This was probably the 6th or 7th stay here for me. Maria & Terry are wonderful. The cabins are in a great location & have everything you need. I could live there, just need those winning numbers. Nippers is right next door and just a short walk to the grocery store. I cheat & get a golf cart.
This small complex of cabins perfectly situated on the beach is very well-run by the friendly and competent Troy and Maria who assisted us to and from the dock with our luggage. Furnished adequately in rustic style, the cabin was sufficient for our needs (although 4 adults sharing one small bathroom was interesting). The noise from Nippers Bar and Restaurant was almost imperceptible in our cabin (we asked for the furthest away). Even with the weather behaving appallingly and being unable to dive (which was the purpose of our 57 hour in-transit trip to get there) or even swim off 'our' beach, we enjoyed ourselves thoroughly. It must be heaven on earth when the weather cooperates and swimming,diving and boating conditions are good. Because of being unable to dive or snorkel on the ocean side, I can thoroughly recommend an easy and rewarding snorkeling route in the Abacos sea- one which we did daily (sometimes twice) in all weather conditions: Stroll across to Guana Dive shop (15 min) jump off the pier if its deep enough and first check for rays who live and breed underneath that one and the neighbouring pier. Move across to a small man-made reef about 10 meters away on the ocean side of the pier (ask Troy). Surprising amounts of tropical fish live in and around there including a scorpion fish. Then strike out for the small mangrove island (its a ten minute lazy swim - with fins) and look out en-route for fish in the grasses, pansy shells, sea urchins, huge starfish, cow-fish, the odd nudibranch, schools of batfish and possibly the same friendly and curious ray who was very interested in our activities. Snorkel close to the island's rocky outcrop and look for juvenile turtles hiding in the crevices. Also venture away from the island at times to look for rocks of whatever size where there are bound to be different varieties of mainly juvenile tropical fish. At the back side of the island in high tide there was a nursery of baby barracudas swimming among the mangrove roots. Swim right around the island and then back across the bay to Guana Dive. Only about an hour in all. We took our own masks, snorkels and fins and shortie wetsuits which were a necessity we thought at 23 degrees Celsius. Much cheaper than hiring! Tip 1: Don't bother to hire a golf cart for the entire stay. We hired one for one day which was more than enough time to explore the island. Otherwise everywhere is within easy walking distance of Ocean Frontier and if you don't walk there's nothing to do anyway! Tip 2 Watch out for excessively priced food offerings from quaint rustic restaurants. $30 for apiece of fish - no salad -was more than we expected to pay. Grabbers is great for food and Nipper's Sunday pig roast was huge fun-both were relatively reasonably priced. Tip 3. On arrival at Marsh Harbour, ask your taxi driver to take you to Maxwells (the largest grocery store) and wait for you to shop for provisions. Ours charged $24 for an hour which included a stop at the liquor store. Can't wait to return to Ocean Frontier and actually dive next time!
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