Leaving the hustle-bustle of Nassau behind, take a high-powered cruise to your own private island in the Exuma chain. You'll ride a powerboat to Allens Cay to feed endangered iguanas then take an exhilarating, high-speed run to your private Bahamas island, Ship Channel Cay.
- Full-day trip from Nassau to Ship Channel Cay in the Exuma chain
- Powerboat cruise to Allens Cay and Ship Channel Cay
- Feeding sharks, stingrays and iguanas
- Guided nature trek of the island
- Guided snorkel of the reef
- Buffet lunch and fully stocked open bar
- Snorkeling equipment provided
- Pick-up and drop-off from Nassau town hotels
Recent Photos of this Tour
The tiny island is only two miles long and half a mile wide (around 3 kilometers long and 1 kilometer wide), with spectacular views in every direction. You'll have plenty of time to explore the island, or just kick back on the golden beaches.
If you feel like snorkeling, there is an amazing drift snorkel just a short distance from the shoreline. You can take a guided snorkel over the myriad corals and watch tiny fish feeding in the untouched, vibrantly colored reefs. Or perhaps you'd like to try your hand at feeding local stingrays and sharks!
Grab a drink from the island bar, then sit down to a banquet of delicious freshly caught island grouper, served with fresh salads, tasty breads, chargrilled steak, tropical fruit platters, chips, dips and other delights. The fully stocked bar (included) has something for every taste, and will keep you refreshed!
After lunch, take a nature tour of the island with guides who will entertain you with colorful tales from the bush. Or take a romantic walk by the water's edge or go for a refreshing dip in the cool, turquoise water. Numerous decks provide a place to sit, chat or just watch the world go by while sipping a cool drink under a giant umbrella.
Sadly, all too soon the time will come to leave Ship Channel Cay for Nassau town, but don't worry, the memories will last a lifetime!
Reviewed by Aliah A, February 2013
Amazing experience. Excellent staff. Fed stingrays, sharks, and iguanas. Went snorkeling and on a nature walk. Great food.
Reviewed by Jaimie L, January 2013
The most spectacular part of our Bahamas vacay! A surprise xmas present 4 my dad, it exceeded every possible expectation i had. The boat ride was long, but thrilling. The stingrays/shark feeding was incredible, so intimate and beautiful. The people, fabulously warm and welcoming. I never wanted 2 leave