Great Exuma

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A bit about Great Exuma

Part of an archipelago called The Exumas, Great Exuma's quintessential white sands and azure waters have caught the imaginations of the world's leading luxury resorts. The Exumas have collected some curious attractions, such as an island of swimming pigs, ancient stromatolite fossils on the sea floor and a 13,440 acre national park at Moria Harbour Cay. Uniqueness and charisma have crowned The Exumas, and Great Exuma in particular, as an escape for film stars and royalty.