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See & Do

From beaches, to boating and snorkeling to swimming with pigs, there is no shortage of fun things to see and do in Abaco.

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A renowned beach with white sand bordering the brilliant blue Sea of Abaco. This captivating stretch of beach was voted one of the best 10 beaches in a Caribbean Travel and Life reader’s poll.


A popular spot for newly-weds looking to add a bit of excitement to their tropical honeymoon. This seven-mile beach is tucked below a tall dune with a stunning view of the crystal blue Atlantic.


All good things in life are worth working for, and truer words were never spoken of this secluded gem. Accessible by foot, bike, or boat only, the soft white sand of Tahiti Beach arcs into the some of the clearest water you've ever seen. You're certain to find a secluded stretch to relax and call your own.


On the eastern end of Abaco, Ocean Beach offers all the activities you'd expect from a tourist beachfront. The long list of things to do includes windsurfing, diving, fishing, sailing, beach bars, restaurants, and entertainment.


Located on the southwest tip of Great Abaco, 40-miles south of Marsh Harbour sits Sandy Point Beach. A large number of seashells makes this one of the best beaches in The Bahamas.


A mere 15-minute walk from Green Turtle Cay, this special beach of protected from the wind.

Other beaches: Little Harbour Beach, The Crossing “mini” Beach and Long Beach (ask us for details!)

Tours, Attractions & Sites of Interest 


Located on No Name Cay, the world famous swimming pigs of Abaco are truly unique experience. These wild pigs live freely on the cay and are quite the popular tourist attraction. 

Abaco Mainland:

The Sea Shell Museum in Cherokee Sound has reopened. The only such museum in Abaco, the Sea Shell Museum is features many beautiful and unusual shells, as well as antique bottles and coins. The museum is located under the Comms Tower on the front street — look for the prominent signs once you reach the settlement. Admission is FREE and the museum can be opened at almost any time by prior arrangement. Call (242) 366-2053 or (242) 475-7868 for more info.

Abaco Mainland:

Siren and Marcus Davis operate Da Bush ‘n Da Beach, offering nature tours and a taxi service.

Abaco Mainland:

M&W Livery offers bird-watching tours. Call Michael Knowles at (242) 557-9011.

Elbow Cay/Hope Town:

Captain Plug’s Adventures operated by Stafford Patterson, is open. See his Facebook page for additional details.


Elbow Cay/Hope Town:

Built in the 1860s, the 89-foot, red and white Elbow Reef Lighthouse is the only manned, kerosene-burning lighthouse left on the planet. Climb the winding staircase to the top for one of the most beautiful views in all of Abaco. Please note that non-Bahamian residents must sign up in advance to visit the light station — you can do so HERE.

Elbow Cay/Hope Town:

IslandBoy Excursions (Hope Town/Elbow Cay), operated by Francis Charles, is available for boat charters and transport between the Abaco mainland and the cays. Email or call (242) 808-1789.

Elbow Cay/Hope Town:

The Wyannie Malone Historical Museum brings Abaco’s history alive in fascinating displays of ship building, ship wrecks, hurricanes, and torpedoed freighters. Glimpse the past in furnished rooms, clothing and housewares of bygone times, and see historic faces and places in their historic photo collection. (The museum is temporarily closed due to damage from Hurricane Dorian.)

Man-O-WarMan-O-War Heritage Museum and Coffee Shop is open.

Green Turtle Cay: Sunset Marine offer a selection of tours to nearby destinations.

Green Turtle Cay:

Reel Serious Charters is up and running and ready to customize an excursion for you. Visit their Facebook page for additional info.

Green Turtle Cay:

Brendal’s Dive Center is accepting reservations for SCUBA and snorkel adventures. Call (242) 458-7868 for more info and to make bookings.

Green Turtle Cay:

The Albert Lowe Museum is the Bahamas’ first historical museum. Through an extensive collection of paintings, sculptures, antiques, photographs, documents and rare Lucayan artifacts, the museum documents and preserves Bahamian history and serves as an educational tool for the nation’s children. (The museum is temporarily closed due to extensive damage from Hurricane Dorian.)

