Bahamas My Out Island

Good things come in small packages, and truer words couldn’t be spoken about Acklins Island. Measuring 92 square miles and 4 miles across at its widest point, the island hugs the Bight of Acklins, a small but famous lagoon. When you think of things to do in The Bahamas, Acklins offers some of the best bonefishing and snorkeling in the world as well as some of the best Bahamas resorts for families.

Bucket List
  • Snorkel on Datum Bay
  • Cascarilla Bark Harvesting Tour

Although the population is scarce, just over 400 residents, there's plenty to do. Snorkeling in The Bahamas isn't complete without a visit to Acklins. Searching for seclusion? Breathtaking beaches, exotic rock formations, and scenic plant and animal life make Acklins a nature lover’s dream. In other words, you’ll be making your own adventures on this quiet island with rugged terrain and little development. You’ll love nights in a hotel on the beach in Acklins.

The charm of Acklins goes beyond scenery, especially if you’re searching for a snorkeling trip or fishing vacation. Acklins is marked on the map as the destination for serious scuba diving, snorkeling, and fishing. It mightn't be known as a tourist destination, but this secluded island is home to bonefish and big game fishing alike.

With more than 1,000 miles of shallow water, Acklins Island bonefishing is a must experience. Famous for its bonefish flats, a trip to Acklins is a dream vacation package for fishing enthusiasts. But why stop at fishing when you can enjoy snorkeling trips, island hopping and more?

If you’re looking for a holiday in one of the best vacation spots in The Bahamas, famous for fishing, diving and snorkeling, and less about shopping and socializing, Acklins is a place to get lost and love it.