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Bahamas Part 3: Exuma Cays Land & Sea Park

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Continuing on south through the Exumas, we made stops at some of the islands & cays in the Exuma Land & Sea Park.  Warderick Cay was one of our favorite stops.  We anchored at Emerald Rock and had a very quiet spot with several beautiful beaches virtually to ourselves.  We hiked around the island and, as is customary for passing cruisers, we left our driftwood sign on BooBoo Hill.

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Curly Tailed Lizard – only found here

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At Cambridge Cay (Little Bells Cay), we checked out a submerged plane, snorkeled the Sea Aquarium Coral Garden (where Jesse got chased by a shark!), explored the Dungy Caves, kayaked, finally busted out the hammock and spent some time relaxing, oh, and we peeped on Johnny Depps’s private island – Pirate’s of the Caribbean money buys you a pretty nice place in the Bahamas!

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Cambridge plane

submerged plane

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Dungy Caves

Cambridge aquarium

Aquarium

Cambridge mountain

Sand mound at Cambridge

Cambridge Sunset

Sunset at Cambridge

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8 thoughts on “Bahamas Part 3: Exuma Cays Land & Sea Park

  1. You expect me to give up the joy of doing taxes just for beaches and water?

  2. Cute sign 🙂 Being chased by a shark would have freaked me out. Glad Jess is okay.

  3. Beautiful photos! Looks fabulous!

  4. Looks amazing! I love Summer and the coconut. Continued best wishes…

  5. this whole ordeal looks like a terrible experience… I think you should come back to MA and let me take over from here.

  6. So love seeing the pictures! Would love to see some with you two in them also!! Not loving the shark chase visual though😳 miss you😘

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