Green Turtle Cay:

Loyalist Memorial Sculpture Garden Designed and created by American sculptor, James Mastin, this national monument incorporates twenty-four bronze busts of individuals who feature prominently in the history of the country and Abaco. The centerpiece of the garden features life-size bronze sculptures of two Loyalist women – one African and one European – symbolizing the founding mothers who gave birth to a united Bahamian people.

Treasure Cay:

Abaco Tours and Activities is offering sunset cruises, visits to Piggyville and various other tours. Visit their website for full details.


Cruise Abaco is open at the Great Abaco Beach Resort for captained or bareboat charters. Visit their website to learn more about the available fleet and make a booking, follow their Facebook page for latest updates or email them at

Blue Wave Boat Rentals is open and accepting bookings. Email or visit their Facebook page for more information.

Barefoot Boat Rentals is open. Contact them at

Cats Paw Boat Rentals is open. They can be reached at (242) 816-5220 or on VHF channel 66.

Conch Pearl Boat Rentals are open. Contact David Albury at (242) 577-5277 or email

Dive Guana has boats for rent. Call (242) 577-0661 or email for details.

Donny’s Boat Rentals has reopened. Call (242) 365-4119 or (407) 610-7000 or email Moorings and dock space also available.

Sunset Marine has boats available for rent. They also offer a selection of tours to nearby destinations.

Treasure Boat Rentals is open. For more information or to make a booking, call (242) 365 8582 or visit their website.


Abaco Mainland: 

Bonefishing guide Capt. Buddy Pinder is available for fishing trips to the Marls of Abaco National Park and East Abaco Creeks National Park He can be reached at (242) 242-577-7612.

Bonefishing guide Capt. Justin Sands is available at (242) 359-6890.

Capt. Danny Sawyer, bonefishing guide is available at (242) 477-5901.


Captain Samuel McIntosh offers half- and full-day tours for fishing, island hopping, picnics, snorkeling and more. Call (242) 475-2357 for information and to make a booking.

Hope Town/Elbow Cay:

Hope Town Boat Charters – Fishing & Tour Guide Services is available at (242) 577-7309 or

Local Boy Fishing Charters is up and running. Visit their Facebook page for updates and more information.


Robert Lowe/Seagull Charters Is available at (242) 475-3143. For more information, visit his Facebook page or visit or

Sea Vibes is available for a variety of island hopping trips and fishing adventures. Book now by emailing or calling (242) 577-4394.

Green Turtle Cay:

Jason McIntosh is available to customize a fishing day or tour specific to your needs. Call (242) 458-6276 or email

Reel Serious Charters is ready to customize a fishing or sightseeing excursion for you. Visit their Facebook page for additional info.

Abaco Flyfish Connection & Charters is available for bonefishing, light tackle reef fishing and other charters. Contact Captain Rick at


Marsh Harbour:

Percy’s Diving Equipment sells items such as aluminum beds, fittings, pulleys, compressors, motors, hoses, regulators, etc. Call (242) 475-5989

Guana Cay:

Dive Guana is open and offering limited dive excursions. Call (242) 577-0661 or email for details.

Green Turtle Cay:

Brendal’s Dive Center is accepting reservations for SCUBA and snorkel adventures. Call (242) 458-7868 for more info and to make bookings.


Though Hurricane Dorian and Covid-19 have caused the cancellation and postponement of many Abaco events, here’s a list of some of the usual annual events.

JUNKANOO:  The celebrations of the Junkanoo Festival have been evolving in The Bahamas since the early 1900’s, but today, it serves less as a street festival and more as a grand parade celebrating the Bahamian culture. Organised groups of up to 1000 people spend almost the whole year preparing costumes and entertainment for the event, and to them, that’s half the fun. Though the exact origin of the festival is unknown, there are plenty of theories. Many believe it was established by John Canoe, a legendary West African Prince, who outwitted the English and became a local hero. The most popular belief, however, is that it evolved from the days of slavery. Loyalists who migrated to The Bahamas in the late 18th Century brought their African slaves with them. The slaves were given three days off during the Christmas season, which they used to celebrate by singing and dancing in colourful masks, travelling from house to house, often on stilts. The uncertainty of its origin only proves that Bahamians don’t need a reason to throw a wonderful celebration.

