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Kamalame Cay

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Located off the northeast coast of Andros, and accessible only by private ferry or seaplane, the secluded family-owned Bahamian island of Kamalame Cay caters to a comfortable group of guests at any given time. Idyllic and isolated, this oasis of breathtaking natural beauty wraps ocean adventure and island romance in the luxury of a private island experience.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.Kamalame Cay is an idyllic escape for those whose idea of paradise is a tropical hideaway where a sarong is all that’s required to be ‘dressed’ for dinner.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.Traced by white sand pathways, the island’s beautifully landscaped jungle of sea grapes, palms and coco plums is banked by pristine mangrove fields and a pristine coast scattered with conch shells and starfish; the wide variety of birdlife ranges from sandpipers, herons and cranes to finches, pink ibis and pelicans.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.With myriad diversions – from spa programs to world-class diving, snorkelling, fishing and sporting excursions – Kamalame takes pleasure in tailoring every guest’s experience to individual tastes.
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Nassau Intl Airport48 km
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Reviewed 2 July 2018

We absolutely loved our stay in April 2017! Chartered a small plane from Marathon, FL and brought our older dog along. The staff couldn't have been nicer. Went with the all inclusive and would definitely recommend! The food and drink was spectaular. Our dog loved...More

5  Thank miki711
Reviewed 24 June 2018

If you want Ritz Carlton with 5 star service, don't come here.... If you want to disappear into a time forgot, this is the place to come! Michael, David and the staff are like family. I have now been there 3 times and I just...More

5  Thank vwtalbert
Reviewed 14 June 2018

To David & Michael and the Kamalame Cay Staff, This is how you’re supposed to vacation. Quite honestly, you feel as if your home the place is that relaxed. Once we arrived on the ferry over to Kamalame, Colette greeted us and gave us a...More

4  Thank Nicholas J
Reviewed 14 May 2018

The grounds of Kamalame are immaculate and as soon as you arrive you feel as though you've arrived in paradise. Following your arrival though, the recent change of ownership from Father to Son becomes apparent through the inconsistent service, food, and beverage as well as...More

11  Thank AxisRedTX
Reviewed 10 May 2018

My husband and I visited for a week in May 2018, and loved every minute at this resort. If you are looking for glitz and glamour and swim up bars, go elsewhere. The rooms are not opulent, but they are extremely comfortable have a understated...More

2  Thank Sylvia C
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No i don't believe surfing would be an option. However the surf is perfect for snorkeling and wave boards!!
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"Coming from the States, fly to Ft Lauderdale and take the Tropic Air float plane directly to the island"
24 Jun 2018
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"Guest of House plan is the way to go"
14 Jun 2018
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"Can’t go wrong. All great"
10 May 2018
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"We loved the very remote beach bungalows"
6 May 2018
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