ANDROS ISLAND, BAHAMAS

Andros Island is surrounded by thousands of square miles of fishable flats, home to permit, tarpon, and especially bonefish. The island is known as the bonefish capital of the world.

Located approximately 150 miles southeast of Miami, Andros Island is the largest island in the Bahamas chain, yet it remains the least populated.

All of The Bahamas Out Islands boast abundant natural attractions, but Andros—the largest yet most sparsely developed of all The Bahamas—is the king when it comes to superlative natural experiences. It’s a great place for a laid-back beach getaway, wedding or honeymoon, but for eco-travelers, kayakers, bird watchers, hikers, snorkelers, divers and fishermen, the big island of The Bahamas is the ideal vacation destination.

The Bahamas National Trust is a
non-profit organisation in The Bahamas that
manages the country’s national parks.

 

For more information on Andros visit our partner Bahamas National Trust.
Bahamas Nation Trust
Andros Island Bonefish Club