Occupying an area of some 12 square miles of pristine, turquoise ocean, and just north of Nassau, Little Whale Cay is just one of 30 mesmerizing, Robinson Crusoe-type cays that make up the Berry Islands.
This private island has it all! Here are some of the features Little Whale Cay has to offer:
- Accommodation for up to 12 persons
- 2,230 ft plane runway
- Tennis court, swimming pool, gym
- 2 harbours, one of which has a seaplane ramp
- Marina with marina stores
- A village that includes staff accommodation, stores, workshops, and a schoolhouse
- An aircraft hangar and sea barn
- The island is self-sufficient, produces its own water, and is powered by generators.
Extending to over 40 acres, Little Whale Cay is completely private and consists of three sea-view homes, accommodating up to 12 persons. The island was initially developed in the 1940’s and, therefore has the potential to upgrade, replace, and add accommodations.
Perched on an elevated bluff, with a path winding down to the main beach below, Little Whale House serves as the main accommodation, and consists of two bedrooms. The ground floor comprises an open-plan sitting room with a bar, a living room, a dining room, a commercial kitchen, with adjoining chef’s accommodation, and a bedroom suite. The master bedroom can be found upstairs and includes a large study.
Peacock House can be found in the heart of the island, elevated perfectly to provide an ideal vantage point for savoring the breathtaking vistas that gaze out over the tranquil waters to the west. Peacock House consists of a double bedroom suite with a sitting room, kitchen, and outside terrace.
Flamingo House has four bedrooms, three of which have en suite bathrooms, an open plan sitting room, a kitchen, and an external terrace made for entertaining.
The island boasts an all-weather tennis court, infinity-edge swimming pool, gym, 2 private harbours, a 2,230 ft plane runway, and a water ramp- perfectly accessible for seaplanes!
For wildlife lovers, there is a small native flock of flamingos, peacocks, and Bahama ducks among 34 different species of birds.