Guana Cay stretches seven miles tip to tip, with a five mile long beach which many consider the best in the Bahamas. The Great Abaco Barrier Reef is less than 50 feet offshore. The reef fishing is excellent, and the bonefish are plentiful in the shallow bays. The settlement stretches along the bay at the head of Kidd's Cove, named after the pirate. The island has about 100 residents, mostly descended from Loyalists who left Virginia and the Carolinas after the American Revolution to settle in this remote place.
Dolphin Beach is the only resort directly on the 5 mile long coral coloured beach and offers the finest comforts and amenities on the island. Let our fine staff host your visit to this unique, unspoiled and unfettered destination.