Discover Exuma

Splash Beach Bar & Grill will be closed beginning Tuesday August 15th, 2017 at 10:00pm and will resume business on Wednesday November 15th, 2017 at 7:30am

The Exumas, a chain of over 360 islands (or cays) scattered along 120 miles of gin-clear waters, which shimmer in blues from turquoise to teal to sapphire. At the southern end lies Great Exuma and on it the tiny Exumas capital of Georgetown.

Gateway to the Out Islands, Georgetown huddles on the shores of Elizabeth Harbor, the Caribbean’s largest natural protected anchorage. Enclosed by Great Exuma, Stocking Island and smaller cays, Elizabeth Harbor was once a favorite lair of pirate Captain Kidd and is now a primary destination for international yachts.

For the Great Exuma visitor, the harbor presents its mirror-like surface for kayaking, paddle boarding, snorkeling and more. Gentle island development has left the waters clear and the sea life abundant. Outside the ocean cuts, rolling surf and pelagic fish call to kiteboarders, sport anglers and water adventurers, while the shallow flats bring bonefishing enthusiasts from around the world. The area also features the only tidal blue holes on earth, whose deep mysteries have beckoned to divers since the ground-breaking exploration by Jacques Cousteau.

Ashore, island visitors experience small town hospitality, an unhurried pace, and a vibrant Bahamian culture that is a force all its own.

Centrally placed within all of this splendor and activity is Hideaways at Palm Bay—the starting place for your Bahamian experience.