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It was impossible to get into this site for us. We found it but you should literally be wearing long pants and closed toe shoes to get to it - and then you'd be roasting hot! Not sure it's worth trying. I have a feeling...More
We eventually found the ruins on Little Exuma a short drive beyond Santanna's bar and grill. From Georgetown keep driving south until you pass Santanna's (30 mins) and look out for the Blue Bahamas Heritage sign. If you're driving south, you should turn off to...More
I remember visiting the island as a child and coming to see the plantation ruins. This is such an amazing part of history to not make the trip to the tip of Exuma to witness. I can't remember if this is on Little Exuma or...More
I basically drove with my family all over Exuma, and one day we drove as far south as we possibly could. On the way back we stopped here at the Bowe Family Plantation. It was easy to spot, I believe there was a Historical Marker...More
This was much more interesting than we expected. The old house were in ruins but you could walk through and explore; there was so much stuff that I could have taken home. The place has been left to the goats but it was fantastic to...More
this former cotton plantation lies in ruins, though in its remains, one can achieve a clear picture of the structural arrangement of the house, including the kitchen and the slave quarters. Interesting visit!