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Dreaming of Acklins, a southern Bahamas hideaway

A remote hideaway to relax, unwind and play the island way

While we may be dreaming of Acklins, because we know the island is a best-kept secret, many visitors to the Bahamas have never heard the word Acklins before. Acklins Island is a remote natural habitat in the southern Bahamas known for its secluded beaches, untapped bonefishing flats and small communities.

You can walk knee deep for 1000s of feet in the Bight of Acklins and have your pickings of various catch and release flyfish. From north of the island, where shallow water connects it to Crooked Island to the southernmost point by the Castle Island Lighthouse, Acklins is worthy of dreams of paradise for travelers looking for a remote hideaway to relax, unwind and play the island way. Our dreams of Acklins are made of these:

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About the Author
Noelle Khalila, The Domestic Tourist

Noelle Khalila is Editor of the Official Travel Blog of the Bahama Out Islands Promotion Board (BOIPB). On the Blog she writes about the shared experiences and insights of BOIPB members from their collective island-hopping travel across the Out Islands of The Bahamas. Noelle is also an award winning journalist and entrepreneur, serving as editor and chief visionary officer of The Domestic Tourist Travel Blog and Travel Club.

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