A Picture of Cat Island in the Bahamas

I’ve been in love with the Out Islands of the Bahamas for some time now. Just lock your eyeballs on to this photo taken on Cat Island and it’s easy to understand why. It’s pure unspoiled natural beauty.

No large human footprint, no grand mega-resorts, no cruise ship chaos…just you, the land and the sea. I mean just look at that water, it’s absolutely heavenly.

I thought these words from Bahamas.com described the beauty of Cat Island nicely.

Cat Island’s 150 square miles can fulfill a traveler’s every desire. There are ancient Amerindian campsites, religious ruins, rolling hills, dense woodlands, caves, high bluffs and deserted beaches. Herons feed in the rich wetlands, bonefish skim through the shallows, blue water fish leap from the sea.

Enjoy the stunning photo Castaways. This is my Caribbean photo Friday post that I didn’t get to do this past Friday due to the fact it was National Flip Flop Day. I couldn’t wait till next Friday to share this picture with you. (Photo by cmlme via Flickr)

If any of you guys have been to Cat Island I would love to hear what you thought.

Enjoy your Sunday and happy Father’s Day to all you dads out there.

Cheers!
RumShopRyan

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By | 2011-06-19T11:17:28+00:00 June 19th, 2011|Cat Island, The Bahamas|3 Comments

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Just a salty pirate looking to explore and document the wonders of the Caribbean. Professional blogger, rum judge, consultant, marketer, and consumer of blue water beauty.

3 Comments

  1. BahamasDread June 19, 2011 at 11:38 am

    Rummy for me cat island, was one of those places that really made me feel like an explorer.With ruins to search through, untouched land and some of the warmest down to earth folks always eager to share some history, i enjoyed Da Cat. “As we call it in the Bahamas

  2. Globalnomad June 20, 2011 at 12:56 pm

    RumShopRyan:

    Cat Island is a very special place. I have traveled regularly throughout the Out Islands of the Bahamas since 1967. My first visit to Cat Island was 17 years ago and we fell in love with the island and the people. I would love to see some of the photographs that others have taken, and hear of their experiences there.
    My wife and I helped start a children’s library in Bennetts Harbor last year and there are many opportunities to help. We built a beach house (The Boathouse) on Da Cat four years ago on one of the most beautiful beaches in all the islands.As you said, Cat Island is an unspoiled paradise.

    Cheers!

  3. mm
    RumShopRyan June 20, 2011 at 3:04 pm

    Thanks for the comment and telling your love of Cat Island. Sounds like you have done some great things there and have mad it part of your life. Cheers!

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