The Exumas: Allen’s Cay

Allen's Cay is home to a colony of endangered Exuma Iguanas, the iguanas that inhabit the islands of the Exuma's are considered to be among the world's most endangered lizards. These iguana can grow to 24/lbs and live to 80 years of age.


For this stop all you'll need are grapes and a stick. Sounds like an unusual order, but the iguanas are so accustomed to tourists, as soon as they see someone approach; they come scurrying to the beach to be fed.


This is a great spot for exploring, snorkeling or just taking in the beautiful sunshine.  


Allen's Cay


To reserve your charter, please visit the Calendar / Rates page to check availability, then call us at (678) 794-1302 or Contact Us and one of the Crew will get back to you as soon as possible.

Dear David & Jackie,

We are writing to thank you for such an amazing vacation.  This trip was so much more than just a vacation; it was an adventure we’ll never forget.  Who knew that the Bahamas had so much to offer, from the swimming pigs in Big Major to the Iguanas at Allen’s cay and everything in between?  Conch diving, learning how to clean and prepare conch salad and conch chowder; everyday offered a new experience.  Our personal favorite was catching the 200lb marlin while simply trolling.  Being that this wasn’t a fishing charter, it was a very welcomed bonus.  We want to thank you for your hospitality, for making us feel like family and the gift of a new friendship.   We would definitely recommend Fat Bottom Girl Charters to anyone considering this type of vacation.   Save a spot for us next year!


Ryan and Mimi

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