of mud flats, shallows and coral formations host a variety of marine creatures. Bonefish come here to feed on the numerous insects, shrimp and small crustaceans. The area may be a bit rough for snorkeling, but the pristine waters make it worthwhile. Guided trips to the cay can be arranged through Freeport charter companies.
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