Acklins and Crooked Island are considered the more remote islands of the Bahamas, and is separated by The Bight of Acklins, a 1,000 square mile lagoon.
These islands are considered a haven for watersports such as snorkeling, diving and bonefishing. Find a natural retreat amongst the islands’ sandy beaches, limestone caves, coral gardens, stunning cliffs and even historic plantations.
Acklins Island is one of the most preserved islands in the Bahamas with a population of just over 400 residents. Take a stroll down one of their long, narrow and hilly pathways or explore one of their many caves and bays.
Home seekers can find a plethora of natural beauty on Crooked Island, which is home to quaint villages, with sparsely populated communities like Gun Point and French Wells.