The Southern Out Islands

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Southern Out Islands - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Dean's Blue Hole


    Known as the deepest blue hole in the world with a depth of 663 feet, Dean's Blue Hole is the most amazing sight on the island and one of the...Read More

  • 2. Inagua National Park

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    Nothing quite prepares you for your first glimpse of the West Indian flamingos that nest in Inagua National Park: brilliant crimson-pink, up...Read More

  • 3. The Hermitage

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    At the top of 206-foot Mt. Alvernia, the highest point in the Bahamas, the Hermitage is the final resting place of Father Jerome who lived quite...Read More

  • 4. Bird Rock Lighthouse

    Nautical Site/Lighthouse

    The sparkling white Bird Rock Lighthouse (built in 1876) once guarded the Crooked Island Passage. The rotating flash from its 115-foot tower...Read More

  • 5. Castle Island Lighthouse

    Nautical Site/Lighthouse

    On a separate island on Acklins' southwest point, and only reachable by boat, is the Castle Island Lighthouse (built in 1867). It formerly served...Read More

  • 6. Erickson Museum and Library


    The Erickson Museum and Library is a welcome part of the community, particularly the surprisingly well-stocked, well-equipped library. The Morton...Read More

  • 7. Fernandez Bay Beach


    Imagine the perfect calm cove in the tropics—a 1-mile stretch of glistening, pristine white sand, inviting shade under coconut palms and sea...Read More

  • 8. Hamilton's Cave


    The largest cave system in the Bahamas, Hamilton's Cave features stalactites and stalagmites, and passages over 45 feet wide and 9 feet high...Read More

  • 9. Inagua Lighthouse


    From Southwest Point, a mile or so south of Matthew Town, you can see Cuba's coast—slightly more than 50 miles west—on a clear day from atop...Read More

  • 10. Morton Salt Company


    Marveling at the salt process lures few visitors to Inagua, but the Morton Salt Company is omnipresent on the island: it has more than 47 square...Read More

  • 11. Ocean Beach


    On the eastern Atlantic side, four miles from Queen's Highway at Smith's Bay is Ocean Beach, 1.8 miles of wide powdery white sand with a frequent...Read More

  • 12. St. Paul's & St. Peter's Churches

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    The twin, towered Moorish churches of St. Paul's (Anglican) and St. Peter's (Catholic) are two of the island's most celebrated landmarks. Father...Read More

  • 13. The Long Island Museum and Library

    Historic Home

    The Long Island Museum and Library is housed in a beautiful little pink cottage with native trees in front. Patty will share the history of...Read More

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