Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Kamalame Cay, Bahamas

Kamalame Cay is a 96-acre sliver of sun and solitude near Andros Island in the Bahamas where celebrities, honeymooners and travel aficionados have relished their privacy for years. Here guests can jump-start their senses with active pursuits like scuba or bonefishing, or simply laze on their own private verandas by the turquoise waters.

A quick flight from major hubs such as New York, Toronto and Miami, yet worlds away from Nassau’s trendy, resort-lined beaches, Kamalame’s utterly private accommodations are tucked into 96-acres of swaying palms and flowering tropical foliage. A lush oasis ringed by three miles of deserted, white-sand beach and colourful coral gardens, the warm, turquoise waters just off shore teem with manta ray, parrotfish and blue tangs 

Sliced into the Silver Palms that embrace the island, the Great House serves as a welcoming social hub for dining and cocktails and is just a few steps from the heated, freshwater pool, sweeping ocean views and al fresco beach bar. Modern interpretations of classic Bahamian cuisine combined with sophisticated wines and spirits, comfortable elegant island décor, and one of the only overwater spas in the Caribbean underscore Kamalame’s gracious 'barefoot chic’ character.

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  1. hi thanks for sharing this