Green Turtle Cay is well known for their New Year's Day Junkanoo Parade, and we are hopeful for the return of Saturday night Junkanoo's in Hope Town during the summer season.

Art for the Parks is a weekend festival in Marsh Harbour, which benefits Abaco’s six national parks, and showcases the creations and crafts of dozens of Bahamian artists and artisans.

Love Rush Weekend – An entire weekend of Junkanoo in Marsh Harbour, featuring junior and senior Junkanoo competitions. Love Rush 2020 was cancelled due to the effects of Hurricane Dorian, but we hope these colourful and lively weekends will resume in years to come.

Songwriters in Paradise (SIP) Hope Town – a week-long festival in mid-February, featuring world-class songwriters performing at a number of different venues.

Bahamas Cancer Society (Abaco Branch) Art Show an annual show featuring Bahamian artists and a silent auction, benefitting the Abaco branch of the Bahamas Cancer Society.

Friends of the Environment Reef Ball – An evening’s worth of fun and fundraising, in recognition of those who protect and sustain our local environment.

Island Roots Heritage Festival – Commemorating the shared island roots between Abaco and Key West, this weekend-long event, which takes place the first weekend in May on Green Turtle Cay, allows Abaconians to reconnect with family from the U.S., Canada and beyond and introduces visitors to Abaco’s music, art, culture and cuisine.

Sandy Point Homecoming and Conchfest – During the first weekend in June, Sandy Point’s Development Association sponsors this event which showcases traditional cultural activities, including music, cuisine, games and a church service.

Sojer Day – Every second year, Man-O-War residents celebrate their boat-building heritage with Sojer Day, which features musical performances, local cuisine, exhibits of historic artifacts and a activities for the entire family.

Regatta Time in Abaco – A week-long event with daily races and award ceremonies held at Marsh Harbour, Treasure Cay and the Abaco cays.

Cheeseburger in Paradise – This “beach party with a purpose” is held on Fiddle Cay each July, with proceeds benefitting a variety of Green Turtle Cay community organizations, as well as the Amy Roberts Primary School. The 2021 event has been scheduled for July 8, 2021. Follow their Facebook page for latest updates. 

Guy Fawkes Night – Green Turtle Cay celebrates its British heritage with a variety of fun fall activities, culminating in the burning of Guy Fawkes effigies.

Big Hill Box Cart Derby – This November event showcases carts designed and created by local residents and businesses, competing in junior and senior divisions.

Green Turtle Cay Festival of Lights – From Thanksgiving to New Years, the settlement of New Plymouth is alight with vivid holiday displays on homes, lamp posts, docks and public spaces. A schedule of events includes a family fun night, a golf cart parade and Santa’s arrival.

Abaco Christmas Festival – Kicking off the holiday season on the first Saturday in December, this Marsh Harbour event features an arts & crafts bazaar, food court, musical performances and a Junkanoo parade.

Hope Town’s Christmas Village transforms Taylor Park into a winter wonderland. Events during this weekend-long festival include tree lighting ceremonies, a Christmas market, ice skating under the stars, Christmas Junkanoo and an appearance by Santa.



Sandy Point: Nancy’s Seaside Restaurant is open for lunch and (with reservations) dinner. Call Mercy at (242) 475-9413 for more information.


Crossing Rocks: Mama D’s Seaside Bar & Grill s open. Call (242) 807-4005 for further information.

Schooner Bay: The restaurant at the Sandpiper Inn in Schooner Bay is open for takeout and outdoor dining by reservation only. Non-hotel guests are welcome for dinner Thursday through Sunday, with reservations. Call (242) 699-2056, email or visit their Facebook page for more information.

