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Great Exuma The Bahamas

Beacon on Stocking Island - was used to guide ships around the 3 ½ mile long island

Hermitage Tombs - three tombs and a grave with inscriptions settled after the American War of Independence

Rolle Town Tombs - Dated 1792

St. Andrews Anglican Church - built in 1802 overlooking Elizabeth Harbour

St. Christopher’s Anglican Church - smallest in The Exumas built 1939

The Hermitage - old homes from the plantation days built late 1700’s

Elizabeth Harbour - favourite of yachtsmen around the world, annual regatta site

Kidd’s Cove - from the pirate era

Allan’s Cay Iguanas - fearsome looking but gentle lizards

Salt Beacon - designed as a Tuscan column during first half of 19th century

The Three Sisters Rocks - romantic mythical landmark

Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park - pristine beauty, outstanding anchorages and breathtaking marine environment. Created in 1958, 176 square miles, the first marine fishery reserve in the Caribbean. Accessible by boat only.

Steventon Jail - old jailhouse and statue of Pompey





Hart House, Flamingo Bay, Great Exuma Bahamas