Explore Exuma By Land

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Even though we’re the largest island in the Exumas, with just one main road over 27 square miles it’s very easy to discover our untouched beauty by land. Whether you travel on-road by car to our white-sand beaches or explore our island’s bushland and sites by ATV, you will want to see it all again and again.

Nothing Is Too Far

Big things come in small packages and that saying was never truer than here in Great Exuma. We’re just 37 stunning miles long and ready to be explored.

ATV Tour

Experience Exuma in this unique and thrilling 3-hour ATV tour throughout the island. The tour starts at our resort and ends at our resort. Contact the concierge today and reserve your spot. Exclusive pricing for groups of 4 or more available.

Tour Itinerary

Morning Tour: 9am to 12pm
Afternoon Tour: 1pm to 4pm
  • Garden Road Off Road Trail
  • Pompey Steventon
  • The Cave at Exuma Point in Rolleville
  • The Flats and Sandbar
  • Rolleville Community
  • Lighthouse Trail Road
  • Coconut Plum Beach

Coco Plum Beach

Coco Plum Beach, named a top shelling destination by USA Today, is less than a six miles drive north from Grand Isle. Or drive south to Little Exuma with stops along the way at the Straw Market and more. Go where the day takes you or let us help you create a personalized excursion.

Beautiful Beach-Combing

Beautiful Beach-Combing

Whether you’re in search of bathing beauties (Sports Illustrated shot here recently) or sand dollars, Great Exuma’s beaches are breathtakingly beautiful. Just a short walk from Grand Isle Resort, the family-friendly Coco Plum Beach is a low-tide favorite for shelling.



Hollywood agrees: Exuma offers a beautiful backdrop for filming and first-class relaxation. On- and off-screen spots include Sandy Cay (seen in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest) and the dream homes of A-listers like Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, Chuck Norris and John Travolta.



Great Exuma’s fresh water ponds, tidal flats and the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park are prime spots for birdwatchers. Keep your eyes peeled for local feathered friends, including the Zenaida Dove, Bahama Woodstar and Greater Antillean Bullfinch.

Explore By Land

Reservations Required:
Excursions require reservations in advance. Please call the Concierge at 242.358.5000 or stop by the Front Desk.