The Berry Islands, part of the Bahamian Islands are a cluster of 30 islands and close to 100 cays - stretching 32 miles; the largest is Great Harbour Cay.
These cays rest on the eastern edge of the Great Bahama Bank; situated 50 miles north west of Nassau and only 160 miles due east of Miami, Florida.
Great Harbour Cay is 7 1/2 miles long (population 300), with vast wadeable, sand and grass bonefish flats on the westward (leeward) side stretching from Stirrup Cay to Chubb Cay.
Some of the best bone fishing can be found around the flats at Great Harbour Cay.
Great Harbour is a full-service modern resort designed for family vacations--including golf, tennis, bike rentals, diving, snorkeling and excellent restaurants. Marina-side townhouses make this location also ideal for bonefish groups of from four to six fishermen, with guide services and numerous nearby flats providing excellent fishing to small and large fish.
Getting to Great Harbour Cay is easy. From Florida, there are private or shared charters from Miami, Ft. Lauderdale and Palm Beach. Air services are available twice daily from Nassau.
These largely uninhabited islands offer spectacular snorkeling and are well known for championship sports fishing.
With Warm, Crystal Clear Turquoise Waters, and 7 miles of White Powder Beaches - Great Harbour Cay is a truly a
Vacation in a Private Paradise.