Rolling Harbour: The Delphi Club‘s dining room is open for dinner. (Call 242-577-1698 before 2pm for dinner reservations.) Visit their Facebook page for updates.

Little Harbour: Pete’s Pub & Gallery is open noon to 7pm Friday through Sunday. Consult their Facebook page or call (242) 577-5487 for menu and updated hours.

Cherokee Sound: Hungry Again restaurant is open in the green house on the shop corner (just down from the gas station.) Open noon-3pm for lunch and 5pm-9pm for dinner. Call or WhatsApp (242) 458-2191 for daily menu or to order.

Marsh Harbour (Murphy Town): 3 Guys Chicken & Fries is open Monday through Saturday, 11am until…. Call (242) 475-9741 for more information.

Marsh Harbour: Beverly Bethel is serving pizza Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays. Whatsapp (242) 475-6210 for further details.

Marsh Harbour: The Bistro at Abaco Beach Resort is open. Reserve a table at (877) 533-4799 or (242) 367-2158 or email

Marsh Harbour: Calypso Coffee House is open. Visit their Facebook page or call (242) 817-8136 for further info.

Marsh Harbour: Cat 5 Restaurant and Bar is open for lunch and dinner (11am – 9pm) in the new shopping plaza on Don MacKay Blvd.

Marsh Harbour: Chandler’s Tasty Treats food truck is located across from the Marsh Harbour Clinic.

Marsh Harbour: Chill Vill restaurant is open on Crockett Drive. Call (242) 802-9505 for hours of operation and to pre-order. Delivery is available.

Marsh Harbour (Central Pines): Chubs Kitchen is open – to place an order, call (242) 475-2931 or (242) 808-4264.

Marsh Harbour: Colours by the Sea is open on the Marsh Harbour waterfront.

Marsh Harbour (Murphy Town): Fritter Frenzy – call (242) 475-2877 for directions and menu.  

Marsh Harbour: Gigi’s TakeAway is open on Forest Drive. Hours are Monday through Saturday, 11am-9pm. Call (242) 458-2927 or (242) 826-2927.

Marsh Harbour (Central Pines): Island Boyz Restaurant and Bar has reopened. Call (242) 533-6117 for specials and additional info.


Marsh Harbour (Dundas Town): JD’s Waffle House is open on Forest Drive, serving waffles, wings and more. Contact them at (242) 816-1381 for hours and menu.

Marsh Harbour: Jake’s Restaurant and Ice Cream Parlour has reopened. For hours and menu, visit their Facebook page or call (242) 554-8553.

Marsh Harbour: Joyce’s Kitchen – serving lunch. Call (242) 432-3684 or (242) 475-3962 for more information.

Marsh Harbour: Julia’s Kitchen is located in a brown house on Morning Glory Circle, next to Soul Saving Ministries in Central Pines. Call (242) 823-8864 or (242) 551-4926 for menu or to order.

Marsh Harbour: Lovely’s Delight is open in Marsh Harbour. Visit their Facebook page for daily menus, and call (242) 802-6375 to order. Now serving breakfast from 7am-10pm.

Marsh Harbour (Murphy Town): Lunch with Gwen is open Saturdays and Sundays for pick up orders. Call (242) 826-0088 for more information.

Marsh Harbour: Megan’s Place (Strachan Drive)

Marsh Harbour (Murphy Town): Mio’s Tropical Grill serves fresh conch salad and other seafood salads Thursday through Saturday, noon until… Call (242) 817-8875 or (242) 458-8156 to place orders.

Marsh Harbour: Nana’s Kitchen is open in the Ronnie Archer Building. Visit their Facebook page for full details and menus, or call (242) 559-8862 or (242) 810-0425 or (242) 810-6086.

Marsh Harbour: Nadia’s Daiquiri and BBQ Hut has reopened. Call (242) 815-7277 for further details.

Marsh HarbourNy’s Restaurant (Crockett Drive)

Marsh Harbour (Central Pines): Scrumdillyumptious Sweets s a custom cakery designing tailor made creations for every occasion including birthdays, weddings, anniversaries and special events. Call (242) 458-8141 for details.

