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Kamalame Cay in North Andros, Bahamas

There exists a place in the Bahamas, away from the resort-lined beaches and popular spots, where an unadulterated and supremely private environment surrounds you completely - and that place is Kamalame Cay. Its very own private island of nearly 100 acres, this award-winning resort is full of bright tropical flowers, towering palms, and views of the cerulean blue ocean. An exclusive marina, luxury spa, and three miles of soft, white sand beaches are just the beginning of this ideal scene for your Caribbean getaway. Barefoot chic is the style of Kamalame Cay's 19 rooms and suites, each donning Bahamian- inspired décor and furnishings, full of art, books, and unique amenities. Depending on your accommodations, enjoy a kitchenette, wet bar, soaking tub, or covered veranda - plus of course, cool sea breezes and views of the island all around. Additionally, The Great House is a central gathering place where you can kick back, unwind on the garden terrace, share cocktails, and follow the path to the resort's heated freshwater pool.

When you are ready to refresh your body, mind, and spirit, look no further than The Spa at Kamalame Cay for a world of relaxation. Whether you choose a Coconut Body Polish, Hot Stone Massage, Seaweed Botanical Wrap, or Signature Facial, the experienced staff here will personalize your treatment to give you a spa experience unlike any other. Once you are in your relaxed state of bliss, head out to explore the incredible island and take advantage of the fantastic activities offered. Safari Seaplane trips take you to deserted beaches, fly over the Andros Island terrains, and even allow you to discover a secluded blue hole deep in the island's interior. Additional tour options include visits to Nassau, Red Bay, local farms and more. Scuba diving, snorkeling, and bonefishing - Kamalame is fortunate to be able to offer two distinct fisheries - are other highlights not to be missed. Find a distinctive vacation destination on your trip to the Caribbean, and let Kamalame Cay show you the best of the Bahamas.

Location of Kamalame Cay

Kamalame Cay
Staniard Creek
North Andros, Bahamas

Nearest Airport: ASD

Amenities for Kamalame Cay

  • General Information
  • 18 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Private Dining
  • Pool Bar
  • Bar
  • Picnics
  • Oceanfront Dining
  • Bar & Restaurant
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa on Property
  • Heated Pool
  • Garden
  • Terrace
  • Art Collection
  • Pier
  • Tennis Court
  • Marina
  • PADI Dive Center
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Private Verandas
  • Vaulted Ceilings
  • Kitchenettes
  • Activities
  • Excursions
  • Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Tennis
  • Windsurfing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Sunset Cruises
  • Ecological Excursions
  • Boat Excursions
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Cultural Tours
  • Bird Watching
  • Sightseeing
  • Nature Hikes
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Golf
  • Nightlife
  • Marina
  • Nature Reserve
  • Market
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Honeymoons & Romance
  • Spring Getaways

Reviews for Kamalame Cay

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

The view from the bungalows is breathtaking and amazing. Literally on the beach with gorgeous sea and breezes. Nice white crisp bedding and simple, comfortable, pretty furnishings in the room. Very small resort and very peaceful, not at all crowded. That was the best part. It is VERY private and very laid back and chill, which is really lovely. No high rises or crowds or tacky gift stores. Just a lovely calm paradise. I have never slept right on the beach like that. So amazing. I liked the lack of TVs and the lack of Wifi. Massages were excellent. BUT... Bathroom- run down and scruffy with stained wood vanity. Horrible water pressure. They would only refill toiletries if asked many times. Minibar: Generous and nice. Yummy cookies in afternoon. Breakfast basket also generous though they kept failing to cancel when asked but then on other days it wouldn't show up. Outdoor shower was a nice idea but sorta weird to have to go through the main room to get to the shower...Leaves a lot of sand around. Service: This was the worst part of the resort. Some of the staff were just unfriendly. The owner didn't seem to be around much so maybe they slacked off? The services was super slow but I wouldnt have minded (no rush!) if they had been cheery. We had to drag our own heavy deck chairs out to the beach, with various male staffers just watching us. There was self-service bar, thank god. We would have to call several times when there was a problem (broken oars, broken cart, lack of shampoo, not enough drinking water) and even then the problems usually weren't solved. Very little service while on the beach, too. Food: Apps were delicious in general and the salads were too. The main courses were ok but nothing exciting. Not as much seafood as i wouldve expected. Breakfast was great, though a bit repetitive. Wine was generally great. NO UMBRELLAS ON THE BEACH. None. Really quite amazing! There should be umbrellas on a blazing hot island! The scuba and snorkeling was a bust because the waters were rough. Not the resorts fault but still a bummer.

10225 - Washington

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

Our family did a weeks stay at the resort and the accommodations and grounds were splendid, especially considering they went through the heart of hurricane Matthew the previous year. We had come to do some fishing and get some rest and relaxation in. The weather was windy which curtails fishing except for bonefishing. Took a guide out one day and caught 2 bones, but was surprised to catch numerous good sized bones on my own fishing the creek. Food was either exceptional or lackluster, which is why only 4 stars. We did arrive for the monthly party, which is a don't miss affair, if you can schedule the right time. Horseflies were a major issue when we were there and made fishing painful unless fully covered. We had a great guide our last day and did extremely well fishing the reef, eating fresh grouper for dinner that night. Hospitality is nearly perfect, with everyone being warm and friendly. If you have never thought of coming before, put it on your bucket list.

Daniel T - Delray Beach, Florida

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

My husband and I did enjoy our stay very much, but you have to go with the flow. The resort has things to work through. Organizationally, they fall short. We were promised things that never happened. However, with the gorgeous water, white sandy beaches, and light and airy rooms... it is hard to not have a lovely time. Check for seasonal weather as well. We hoped to do more water sports, but because of the wind, this did not happen. May-June are supposed to be pretty unpredictable weather wise which we did not know when booking. Here is what you can enjoy and expect... decent food, great drinks (top shelf alcohol), being unplugged (no tv's, phones, and only wifi access in their main business-reception area), unwinding, and last but not least stunning coastline.

Dianne R

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Other than WOW! There is so much one can say about Kamalame Cay. Our bungalow was 100 meters from a private beach. The rooms have no television or radio I felt like Ian Flemming about to right the next Bond classic. It was so idyllic and beautiful to be able to totally disconnect. Great food and the most friendly staff I have ever met.

Allie D - Miami, Florida

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Can't say anything negative about this honey hole! I mean serious wedding perfection. Rooms are a A++++. The morning breakfast basket, the oceanfront view, paddleboarding, snorkeling, the pool tiki bar... just wow. Vacation of a lifetime. My entire family bonded during this 4 days in paradise. (Note bring your bugspay), :)

Eliseccu - Wilmington, North Carolina

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