Want to feel like you are totally secluded on a Private Island with white sand beaches and pristine waters yet still have plenty of activities to do? Want to know Bahama’s best-kept secret? Then look no further than Deep Water Cay.
Located just off Grand Bahama Island, 110 miles from Palm Beach, FL, Deep Water Cay offers the ultimate in tropical seclusion, yet it is most known for its world-class outdoor pursuits. On one hand, you will feel like you are “off the grid” as there are no TVs, no phones and very limited wifi in the reception area only. So there is plenty of time to spend gazing into each others eyes in the infinity pool, relaxing side by side on your own private beach or holding hands as you stroll the 2 ½ mile long sandy lane that runs the length of the island. And for those that are ready for some adventure, Deep Water Cay offers numerous activities, such as fishing, scuba diving, boating, kayaking or paddle-boarding through mangroves, snorkeling blue holes and reefs, and exploring hundreds of square miles of surrounding crystalline waters, undeveloped islands and white sand beaches. And last but not least, don’t forget to arrange your open-air massage.
Guests will also feel like they have the place all to themselves because there are only a few accommodations on the island: seven ocean view cottages and six ocean front private homes each with their own beach.
Deep Water Cay offers hyper-local cuisine featuring freshly caught fish prepared by Bahamian cooks versed in family recipes. Honeymooners often arrange to have a gourmet lunch prepared to take to East End Point. This area is home to a swimming area with a long, white-sand beach and complete seclusion. Couples also book the private dining room at The Lodge for a special intimate evening.
Deep Water Cay is accessible either by private air charter—the island has its own runway and customs clearance—or by ferry after landing in Freeport at Grand Bahama International Airport.
Deep Water Cay’s privacy, authenticity, and level of service has drawn honeymooners from around the world to experience the Bahamas’ best kept secret.
For more, please visit www.deepwatercay.com