Marsh Harbour: Shanny’s Bites and Treats is open to satisfy your sweet tooth. Call (242) 475-8684 for details.

Marsh Harbour (Murphy Town): Sheva’s Take-Away has reopened in their old location. Call (242) 458-8552 for menu and to order.

Marsh Harbour (Dundas Town) Siaha’s Jerk Pit serves lunch Friday and Saturday from noon-5pm. Call (242) 551-7095 or (242) 818-0391 for menu and to order.

Marsh Harbour:(Dundas Town) Siheen’s Daiquiri is located on Forest Drive in Dundas Town. Call (242) 475-4963

Marsh Harbour: (Murphy Town) Spicey’s Kitchen is open. Call 242-699-1185 for hours, menu and other details.

Marsh Harbour: Skyview Airport Restaurant and Bar at the Leonard Thompson Airport is open. Operating hours per flight schedule.

Marsh Harbour: Square One Deli is located inside the Rubis Gas Station, serving traditional Bahamian breakfast as well as burgers, wings, pizza, salads and sweets. Open 7am-6pm Monday through Saturday, and 7am-3pm on Sundays.

Hope Town:

The Abaco Inn is serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. See their Facebook Page for further updates or call (242) 816-1114 or their reservations line at (242) 802-5856.

Cap’n Jacks Wholesale Alcohol is open. Contact them at (242) 577-0319.

Firefly Sunset Resort offers curbside & dockside takeaway or dining at the newly reopened Outside Bar, or they’ll deliver to your door between noon and 3pm. Visit to order. Call (242) 225-8635 or email for more information.

Hope Town Inn & Marina – Restaurant is open daily 11am-6pm. See their Facebook page or call (242) 366-0003 for details.

Mackey’s Takeout is open Monday through Saturday, 7:30am-3pm and 6pm-9pm. Call (242) 810-0767 for details.

Nathilee’s Kitchen is located at the base of the Elbow Reef Lighthouse, serving burgers, snacks and more. Open Monday through Saturday 11am-5pm. Call (242) 458-6717.

On Da Beach Bar is open Monday through Saturday noon-9pm, Sundays 9am-9am. Kitchen open until 8pm. For takeout, text Hayden at (242) 824-4223.


The Thirsty Cuda floating bar is open at Tahiti Beach, weather permitting, Friday through Sunday from noon until…


Willie’s Kitchen & Bar is open, serving Caribbean cuisine, Chinese food and pizza. Call (242) 802-5754 or (242) 813-7490 for more info and to place orders.

Man-O-War Cay: Hibiscus Café – Open for lunch and dinner, Tuesday through Saturday. Reservations appreciated and hours may vary, so best to call (242) 825-8966 or WhatsApp (242) 577-8007 to confirm.

Man-O-War Cay: MOW Heritage Museum and Coffee Shop – open 7am-11am Tuesday through Friday, 8am-11am Saturdays.

Guana Cay: Grabbers Bed Bar & Grill is open seven days a week, 11:30am – 9:30pm. Call (242) 365-5133 for more information and to place orders.

Guana Cay: Harbourside Convenience store serves breakfast, lunch, hot coffee and drinks.

Guana Cay: Mama’s Take Away is now open for lunch and dinner

Guana Cay: Sparky’s is now open at the Bakers Bay dock for lunch, 7am to 3pm, Monday through Friday.

Treasure Cay: Cafe La Florence is open Monday through Saturday 7am-5pm. Call (242) 824-9393 or email

No Name Cay: Big O’s is open daily, 10am-8pm. Call them at (242) 577-9008. Need a ride to No Name Cay? Call Captain Ron at (242) 458-9639.

The Green Turtle Club has reopened for guests and diners (breakfast, lunch and dinner).Contact them at (443) 912-5839 or email

Green Turtle Cay: Harvey’s Island Grill is offering takeaway service. Check their Facebook page or call (242) 577-2616 for menu and information.

