Kamalame Cay is a 'barefoot chic' Caribbean retreat featuring 19 luxurious seaside rooms and suites in a range of charming, bougainvillea-draped cottages and bungalows, peak roof Balinese beach houses and classic Plantation style villas.
Furnished with art, books, antiques and a collection of South Asian and Bahamian decor, the Great House is a gathering place where guests enjoy cocktails and meals.
A white sand path off the garden terrace, leads to a heated, fresh water pool edged in towering Silver Palms as well as a Tiki Bar with open grill that regularly hosts torch-lit, Bahamian beachside banquets enlivened by local 'rake & scrape' bands.
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Kamalame Cay is a private island resort near Staniard Creek off the northeast coast of Andros Island in The Bahamas. The largest island of the Bahamas, and the fifth largest in the West Indies, Andros is actually composed of three islands: North Andros, Mangrove Cay and South Andros.
Home to the third-largest reef in the Western Hemisphere, which runs 140 miles off its shore, Andros is renowned for spectacular snorkelling, diving, fishing and untouched beaches, world-renowned bonefishing and relaxing atmosphere will enhance your experience.
With a population of just six thousand, it's the least densely populated of all the Bahamian islands. As quiet and unpretentious as its people, this peaceful island takes its name from the Ancient Greek word for "man" ('andras').