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The Exumas HD Video by "RealBahamas"
Apr 15, 2009 - 4:12:38 PM

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Watch this high-definition video and explore the Exumas in the Out Islands of the Bahamas. From the luxurious and swanky to exotic and funky, the Exumas epitomizes the wide range of Out Island vacation experiences. Your hosts, Kevin and Jennifer get off the beaten path and get up close and personal with nature. From swimming with the sharks at Compass Cay, to visiting the Iguanas on Pretty Bitter Guana Cay and feeding the the swimming pigs at Big Major Cay, Kevin and Jennifer experience it all for the first time.

In the Exuma Cays, this video takes you snorkeling in beautiful blue holes and underwater caves, like Thunderball Grotto, which is teeming with fish and other sea life. In Georgetown, the capital of The Exumas, located on the island of Great Exuma, your hosts venture outside their wonderfully luxurious resort and find the local straw market to shop for a memento of their real Bahamas vacation. After spending the day playing volleyball on the white sand beach of Stocking Island and soaking up the local culture and flavor at the famous Chat-n-Chill, Kevin & Jennifer find themselves fitting right in with the laid back island life that The Exumas offers.

What this video of the Exumas really reveals is that The Exumas is all about forgetting your troubles and busy life back home and playing like a kid on an incredible playground of white sand, teal blue water and 360 cays full of life, nature and wonderful Bahamian people.


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