Acklins and Crooked Islands

WELCOME TO

ACKLINS

& CROOKED ISLAND

Islands of

UNSPOILED BEAUTY

Acklins & Crooked Island remain almost as natural today as they were hundreds of years ago. Separated by a 500-square-mile lagoon known as the Bight of Acklins, both islands are a haven for boating, bonefishing, snorkeling, and diving.

Island Resorts & Retreats

WHERE TO STAY

Ranging from bonefishing lodges to bed & breakfasts, accommodations on Acklins & Crooked Island often come with personal fishing guides

The Highlights

ANCIENT LUCAYN SITES

An ancient Lucayan Indian site, thought to be one of the largest Lucayan Indian settlements in The Bahamas, sits along Pompey Bay Beach, just south of Spring Point. In fact, 10 ancient Lucayan sites have been unearthed by National Geographic Society Archeologists in Samana Cay alone, which is southwest of Spring Point in Acklins.

Things To Do

Fish On The Flty

An ancient Lucayan Indian site, thought to be one of the largest Lucayan Indian settlements in The Bahamas, sits along Pompey Bay Beach, just south of Spring Point. In fact, 10 ancient Lucayan sites have been unearthed by National Geographic Society Archeologists in Samana Cay alone, which is southwest of Spring Point in Acklins.

What that means for the best time to fish the Bahamas depends on the risks you are willing to take to plan a trip during the hurricane season; the risk being your trip may be inadvertently canceled or postponed. Yet, if you are willing to take that risk, the best time to fish the Bahama is during the summer months of May to September. 

There are many areas in the Bahamas that make for some of the best fishing in the world. Here are some of the top fishing spots in the Bahamas. 

 

Fresh Island Flavours

DRINKS & DINING

From stuffed lobster to chicken with peas and rice, Bahamian cuisine dominates menus in Acklins & Crooked Island, with fresh local seafood topping the list.

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