Experience Abaco in a whole new way…
The northern most island in the Bahamas chain, the Abaco region is a wonderful blend of vibrant island life and unspoiled natural beauty. With a large central island and the crystal blue Sea of Abaco bounded by numerous outer cays and a 90 mile barrier reef, Abaco offers unparallelled land and sea adventures.
Abaco Eco is currently focused on creating journeys to explore one of the outer cays, Elbow Cay.
The island of Abaco is where the main settlements of Marsh Harbour and Treasure Cay are located. Over a 100 miles long, Abaco provides a number of different marine environments accessible by small water craft: tidal mangrove creeks, the marls on the western side, small bays and bites are all waiting to be explored.
Abaco National Park, home of the Bahamas Parrot, is located 45 minutes to the south of Marsh Harbour. The Park’s coppice and pine forest habitats are home to a large variety of birds, hummingbirds and butterflies.
Elbow Cay is one of the more popular out island sites. Settled in 1785 and home of the famous Elbow Reef Lighthouse, its old style cottage houses and beautiful stretches of sand beaches will charm and delight.
The island is surrounded by reefs, mangrove estuaries and rocky shore ecosystems each with their own cadre of plants and animals to discover. The shallow, clear waters of Elbow Cay provide homes to rays, turtles, conch, crawfish, crabs and a colorful array of fish.
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