FLIGHT DESTINATIONS

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Makers Air offers regularly scheduled flights to more Bahamas out island destinations than any other private airline. From hotel recommendations to local excursions, we’ve taken the liberty of putting all the travel information you need to start planning your Bahamas getaway today.

FLIGHT DESTINATIONS
SAN ANDROS, BAHAMAS CHARTER SCOTLAND CAY CHARTER MARSH HARBOUR GREAT HARBOUR CAY CHUB CAY FRESH CREEK CONGO TOWN ROCK SOUND CAT ISLAND STANIEL CAY CHARTER GOVERNS HARBOUR CHARTER NORTH ELEUTHERA CHARTER SOUTH BIMINI CHARTER STELLA MARIS CHARTER DEADMANS CAY CHARTER GEORGE TOWN CHARTER FREEPORT

SAN ANDROS, BAHAMAS

Dubbed the “Big Yard,” Andros is different from your typical Bahamian island. While other islands are surrounded by water, this one merges with it.  The ocean water passes through and under its 2,300 square miles of palm savannas, mangroves, and eerie pine forests teeming with exotic wildlife and—as legend has it—an evil man-bird named chickcharnie!

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CHARTER SCOTLAND CAY

With 700 charming subtropical islands and over 2000 cays, the Bahamas is home to some of the most gorgeous beaches in the world. One of the most popular spots is Scotland Cay.  This small island is part of the Great Abaco Islands. The Abaco islands are elevated and protected by the third-largest barrier reef in the world, giving them conducive weather for vacationing all year long.

The entire island is a privately owned and has great views of the extensive turquoise waters and white sandy beaches. No cars are allowed on the island, making it less congested and serene. You’ll have to use a boat or golf carts to get around.

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CHARTER MARSH HARBOUR

Marsh Harbour is a great central point for exploring the natural attractions of Little Abaco and Great Abaco.

A fully tarred and graded highway links the colorfully named settlements including Mango Hill, Snake Cay, Cherokee Sound, Fire Road, Red Bays, and our all-time favorite, Hole in the Wall.

And while you can use Marsh Harbour as a mere stop point for exploring other parts of the Bahamas, this little town has much more to offer than what meets the eye.

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GREAT HARBOUR CAY

The Berry Islands in the Bahamas is one of the most exotic holiday destinations in the Caribbean. Great Harbour Cay is the largest island that constitutes the Berry Islands, making it the most popular. This island is full of scenic landscapes and tropical attractions that’ll make every bit of your stay worthwhile.

At Makers Air, we ensure you don’t miss out on this little piece of Caribbean magic by offering scheduled weekly flights to the Great Harbour Cay.

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CHUB CAY

The Berry Islands:  Immaculate in beauty and stumbled upon by a lucky few, the Berry Islands are a cluster of more than 24 small islands and a thin crescent of almost a hundred small cays stretching to the North of Nassau and Andros.

Sitting 35 miles north of Nassau is Chub Cay, the southernmost Berry island. If you’re looking forward to a fishing expedition, this is the place to be.

But Chub Cay has much more to offer than just fishing. Even better, you can get there conveniently and in style with Makers Air.

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FRESH CREEK

Dubbed the “Big Yard,” Andros is different from your typical Bahamian island. While other islands are surrounded by water, this one merges with it.

The ocean water passes through and under its 2,300 square miles of palm savannas, mangroves, and eerie pine forests teeming with exotic wildlife and—as legend has it—an evil man-bird named chickcharnie!

Makers Air provides daily flights to San Andros, Fresh Creek, and Congo Town, and we can help you explore Bahamas’ largest (and Caribbean’s sixth largest) island in style and convenience.

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CONGO TOWN

Dubbed the “Big Yard,” Andros is different from your typical Bahamian island. While other islands are surrounded by water, this one merges with it.

The ocean water passes through and under its 2,300 square miles of palm savannas, mangroves, and eerie pine forests teeming with exotic wildlife and—as legend has it—an evil man-bird named chickcharnie!

Makers Air provides daily flights to Congo Town, San Andros, and Fresh Creek. We can help you explore the Bahamas’ largest (and Caribbean’s sixth largest) island in style and convenience.

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ROCK SOUND

When we think of rocky bluffs, modern resorts, massive coral reefs, and low-lying wetlands in the Bahamas, only Eleuthera Island crosses our minds. The 2-mile-wide island is not only known to have some of the world’s best dive sites, but it also offers the authentic tropical feel of the Bahamas.

Interesting History and Culture:  Before you book your flight, here are some interesting historical and cultural facts about this gorgeous place:

  • It was the first permanent settlement in the Bahamas, thanks to the Eleutheran Adventurers from Bermuda who discovered it while on their pursuit for religious freedom.
  • Most residents have a West African origin. Their ancestors were brought in to work  in American cotton plantations.
  • Junkanoo is one of the most popular cultural festivals attracting thousands of people dressed in colorful costumes and dancing in the street to traditional Bahamian music.

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CAT ISLAND

The Natural Beauty of New Bight, Cat Island

From the breathtaking New Bight Beach to the gorgeous Mount Alvernia, Cat Island has a lot of natural attractions for you to enjoy. Everything on this island has an authentic feel to it.

Makers Air provides flights from Fort Lauderdalei to Cat Island several times a week to make your Bahamas vacations seamless.

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STANIEL CAY

If you’ve always fancied having a whole beach to yourself, that dream can come true at Staniel Cay. There are numerous uninhabited islands around the Cay and one of them could be yours for a day.

