Activities- Yes, you can have it all!
FlyFishing, Deep Sea Fishing, Snorkeling, Diving, Exploring: Bird Watching, Nature Tours, Sightseeing, Shopping, etc.
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1 Fly Fishing: “The Bonefishing Capital of the World”, Andros has the most extensive area of sight fishing flats found anywhere on the planet. We are located at Stafford Creek on North Andros, there are miles and miles of waterways & ocean flats right nearby, from London Creek, to Mastic Bay, to Conch Sound. Go north to the world renowned Joulter Cays - the flats are endless, or head west to Red Bays. The West Side is a place uninhabited, unexplored, untouched - a “Liquid Safari” - you'd never know what you'll find, everything might just be BIGGER than you think. The west coast is one of the better destinations in the Bahamas for Tarpon (best during the warmer months) and Permits.
If you want to fish on you own, you can walk to the beach in front of the settlement, or nearby beach, you'll sure find tailing or mudding bonefish at the right tide. You can also explore Stafford Creek, don't let the name creek fools you, it's a vast river system of shallow water and deeper channels, even blueholes. What that translates to is skinny water: Bonefish; mangroves & channels: big Snappers, Jacks & Barracuda; blueholes & brackish water: Umm - Tarpon?!

Fishing guide, Shawn Riley and bonefish Fishing Guide: Book a fishing trip with the most knowledgeable guide on Andros - possibly the best fishing guide in the Bahamas! Fly fishing, spin casting, inshore and off shore. Bonefish, Tarpon, Permits, and so much more... He knows where they live.
Shawn Riley - mobile (whatsapp): (242) 471-6830
No one knows Andros like Shawn, even the National Geographic team came to Capt. Riley to guide their expeditions.

2 Fishing Stafford Creek Area: You don’t have to go far, Stafford Creek’s waters has lots to offer as well - Bring your light tackle, spin cast gear! Or try your hand at the Bahamian way of hand-lining. The very sporty Barracudas, Mutton Snappers, Cubera Snappers, Gray & Mangrove Snappers, and plenty of the tenacious Jacks of all kinds are willing and ready to play with you all day, and night! --- We strongly encourage practicing Catch & RELEASE!

The Bahamas fly-fishing guide -By Stephen Vletas, Kim Vletas

1 Reef and Deep Sea Fishing: Andros Barrier Reef is the Third Largest in the World and it’s just a couple miles off shore, at the edge of the "Tongue of the Ocean" (a deep ocean trench that begins about 70 feet deep and plunges to more than 6,000 feet.). You are only minutes from catching record-breaking prized game fish such as Marlin, Tuna, Wahoo, Kingfish, Mahi Mahi, Cubera, Red, Mutton & Yellow Tail Snappers, Groupers, Barracuda, many kinds of Jack, Trigger Fish, Sharks, and the list goes on.

4 Snorkeling & Scuba Diving: Whether diving or snorkeling, the average year-round 80°F temperature of the crystal clear, blue waters makes discovering the abundant marine wildlife surrounding Andros Island a magical treat you'll never forget. Divers will be astounded at the clarity of the water and the quality of the dive sites. Snorkellers can enjoy easily accessible, shallow-water coral gardens. From Dolphin to Sea Turtle, Spotted Eagle Ray, Sting Ray, Moray Eel, Lobster, Octopus, numerous kinds of tropical fish and Sharks. Coral, Conch, Starfish, there are simply too many to mention.

