At 2,300 square miles, Andros is the largest island of The Bahamas and the
fifth-largest island in the Caribbean. Andros’ waters are well known to scuba divers and snorkelers, thanks to the
third-longest barrier reef in the world. The island currently stands as the
bonefishing capital of the world. Freshwater on Andros is filtered through an
expanse of porous limestone. Blueholes, both saltwater
and freshwater, reveal vast networks and complex webs of
tunnels connecting land and sea.