Located seemingly far away from civilization at the northern tip of the Abaco archipelago, you'll find two tiny islands, Walker’s Cay and Grand Cay. These two remote little islands represent the end of the world, at least as far as the Abacos are concerned.
Walker’s Cay can be reached only by private plane or boat, and it's the last stop in the Bahamas; it's also a Mecca for sport fishermen from around the world. Walker's Cay is a lonely place. With only one hotel, a marina, and a population of marine life that will delight angler and diver alike, it's protected and unspoiled. Once a refuge for pirates and ne’er-do-wells, today it’s a haven for anglers, divers, and sailors. It’s also a sanctuary for those who want to spend a few days in total seclusion – where the air is sweet, the beaches deserted, the sea clear and sparkling, and the sunsets spectacular.
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For visitors arriving by air, the Bahamas are served through Nassau by most US airlines and by international airlines from Canada and Europe, and to a slightly more limited degree through Freeport.
The Out Islands are served mainly by Bahamas Air via connections in Nassau and Freeport.
The Bahamas is also a major destination for the cruise ship industry
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