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5 reasons the eco-tourist will love Tiamo Resort

Relax in a pure tropical setting

Tiamo Resort sits in a pure tropical setting: On a small bay in South Andros, which is only accessible by boat or seaplane. Its boutique accommodations are ideal for nature lovers who want to get away from it all. 

Environmentally friendly

The remote South Andros boutique resort operates mainly on solar power. The resort's hot water is heated by direct sunlight. It footpaths throughout the property and overall design create minimal disruption to the natural setting and allow native flora to flourish.

Cool bungalows

Ten beachside thatch roof bungalows sit atop stilts. They have wraparound verandahs that lead to an open-air bathroom. Encircled by towering coconut palm and sea grape trees, each bungalow has a high cypress ceiling, bathroom, sitting room and king-sized bed, with the option of twin beds. 

Eco Tours

Wildlife thrives in Andros and the ecosystem is rich. In fact, Andros is known to have the world’s third largest coral reef. At this all-inclusive resort, airport transportation, meals, guided nature tours and light-adventure activities are all in the package.

Non-anglers can enjoy too!

If you are a non-angler, there are other water sports activities awaiting you. Perhaps, you may be interested in canoeing, snorkeling, sailing, fishing or scuba diving.  You can also bask in the sunshine in the infinity pool, check out the library or have fun on a floating cabana or paddleboard.  A quiet guided tour along nature trails might also be of interest.

Family Dining Style

Tiamo Resort merges rustic and luxury. It employs an executive chef, who puts a spin on Bahamian cuisine. The open-air restaurant serves fine dining in the wild. The dinner is by candlelight in the Tiamo Lodge. Expect white linen and polished silver and fine wine, but take note that there is no serving of local grouper, lobster and conch as the owners believe they are overfished in The Bahamas. Be prepared for a menu that celebrates the sea: local grouper, lobster, conch and mahi-mahi; crab cakes, tuna, oysters and more. Although the cuisine is gourmet, the dress is casual and comfortable. To walk between the rooms and the restaurant there is only sand, so this is not a resort for high heels. 

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