1. Kamalame Cay
Andros Great Barrier Reef, Bahamas
When Conde Nast Traveller and Travel+Leisure magazine both vote an island #1 in the Caribbean in their Reader Awards, then you know you are on to something very special. Kamalame is a 97 acre private barrier island sitting just off the coast of Andros - the largest and least developed landmass in the Bahamas archipelago. The island offers a unique mix of ‘resort and residences’ which means if you really love it there, then you could buy your very own slice of paradise with beachfront villas and plots available. The island regularly hosts exclusive all-island wedding and private celebrations, but also individual beachfront resort cottages and owners villas are available throughout the open year (the island closes mid-August to mid-October each year). Kamalame is famous for it’s graceful approach to stylish island living, with a relaxed and unpretentious atmosphere. As well as having the only over-water-spa in the Bahamas, the coastal waters around the island offer some of the world’s best diving (the Andros Great Barrier Reef is the 3rd largest reef in the world) plus the elite sustainable sport of Bonefishing is what made the island famous when it first opened. The island offers special wellness weeks by London based www.silverliningsretreats.com in November, January and June.
Fly into Nassau airport on a larger jet, such as a Gulfstream 550, or get closer in a smaller jet and land at Andros Town. Clients of Air Partner enjoy special access and privileges at Kamalame Cay - speak to your Account Manager for more information.