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Bruco
Wisconsin Fan
Charlotte, NC
Member since Aug 2016
926 posts

re: Any different islands I should check out?
Checking out Palm Island right now. General don’t like all inclusives, as the food is often an afterthought.

Was it good?


VABuckeye
Ohio State Fan
Oak Hill, VA
Member since Dec 2007
21239 posts

re: Any different islands I should check out?
Depends where you are on Grace Bay. There is no reef off of most of the beach. There is Smith Reef but proximity depends on where you’re staying on Grace Bay. You could be miles from that reef and still be on Grace Bay Beach.


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Springlake Tiger
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Uptown
Member since Aug 2006
12887 posts

re: Any different islands I should check out?
Food was quite good. You get 3 meals a day and they are all sit down variety. 2 of the dinners are buffet, but one night is a carribbean bbq with lobster, etc. The dinner menu was different every night. The breakfast and lunch menus were the same each day, but I didn't mind that as there were a bunch of choices.

I highly recommend this place and I've been all over the carribbean. It ranks up there with St. John and the BVIs.


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Bruco
Wisconsin Fan
Charlotte, NC
Member since Aug 2016
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re: Any different islands I should check out?
Update: booked a house on Hoopers Bay on Exuma. Looks to be a good location. The Bay is sheltered a bit and it’s close to boat rentals and some restaurants.

Will certainly be a bit more of a “do it yourself” type trip. But having the extra space and privacy will be nice.

I’ll take any other Exuma spec recos
This post was edited on 2/6 at 9:08 am


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