Explore nearby inhabited and uninhabited cays (pronounced "keys") by renting a boat and sightseeing on the Sea of Abaco, a long stretch of calm water running between the main island of Abaco and Green Turtle Cay and the other out islands. You can drop anchor at a sugary beach like No Name Cay, named one of the "100 Most Romantic Islands" by Islands Magazine, or visit secluded Manjack (Nunjack) Cay for a beach picnic where you'll most likely have the entire beach to yourself. If you like to dive or snorkel, you'll see abundant marine wildlife and colorful coral reefs not far from shore on the Great Abaco Barrier Reef. You can fish for bonefish on the flats or game fish on the Atlantic and pick up a lobster or two (in season) for dinner. Be sure to go island hopping and visit the picturesque villages that are short on crowds and big on charm with their pastel clapboard cottages, island restaurants, tropical bars and gift shops. Experience the beauty of Green Turtle Cay both on land and sea for the ultimate adventure.
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