The action-seeking can check
out the water sports -- snorkel or scuba dive pristine coral
reefs, sail and windsurf crystal clear turquoise waters or rent
a boat to explore deserted islands. Play tennis or a round of
golf on Treasure Cay's challenging 6,985 yard course. Or take
advantage of some of the world's best fishing by trolling for
a giant blue marlin or fighting a feisty bonefish on the flats.
For those that wish to relax, nothing beats Treasure Cay beach
with it's 3 1/2 miles of powdery white sand.
Go island hopping to surrounding
picturesque islands (there's even a new ferry that provides day
trips to Guana Cay) and experience colorful island history; Treasure
Cay is an ideal base for such an adventure.
From exquisite beaches to fine
dining and dancing to world-class fishing and cruising, or just
taking in the sights Treasure Cay truly is a special place.
Chances are you'll fall in love with all the treasures that make
Treasure Cay one of the Out Islands' most popular destinations.