Exuma spreads out to the south of New Providence, and has as many islands as days in the year; 365: 111 miles long and 40 miles from the South East of Nassau. Nicknamed the capital of the onion, it is also known for its cruises. As well as its gorgeous seaside, its strong points are the coral gardens of Exuma National Land and Sea Park. Most of the natives live between Great and Little Exuma, two islands connected together by a bridge. In April, the Out Islands regatta takes place, during which the sloops (traditional Bahamian boats) compete for the title!
The locals primarily earn their living from fishing and farming.© Happyalex / 123RF
Most of the archipelago's inhabitants live in Great Exuma and Little Exuma.© Happyalex / 123RF
This park was one of the first parks to be created in the Bahamas.© Happyalex / 123RF
The park is home to numerous private beaches.© Katie Smith / 123RF
There are several companies present here that rent out boats for your enjoyment, by the day or the week.© Happyalex / 123RF