Far away from mega-resorts and swimming pigs, Bonefish Cay is in a part of the Bahamas that is only known to a few avid fishermen and nature lovers. Set within hundreds of square miles of salt water estuaries that divide central Andros up in to a myriad of islands, the area is dotted with unexplored blue holes, virgin fishing grounds, flocks of wild flamingos and a few friendly villages. From Bonefish Cay, venture into your backyard to access prime bonefishing grounds, or take a short boat ride to the drop off of the Tongue of the Ocean for access to world-class deep sea fishing. This is a modern day outdoor adventurer's paradise. Less than 200 miles from Miami with easy access by boat, seaplane, or via the international airport at Mangrove Cay, this is one of the closest and most develop-able private islands left for sale in the Bahamas.