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Paddle with Pigs in the Exumasclose up of pig swimming in the crystal clear waters of the Exuma Islands

From paddling with feral pigs in the warm waters of secluded coves to traveling the shell-strewn sands of Coco Plumb Beach, the wild beauty of the Exumas is on full display in two national parks on the islands. Be sure to take in some of the 13,000 acres of Moriah Harbour Cay National Park, which plays a critical role in the Exuma Islands marine ecosystems. Thrill at the prospect when you spot the local lizard population of Bahamian iguanas, which can grow up to more than two feet long, or catch a glimpse of the ever-elusive Hutia, a large cave-dwelling adorable rodent that calls the park home. Wildlife, the pungent aroma of tropical flowers and the warm Caribbean sun are all waiting to welcome you to the beautiful Exuma Islands.

a young pink pig curiously walking up to a young boy on the pristine sandy beaches of the Exumas

Airports in The Exuma Islands

  • Black Point MYEB Airport
  • Fowl Cay MYXA Airportpigs along the white sandy beaches and swimming in the clear waters of the Exumas
  • Great Exuma Island MYEG Airport
  • Hog Cay MYEY Airport
  • Leaf Cay MYXD Airport
  • Lee Stocking MYXE/MYEL Airport
  • Little Darby Island MYXF Airport
  • Norman’s Cay MYEN Airport
  • Sampson Cay MYXH Airport
  • Staniel Cay MYES Airport

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