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Cherokee Sound

You can visit Cherokee Sound by boat or car. It is a quaint seaside community with sidewalk like streets and beautiful old clapboard homes. Tie the boat up at the public dock just past the gas station. There is a grocery store if you need anything, always call before you go to be sure they are open (242-366-2022). They have opened a Deli in the grocery store. Sometimes they have homemade goodies, like Jams, Jellies, Pies or Bread. They also sell T-Shirts and a few souvenirs, etc.

There are two churches you can attend in Cherokee Sound. The Ebenezer Methodist Church or The Assembly Of God. The Ebenezer Church is a beautiful old building that was build out of cut limestone rock and was beautifully restored by the community in recent years.

Don’t miss the Long Dock! It is the longest wooden dock in the Bahamas and so it is appropriately named. It has been lost in many hurricanes but the men in the community always pull together to rebuild it.

There is also a monument in memory of the fisherman that have been lost at sea. 

Point of Spit

The island directly across the bay in front of the Key Lime Beach House is Point of Spit. It is a great place to sit and relax, cook a hotdog or hamburger or even bbq chicken. A great picnic spot. In the summer time we often meet with neighbours there on a Friday night to grill and have a cocktail or two.

Viewing The Beautiful Abaco Parrot

The best time to look for the Abaco Parrot is early morning and late afternoon. Recently we have seen the Parrots in Casuarina Point. You can usually hear them squawking before you see them. The Abaco Parrot is very interesting. Here on the Bahamas National Trust website you will find details.


Marcus helping with Turtle Tagging

Da Bush n Da Beach Nature Tours


Visit the Blue Holes or Caves of Abaco with one of Abaco's own, Marcus Davis. 

Find the Abaco Parrot in its habitat. Marcus is a wealth of knowledge having grown up in Crossing Rocks, Abaco. He has a passion for his environment. He is the Deputy Park Warden for Bahamas National Trust in Abaco. He has a variety of half and full day trips he can offer and will customize the day to your interests. Call 

A day with Marcus will be a day will leave you with treasured memories.

Call - 242 825 3427 , or 242 829 3322

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Tour The Undiscovered Parts of Abaco

Great Abaco is the second largest island in The Bahamas, but most people who visit only get the chance to see a small part of it. Let me take you on a tour and show you the places that few tourists ever get to experience. View the elusive Bahama Parrot in it's native habitat, explore deserted beaches, discover ancient and mysterious blue holes hidden deep in the pine forest. At the end of the day you will have a camera full of pictures and unique stories to share.

1 242-477-5953


Abaco Treasures in Marsh Harbour has many Bahamian items, to include books, calandars, sail bags, jewelry and more. Located in the building behind A & A Seafood.

S|S in Marsh Harbour has all Bahamian made gifts and Androsia Fabrics. Located behind the Shell Gas Station. 

Hope Town Sail Bags - has a storefront in the Conch Inn Shoppes. Located in the same are as Snappas Restaurant.

Harbourside Grocery located at the entrance of Abaco Beach Hotel and Boat Harbour Marina. They have locally made items as well as a great convenience store with some bread basket items.