Green Turtle Cay: McIntosh’s Restaurant and Bakery is open seven days a week, serving breakfast and lunch from 8am-3pm and dinner 5-8pm. Call (242) 699-0381 for specials and to place orders.

Green Turtle Cay: Miss Emily’s Blue Bee Bar is now selling their world-famous Goombay Smash drinks by the half gallon and gallon.Call (242) 458-4032 to order for pickup or delivery.

Green Turtle Cay: Nick’s Cafe and Bakery is open on Parliament Street, west of Roberts Hardware. Serving breakfast and lunch to go, various baked goods and hot and cold coffee drinks.

Green Turtle Cay: Pineapples Bar & Grill is open daily from 11:30am for lunch, happy hour and dinner. Call (242) 821-8892 or check their Facebook page for latest information.

Green Turtle Cay: Plymouth Rock Liquors and Café is open 9am-4pm Monday through Saturday, serving breakfast and lunch.

Green Turtle Cay: Sundowners Bar & Grill – Open 7 days a week, from 5pm.

Green Turtle Cay: The Thirsty Turtle (aka Down Through) is open. Hours vary, so check their Facebook page

Green Turtle Cay: Topsy’s Takeaway – call (242) 475-2543 for menu and details.

Green Turtle Cay: The Tranquil Turtle Beach Bar and Restaurant at Bluff House is open. Serving lunch from 11:30am until 3:30pm and dinner from 5:30pm until 8:30pm.

Green Turtle Cay: Turtle Crawl Café – Open for ice cream and snacks – hours vary so check Facebook page for latest information

Green Turtle Cay: Two Shortys is open for lunch Monday through Saturday 11am-3pm, and some Friday nights. Call (242) 808-4342 for more info.

Green Turtle Cay: The Wrecking Tree is operating out of the Levarity residence on York Street, preparing takeaway meals. They’re open Monday through Thursday, 11am-3pm, and Friday and Saturday 11am-3pm and 5pm-8:30pm. Call (242) 824-6378.

North Abaco (Fox Town) : Cindy’s Kitchen is open

North Abaco (Fox Town): Da Valley Restaurant is open

North Abaco (Fox Town): The Sweet Spot specializes in homemade cupcakes and cakes, cinnamon rolls and edible arrangements. Call (242) 806-1204.

North Abaco (Mount Hope): Highway Snacks & Bakery is open Monday through Saturday, 11am-8pm, serving snacks and dinners, and Sunday 2pm-6pm, serving pastries, ice cream, milk shakes and drinks.

North Abaco (Crown Haven): Top-A-Da Bay Cafe


South Abaco: Abaco : Big Bird Center – Abaco Big Bird Poultry Farm is back up and running, with chicken available at their shop, as well as at Maxwell’s and Abaco Groceries. They’ve also expanded to offer takeout food services, home-made ice cream, a fresh/produce market and locally made food products such as jams, jellies and honey. Ice and BTC Top Ups also available. Open Monday thru Saturday from 1pm to 6pm on South Great Abaco Highway. Check their Facebook page or call (242) 828-0215 for updates.

*Abaco Big Bird products are available in Nassau through Asa H. Pritchard (call 242-393-2437)

A Taste of Happiness homemade ice cream is available at Abaco Big Bird Center. Call (242) 828-0215 for more information.


 The Fish Delivery Guys (contact them via WhatsApp (242) 818 7858 for info or to place orders), or Pauline North at (242) 422-0550.

South Abaco: Abaco Neem has resumed production. Their products are available at Maxwell’s, Abaco Island Pharmacy and the Cherokee Gas Station retail shop, as well as online. For more information, visit their website or Facebook page or call (242) 367-4117.

South AbacoBP’s Big Bird Hot Sauce is available at Abaco Big Bird Center. Call (242) 828-0215 for details.

South Abaco: Driftwood Food Company, located on South Ernest Dean Highway, is a hydroponic farm selling fresh produce, free range eggs, guava products and native plants. Call (242) 557-1015 or email for updates and hours.