Natural walk, eco tour, bird watching, birding, hikes Bird Watching: Birding adventures on Andros, the largest and most biologically diverse island in the Bahamas. Dr. Joeseph Steensma, the leading experts of the birds of North Andros Island, offer bird-adventurers insights as to how to find those 'hard-to-get' species and how to get to the best hot-spots on the island. His book: A Guide to the Birds of North Andros Island, with remarkable detail (and a lot of humor) will give you the benefit of 25 years of research packed into a fun and easy-to-use book. Call Sheila (the owner) and ask if Birdman Joe (photo to the left) will be on the island ... Or book a bird watching, eco tour with Wavell Hanna - this young man got hawks eyes - mobile: (242) 471-9162

Natural walk, eco tour, bird watching, hikes Exploring: Andros Island is a naturalist’s wonderland thanks to numerous “blue holes”, pine forests, mangrove marsh, deserted beaches, coral out-croppings, fresh water reservoir. Home to more than 120 varieties of birds, both resident species and North American migratory birds. Some of our local residents include Ibis, Herons, Hummingbirds, Woodstars, Oriole. You'll often find water fowl wading along the shore, roosting in the mangroves or hiding amid the coppice. The exotic Spoonbills, Flamingos, and rare Bahamas Parrot can also be found. Known as the "Big Yard," the central portion of Northern Andros is largely a dense forest of mahogany and pine where more than 50 varieties of orchids bloom in every possible color. Visit nearby Forfar Field Station, an international research facility for studies in tropical ecology and marine biology sometimes they offers inland nature hikes and offshore expeditions. Explore the island’s flora, fauna and medicinal plants.

Andros straw craft Sightseeing & Shopping: Andros’ signature straw craft makes ideal take home mementos. These can be purchased in most settlements, particularly in Red Bays and the Fresh Creek area. Red Bays is also noted for wood carvings and its sponging operations. The famous batik fabric and garment manufacturing factory, Androsia, is located next to Lighthouse Club in Fresh Creek, where you can purchase brightly colored authentic Bahamian hand-dyed printed fabrics and clothing, inspired by the island environment and Bahamian culture. The proud staff enjoys giving tours of the factory to visitors.
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Texas Sporting Journal - Fishing on the Edge at Andros Island - by Joe Richard
The turquoise waters of Andros Island hold the ultimate fishing adventure... We were staying with friends at Miss Sheila's motel and restaurant, called Love at First Sight – for good reason.... READ THE ARTICLE >

We are not a fishing lodge nor do we offer all inclusive diving packages, but we are flexible so you can create your own vacation package. Please let us know what your heart desired, we can arrange any half or full-day fishing trips with the BEST guides for you. Diving or snorkeling trips, nature hikes, eco-tours, bird watching, sightseeing or shopping excursions can also be arranged.


Events information from, visit the site for details -

Andros Nights - Year Round
This event is held every Friday night at Queen’s Park in Fresh Creek, Central Andros. Locals usually congregate there to dance and enjoy good ole Bahamian food prepared by ladies in the community.

Harvest Festival - Fri, January 29, 2016 - Sat, January 30, 2016
This two-day, family-oriented event draws patrons from both the domestic and international spectrum. The Harvest Fest is a grand celebration of the bountiful natural resources of Andros and its creative people. Its objectives are to expose visitors to the local Bahamian hospitality; create a temporary marketplace for fishermen and farmers at the height of the traditional fishing season, and beginning of the winter fruit and vegetable harvest season; promote the consumption of traditional Bahamian foods, beverages and confectioneries; showcase Androsia textile, arts and craft items; stage quality family activities and great entertainment, including beach activities and competitions for children, singing, music, dancing, a fashion show and Junkanoo performances.
Venue is the Lighthouse Club & Marina in Andros Town, Central Andros.

Junkanoo Celebrations: Andros - Sat, February 13, 2016
This community-based Junkanoo parade blends the traditional music and dance of Junkanoo with local variants, making for unique entertainment. Hundreds of residents and visitors alike gather for this annual reunion.
Venue is Nicholl’s Town, North Andros, beginning at 5:00 p.m.

Nicholl's Town Music Arts & Craft Festival - Sat, March 12, 2016
Every second Saturday in March, the artists of Andros and a few from Nassau come together to showcase exquisite Bahamian items made from wood, straw and shells. You can also enjoy local food and music. Venue is Seaview Park, located on the waterfront in Nicholl’s Town, North Andros.

