The Bahamas is a coral-based archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean. Its 700-plus islands and cays range from uninhabited to packed with resorts. The northernmost, Grand Bahama, and Paradise Island, home to many large-scale hotels, are among the best known. Bahamas has the beautiful exotic turkoise waters that is just breathtaking to see and swim in. Scuba diving, snorkeling and underwater activities are extremely popular. Snorkeling sites include the massive Andros Barrier Reef, Thunderball Grotto (used in James Bond films) and the black-coral gardens off Bimini. Exuma boasts celebrity status along with waters likened to those found in Tahiti.


Exuma is a district of the Bahamas, consisting of over 365 islands, also called cays.

The largest of the cays is Great Exuma, which is 37 mi (60 km) in length and joined to another island, Little Exuma by a small bridge. The capital and largest city in the district is George Town (population 1,437),[1] founded 1793 and located on Great Exuma.

Exuma is in a word…exotic. The island is surrounded by those tahitian turquiose water and is known to be the Secret Celebrity Hideway.