Marsh Harbour: Abaco Groceries is open Monday through Saturday, 7am-6pm. They recently launched A.G. Wine and Spirits, a liquor store supplied by Bristol. For more information, call (242) 577-2014 or email

Marsh Harbour: Aunt Dell’s Sugarloaf Bakery & Eats offers a variety of convenience items and snacks. Call (242) 458-3708 or Whatsapp (242) 475-3106. Located in the government subdivision — last corner on the left as you’re going over the hill headed north.

Marsh Harbour: Maxwell’s Supermarket is open Monday through Friday 8am-6pm, Saturdays 8am-5pm and Sundays 8am-3pm.
Maxwell’s Furniture Department is open Monday through Saturday 9am-5pm and closed on Sunday.
Maxwell’s Lumber & Building Materials is open Monday through Saturday 8am-5pm and is closed on Sunday. Email them at

Marsh Harbour: Quality Meats & Spices is located in the Central Plaza — the green, two-story building behind the old First Caribbean Bank. Call or text (242) 816-4551 for details.

Marsh Harbour (Central Pines): Scrumdillyumptious Sweets – Pastry Chef Corrinne Cornish tailor-makes creations for every occasion including birthdays, weddings, anniversaries and special events. Call (242) 458-8141 or email

Hope Town: Harbour View Grocery is open 3pm to 5pm

Hope Town: LVA Grocery is open 7am-9pm Monday through Saturday, and10am-2pm Sundays.

Hope Town: Debbie Patterson’s Back Creek Kitchen has papaya jam in stock. Call (242) 577 3148.

Hope Town: Sea Biscuit Bakery & Co offers a variety of sweet and savoury treats. Call or Whatsapp (242) 804-1517 or email

Hope Town: Tiffany’s Treats makes custom decorated cakes, pastries and savoury and spicy treats. Call or Whatsapp (242) 554-9830.

Hope Town: Vernon’s Bakery & Grocery – Fresh-baked bread and various groceries including milk and fresh produce. Hours are flexible. Call (242) 824-7739 or on VHF Ch 16.

Hope Town: Marilyn Prosa makes and sells hot pepper jelly, using locally grown finger and bird peppers. Call or WhatsApp (242) 475 3206 for details.

Lubbers Quarters: Lubbers Bakery makes and sells cakes, pies, bread, pepper jellies and conch fritter batter. Contact Nancy Cash at (242) 556-4750 or

Man-O-War Cay: Man-O-War Grocery – open Monday through Friday 8am-6pm and Saturday 8am-7pm. For more information, contact Haziel McDonald at (242) 577-6449

Guana Cay: Guana Grocery Store is open Monday – Saturday 8:30 am to 5:30 pm.

Green Turtle Cay: Curry’s Sunset Grocery is open Monday through Friday 8am-5pm, and Saturdays 8:00-5:30pm.

Green Turtle Cay: Island Greens fresh produce market (located just north of the Leeward Yacht Club) is open 9am to noon, Monday through Saturday. For more information, see their Facebook page, call (242) 577-1951 or email

Green Turtle Cay: Sawyer’s Sweet Treats makes a variety of breads, cakes, pastries and more. Contact Jessica at (242) 826-1085 or email

Green Turtle Cay: Sid’s Groceries is open, selling fresh produce, frozen meats, dairy items and various grocery items.

Fruity Freddie Farms sauces and jellies are available at Maxwell’s, Candies Snack Shop at the Marsh Harbour Airport, Pete’s Pub at Little Harbour, the Abaco Inn and Hope Town Inn & Marina on Elbow Cay, the Treasure Cay Mini Mart and the QVS Pharmacy in the Sea Grape Shopping Center in Nassau. Shipping to the U.S. and Canada is also available. For more information, email or call/WhatsApp: (242) 551-7411

North Abaco (Fox Town): The Sweet Spot specializes in homemade cupcakes and cakes, cinnamon rolls and edible arrangements. Call (242) 806-1204.

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