Things To Do

Whether you enjoy snorkeling, diving, fishing, beach combing, swimming, surfing or simply doing nothing Guana Cay offers it all. And with so many other islands near by you can rent a boat for the day and explore the other islands. When in the settlement stop by Milo’s for fresh fish, lobster and locally grown fruits and vegetables. For your grocery needs visit Guana Harbour Grocery .

When the tyme comes for dining or cocktails, Guana Cay has much to offer. It is the home of the famous Nipper's Beach Bar and Grill , a family run beach grill with two pools and an awesome view overlooking the Atlantic and fabulous beaches. The food is great and the Sunday pig roast is not to be missed. Shoes are definitely optional here. Beware of the Nipper! For casual indoor and outdoor dining visit Jerry and Chorene at Pirates Cove. On Wednesday night, one should not miss the Pot Luck at Grabbers and the opportunity to join the locals for a relaxing evening and sunsets like you have never seen before.  Be sure to visit the Art Café for breakfast and check out their selection of hand made crafts for your souvenir needs


Boat Rentals

Boat rentals are available from numerous sources... Island hopping in the tranquil Sea of Abaco with it’s hundreds of uninhabited islands is an adventure not to be missed!


Diving and Snorkeling

Regardless of your level of diving or snorkeling experience there's a reef that's just right for you within 15 minutes of your door...

Snorkel and dive equipment rentals are available from Troy and Maria at Dive Guana. The Abacos boasts one of the largest barrier reefs in the world. Diving in uncrowded, gin-clear water around our rarely seen reefs and snorkeling on coral heads that rise to within 1 foot of water level is an experience which has to be seen to be believed. Wreck diving, beach-access diving, reef diving, cave diving and all sorts of other underwater wonders are waiting for you in The Abacos. Underwater visibility often approaches 200 feet, and rarely goes below 60-75 feet.



Fishing of all types is available. Bone fishing, tuna, bottom fishing, surf, or simply dropping a bobber off the nearest dock! Several local guides are available and can be located by simply asking. Ricky Sands will be sure to show you a good time. He offers fishing as well island hopping tours. Ask anyone where to find him!