Things To Do in Green Turtle Cay

There are many things to do in Green Turtle Cay, swimming in the ocean, snorkeling the reefs, SCUBA diving with Brendal’s Dive Shop, hiring a local guide for fishing and island hopping, and just relaxing.

Green Turtle Club and Bluff House:  Located farther north, but offering even more things to do in Green Turtle Cay, are the cay’s two resorts, Green Turtle Club and Bluff House. They both offer dining on White Sound. If you are planning a wedding or other event, they are perfect locations for your guests. Both offer live music once a week. Contact them directly to learn the current schedule. Green Turtle Club now offers vegetarian specialties on its menus.

Visit New Plymouth:  The village of New Plymouth was originally settled in 1786 by Loyalists to the British Crown seeking a new place to live after the United States’ Revolutionary War. This historic town is located on the southern end of Green Turtle Cay. Golf carts are the way most people get around the island and visitors usually rent at least one (which holds four people).

In New Plymouth you will find homes dating back to 1800. Pick up a copy of the Architectural Walking Tour booklet for a wonderful self-guided tour of Historic New Plymouth. Don’t miss the Albert Lowe Museum, Vert’s Model Ship shop, and the Memorial Sculpture Garden.

New Plymouth is also where you will find small grocery stores, several restaurants and bars as well as the Cay’s liquor store.

Boating:  Having some of the clearest, prettiest water you will ever see makes boating in the Abacos a fantastic experience. If you don’t bring your own boat, a variety of rental boats are available.

If you want to rent a boat, you can contact:
  • Reef Rentals | 242-365-4145
  • Sunset Marine and Boat Rentals | 242-365-4634 or [email protected]
  • Donnies | 242-365-4119

Scuba Diving near Green Turtle Cay:  The Waters off of Green Turtle Cay are some of the prettiest you will ever see. The Cay has an array of reefs that run parallel to the entire length of the island. In many places there are inner, middle and outer reefs, all within a mile of the house. You can rent a boat and go diving on your own, or if you prefer a guide for snorkeling or scuba diving, you can contact Green Turtle Cay’s renowned dive master, Brendal Stevens. Brendal also rents kayaks, paddle boards, and bicycles.

You can check out his website at 

Fishing near Green Turtle Cay:  Imagine a place where you can cast your line in the surf, go out to the flats, fish the reefs, or go deep-sea fishing. Could anything be better? We have some of the finest fishing you will find anywhere in the Bahamas, including world class bonefishing. You can try your luck on your own or you can arrange to have one of the Cay’s finest guides take you out for a day.

  • Eddie Boddie | 242-365-4069 | ocean and reef fishing
  • Rick Sawyer | 242-365-4261 | | bonefishing, ocean and reef fishing
  • Ronnie Sawyer | 242-365-4070 | bonefishing
  • Jeff Survance | 242-365-4040 | bonefishing
  • Lincoln Jones | 242-365-4223 | reef fishing, snorkeling and picnic adventures to other islands for the entire family