And on the rare occasion that another visitor disrupts your peace and tranquility, you can always go sail on to the next island. There’s a pretty good chance that it’ll be equally pristine and beautiful.

Makers Air provides daily directs flights to Staniel Cay and other locations in the Bahamas to make your trips quick and stress-free.

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CHARTER GOVERNS HARBOUR

Eleuthera is ranked and reviewed as “Sexiest Beach Escapes” by Bing Travel, high on the list of “25 Sexiest Beaches in the World” by ForbesTraveler, and awarded the “Best Secret Island On Earth” by Travel and Leisure. Eleuthera is known for its magnificent beaches and its laid back Bahama charm. Shock clear turquoise and blue colored waters ring this 100 mile narrow strip of land providing a number of tropical vacation activities. Diving, snorkeling, swimming, fishing, and boating are merely the beginning of a great island adventure. Of course, kicking back is never out of season!

Eleuthera Bahamas is a long, slender island possessing the best of two ocean worlds; a tranquil Caribbean Sea shore known as the Exuma Sound and a pulsating Atlantic Ocean shore, world famous for its surfing and “Surfers Beach.” The island has a variety of magnificent shoreline views ranging from soft pink sand beaches to beautiful ascending cliff vistas. This slice of heaven is only a few miles wide on average, making it a snap to discover a nearby beach that satisfies your desires. Mile upon mile of splendid and peaceful beachfront is visited more by the sun and surf than by human beings.

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CHARTER NORTH ELEUTHERA

Eleuthera is ranked and reviewed as “Sexiest Beach Escapes” by Bing Travel, high on the list of “25 Sexiest Beaches in the World” by ForbesTraveler, and awarded the “Best Secret Island On Earth” by Travel and Leisure. Eleuthera is known for its magnificent beaches and its laid back Bahama charm. Shock clear turquoise and blue colored waters ring this 100 mile narrow strip of land providing a number of tropical vacation activities. Diving, snorkeling, swimming, fishing, and boating are merely the beginning of a great island adventure. Of course, kicking back is never out of season!

Eleuthera Bahamas is a long, slender island possessing the best of two ocean worlds; a tranquil Caribbean Sea shore known as the Exuma Sound and a pulsating Atlantic Ocean shore, world famous for its surfing and “Surfers Beach.” The island has a variety of magnificent shoreline views ranging from soft pink sand beaches to beautiful ascending cliff vistas. This slice of heaven is only a few miles wide on average, making it a snap to discover a nearby beach that satisfies your desires. Mile upon mile of splendid and peaceful beachfront is visited more by the sun and surf than by human beings.

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CHARTER SOUTH BIMINI

Bimini is only 50 miles from Miami, yet a world away from the everyday. Preserved culture, historical landmarks, and natural wonders adorn this westernmost island of the Bahamas, beckoning travelers from around the world to explore. As the closest Caribbean island to the U.S. coast, Bimini is an easy private island escape. Discover stunning turquoise waters and miles of white-sand beaches. Dive in to explore a world of sunken ships, mystical landmarks, and some of the most diverse marine life in the world. Stroll through the streets of Bimini’s quaint towns and discover the friendly faces of locals eager to share stories of the history of their beloved island.

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CHARTER STELLA MARIS

If you’re looking for a truly under-the-radar destination where you truly can get away from it all—and enjoy some of the world’s best beaches in the process—you can find it on Long Island.

Long Island is a stark contrast to the main tourist destinations—like Nassau and Paradise Island—giving you the chance to see the Bahamas in a more raw, unadulterated form. It has beautiful oceans, sandy beaches, and plenty of activities that can take you out on the water and through the caves, cliffs, and beautiful landmarks on the island.

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CHARTER DEADMANS CAY

If you’re looking for a truly under-the-radar destination where you truly can get away from it all—and enjoy some of the world’s best beaches in the process—you can find it on Long Island.

Long Island is a stark contrast to the main tourist destinations—like Nassau and Paradise Island—giving you the chance to see the Bahamas in a more raw, unadulterated form. It has beautiful oceans, sandy beaches, and plenty of activities that can take you out on the water and through the caves, cliffs, and beautiful landmarks on the island.

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CHARTER GEORGE TOWN

The capital of the Exumas is Georgetown. It is located on Great Exuma Island. The Exumas are a chain of islands that stretch to about 100 miles long. The Tropic of Cancer runs directly through Georgetown and approximately 900 people live in this seaport, a favorite spot for yachters. There are two major yachting events: the Annual Family Island Regatta in Elizabeth Town and the Annual Georgetown Sailing Regatta held every March.

Georgetown has a colorful history and its pink and white Government Building, which is said to have been inspired by the architecture of the Government House in Nassau, grabs the attention of tourists. It has an intriguing past. Pirates used Georgetown’s deep water harbor during the 17th century and the “plantation aristocracy” from Virginia and North and South Carolina settled here in the 18th century.

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CHARTER FREEPORT

Grand Bahama is a tropical destination of which dreams are made. Sun, surf, sand, beach life, high end resorts, tropical drinks, a history of pirates and rum runners, a culture based on both Lucayan Indians, African slaves and British Loyalists and a vast expanse of nature excursions on land and sea are part of the adventure. Freeport is the largest and has most of the top things to do in Freeport Bahamas; then to the west is Bain Town and West End, the capital of Grand Bahama. To the east is High Rock and East End Lodge, the furthest point east by road. The main thoroughfare is Queens Highway to the west and Grand Bahama Highway to the east.

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