Good Friday - Fri, March 25, 2016
This religious holiday marks the end of the Lenten season and is the first day of a long holiday weekend which includes the following Monday after Easter Sunday. On this holy day most Bahamians attend church services and serve fish as their main meal of the day.

Mastic Point Homecoming - Fri, March 25, 2016
This event symbolizes the uniting of the community and provides an opportunity for former residents to return home. Highlights will be cultural shows and live entertainment featuring local Rake and Scrape bands.
Venue is Mastic Point Park, North Andros, located five miles from the San Andros Airport.

Easter Monday - St. Stephen's Anglican Parish Bazaar - Sun, March 27, 2016
This holiday marks the beginning of the beach picnicking season for Bahamians. There are also many cookouts in public parks on the Nassau waterfront; homecomings and regattas are held in some Out Islands.
This annual event is sponsored by members of the church. Games will be available along with food and drinks on sale.
Venue is Queen's Park in Fresh Creek, Central Andros, 2½ miles from the Andros Town Airport.

Red Bays Snapper Tournament - Thu, May 12, 2016 - Sat, May 14, 2016
This tournament is held annually in the settlement of Red Bays. The person who catches the most fish will be declared the winner. Lots of home cooked dishes will be on sale, accompanied by live Rake and Scrape music and a DJ.
Venue is Red Bays, the only settlement on the western side of the island, approximately 14 miles from the San Andros Airport.

Mangrove Cay Homecoming & Regatta - Fri, May 13, 2016 - Mon, May 16, 2016
This event is held every year on Mother’s Day. Highlights are the Class 'C' sprig sailing races and a church service. Venue is the town of Dorsette in Mangrove Cay, separated from North Andros by straits known as North and Middle Bight.

Sailing Regatta All Andros Crab Fest - Thu, June 9, 2016 - Sat, June 11, 2016
This annual event, held the second weekend in June, celebrates the crab-catching ways of Andros island, which is referred to as "The Land of Crabs." Highlights include land crabs cooked in 101 ways, a crab cultural show, releasing of the crabs, a crab culinary contest, crabs of Andros life cycle display, and Rake & Scrape Music.
Venue is Queen's Park in Fresh Creek, Central Andros, which is 2½ miles from the Andros Town Airport.

Sailing Regatta All Andros & Berry Islands Regatta - Wed, July 6, 2016 - Sat, July 9, 2016
Traditional Bahamian wooden sloops are featured at this event, and the highlight will be the Class A, B & C boat race.
Venue is the Regatta Village in Morgan’s Bluff, North Andros, which is 20 miles from the San Andros Airport. Admission fee is $5.00 for Adults.

Bahamas Independence Celebrations: Andros - Sat, July 9, 2016
This event commemorates The Bahamas’ independence from Great Britain on July 10, 1973. A highlight is the flag-raising ceremony. Venue is Queen's Park in Fresh Creek, Central Andros.

Cargill Creek Homecoming Festival - Fri, July 29, 2016 - Sun, July 31, 2016
Highlights will be good food and drink for sale and fellowship among residents and visiting descendants.
Venue is the bay front in Cargill Creek, Central Andros.

Emancipation Day aka "August Monday" - Mon, August 1, 2016
This holiday celebrates the emancipation of slaves in the British colonies in 1834. It is celebrated with a Junkanoo Rush-out, a day of beaching, sailing, and regattas in most islands. On New Providence, old slave villages such as Gambier in the west and Fox Hill in the east have their own special celebrations.

Coppice Festival - Thu, October 6, 2016 - Sat, October 8, 2016
The venue for this Street Festival is Nicholl's Town, North Andros.

National Heroes Day - Mon, October 10, 2016
The second Monday in October, formerly known as "Discovery Day" or "Columbus Day," is now dedicated to honoring Bahamian national heroes. Many people enjoy the day with family gatherings and beach picnics.