The Berry Islands are located in the Northwest Bahamas between the Northwest Passage and the Tongue of the Ocean. Great Harbour Cay is one of the islands in this group, and is 7½ miles long and 1½ miles wide. It has rolling hills, caves, coves, and miles of beautiful white sand beaches beside turquoise water. Great Harbour Cay is joined to the old settlement of Bullocks Harbour via a causeway. The population is close to six hundred but is larger during the winter months.

Great Harbour Cay is known for it's superb fishing, and it is not unusual to hook a bonefish right off the beach. Internationally famous fishing guides are available for charter. The island also boasts a hurricane protected, deep water marina, a 9 hole golf course, restaurants, several grocery stores, jeep, boat and golf cart rentals, and a medical clinic. There are direct flights from South Florida airports, Nassau and Grand Bahama.

Visitors will find challenging dive spots, a nine-hole golf course, a choice of native and international cuisine, and lots of friendly people. Click here for more information about the Berry Islands, and here for many beautiful pictures of Great Harbour Cay.