Green Turtle Cay

A neighborhood in Green Turtle Cay, Bahamas

Photo by: tomathon, Creative Commons

Green Turtle Cay is one of spots that the Bahamian island of Abaco is famous for. It is found 160 miles east of the Florida mainland and is conveniently reached by plane from South Florida into the Treasure Cay International (TCB) on Abaco. From the airport, you can take a five-minute taxi ride and a 15-minute ride by ferry. If going to Marsh Harbor is in your itinerary and you are landing on its international airport (MHH), you can take an alternate route from there, which will take a 25-minute taxi ride going to the ferry dock.

The hottest spot in Green Turtle Cay, Bahamas is not only the blue beaches and the white sand but also the 18th century colonial village that can take visitors back in time. It has a natural and unspoiled beauty that you would love to take photos of.

One of the largest and most famous resorts in the Bahamas is also located here—the Green Turtle Club. From the town center, you can take a short golf cart ride and enjoy its breathtaking beaches on the Cay’s Atlantic side. Really, who wouldn’t want to brag about swimming in the Atlantic?

Green Turtle Club is also highly acclaimed for its fusion cuisines. If you love to eat and try new recipes, the resort and marina will surely satiate your hunger and thirst to the maximum level. Fresh seafood cooked in combination with international and Caribbean styles–there’s really nothing more you can ask from this resort in the charming colonial town.

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