One of The Bahamas’ leading luxury resorts is open again, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The private-island Fowl Cay resort, which is owned by Sandals Resorts International, officially reopened its doors this week.
The resort, set on a 50-acre island in the heart of the Exuma archipelago in The Bahamas, is one of the region’s premier all-inclusive hotels, with amenities that include the use of your own boat during your stay.
It’s a mix of six villas, ranging from one to three bedrooms, all with fully-equipped, pre-stocked kitchens.
“”Our Fowl Cay private island in Exuma is one of my absolute favorite places,” said Adam Stewart, Deputy Chairman of Sandals Resorts International. “It’s a place with some of the best fishing, snorkeling and exploring I have ever experienced.”
The Bahamas is in the midst of a phased reopening plan that will ramp up in October; all visitors need to stay for a minimum of 14 days at their resorts or vacation rentals. (See here for The Bahamas’ current travel protocols)
Travelers are placing a premium on social distancing — and on longer-term stays, making the property a natural fit for The Bahamas’ current travel protocols.
“With privacy now on many people’s minds, our entire villa collection has increased in popularity more so than ever before,” Stewart told Caribbean Journal. “Privacy is a luxury these days and this absolute gem continues to enchant visitors with its magnificent seclusion. Our Fowl Cay team is so happy to be back welcoming our treasured guests and doing what they love – sharing their slice of paradise with the world.”
A number of carriers are now offering private and charter flights to The Bahamas, including Tropic Ocean Airways and its seaplane fleet.
It should be noted that Fowl Cay also offers buyouts.
For more, visit Fowl Cay.