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Moriah Harbour

This national park, covering 13,440 acres, lies between Great and Little Exuma. Its a perfect place to explore on the water by boat, paddle board, or kayak. The marine environs encompass pristine beaches, sand dunes, mangrove creeks, and sea-grass beds. The videos below show the ecosystems to explore in and around Moriah Harbour. 

Boating in Moriah Harbour

On of the best aspects of staying at Landfall is the access to the protected waters behind Man O War, Moriah, Stocking Islands. This allows for about 12 miles of protected water to boat and explore. Water has beautiful blue hues due to the shallow depth. You need to be careful in spots like Haulover Bay which is named because at low tide you might have to get out and "Haul over" your boat.

Lazy River Beach - Moriah Cay

Although a little more difficult to reach, this is simply one of the most beautiful places to visit in Exuma. Due to the shallow approach its best to wait until 2 hrs prior to high tide and stay for about only about 4 hours. Even then you have to anchor about 100 meters out where the channel ends and wade to the beach. Trust us, its worth the effort. Amazing water colors and access to both the Atlantic (windward) side and the leeward side make for an amazing adventure.

Kite Surfer Beach - Moriah Cay

A beautiful and easy to reach spot only 3 minute boat ride from our dock in Moriah Harbour. With deeper water right up to the beach; its a simple approach and anchorage close to the sand. Once there its a great place to walk the long beach, paddleboard, and of course windsurf. Barrier sandbars limit the wave size but allow the kite surfers to take full advantage of the wind for high speed tricks.

Two minute boat ride to gorgeous deserted island beaches.

Man O War Cay

Moriah Cay

Take a 10 min car ride to World Famous Tropic of Cancer Beach

Bonefishing 15 min boat trip from the house. Get picked up at our dock by Reno!

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