The SpaceMangrove Cay Sea View Villas are nestled in the settlement of Lisbon Creek on the island of Mangrove Cay, Andros in the Bahamas. This island is known as one of the untouched beauties of the Bahamas and the resort is set upon a hill overlooking one of the bone-fish flats.
Our guests are able to bask in the serene views of the sea and experience the breathtaking sea breeze on their face while sitting on the porch or relaxing in any part of these Villas with the windows and doors opened to allow the purest sea-breeze to flow through.
The resort consist of two villas. The blue villa has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and laundry facilities while the orange villa has two bedrooms and one bathroom. Both villas have fully equipped kitchens, living room areas front and back porches and each can accommodate up to four (4) guests at a time. Guest AccessGuests can partake in the many activities like bone-fishing, bird watching, nature trail, beaching or just relaxing and experiencing the un-touch beauty of nature; note these activities will be accommodated at additional cost. Interaction with GuestsHi, my name is Robert. I can meet you in Nassau when you arrive at the Lynden Pindling International airport, take you on a tour of the capital of the Bahamas if you wish or have time to accommodate. I can also take you to the food store to pick up any items you may need to take into Mangrove Cay and upon your arrival into Mangrove Cay a taxi will be waiting to take you directly to the villa and transport you back to the airport upon your departure. The NeighborhoodMangrove Cay is one of the districts of the Bahamas, on Andros Island. Its capital is Moxey Town mostly known as Little Harbour in the north east corner of the island.
The islands population is approximately 1500. All housing on Mangrove Cay, Andros consists of small, single family homes, sometimes clustered in small groups on a single tract of land, and almost all buildings are made of cement block and/or local limestone, as wood is expensive to import and does not withstand hurricanes well. Government provided electric, telephone and rubbish disposal services are available to all homes on the island, with a major power generation plant on island. Municipal water is supplied to the island inhabitants and many parts of Andros enjoy an abundance of underground fresh water lenses. Natural gas is purchased by the tank, brought in weekly by mail boat from Nassau.
Mangrove Cay is known for the production of certain seasonal delicacies, fresh conch, land crab, and spiny lobster, in relative abundance, which are sold commercially in Nassau or to the representatives of Nassau food distributors, providing an important source of cash to many inhabitants. The only other current industry of note is tourism "the bone-fish capital of the world". The very low level of tourist traffic supports few restaurants and almost no shops aside from the necessary basic hardware and grocery stores. Getting AroundThere are no movie theaters, video rental stores, chain restaurants, major hotels, no public transportation or major car rental agencies on Mangrove Cay; but there are however smaller vacation rentals and car rental companies available, as well as a Bank of the Bahamas branch on Queen’s Highway / Mangrove Cay (Banking Hours: Mondays & Thursdays 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.). Other Things to NoteFlight information
Mangrove Cay Sea View Villas is located in Lisbon Creek on Mangrove Cay, Andros, The Bahamas. Visitors can get to the island via commercial service on Flamingo Air or LeAir from Nassau or by private charter service. The airport is called The Mangrove Cay Airport and the code is MYAB.
Flamingo Air and LeAir both have two flights daily from Nassau. One flight each in the morning around 7am and one flight each in the afternoon around 4pm. The roundtrip cost is $160 cash and $176 with a credit card. The flight time from Nassau to Mangrove Cay is 20 minutes and the baggage allowance is 44 lbs. per person.
Visa & Documents needed
A valid passport is required for all travelers, including children and must be valid for six months beyond the arrival date. All travelers must have return or continuing tickets to pass through customs. A visa is not required for Americans, Canadians or most European countries. Residents of other countries should contact the Bahamian embassy in their country to double check that a visa is not required.
You will complete an immigration card upon arrival. It will be checked at your first point of entry and a copy will be given to you. Be careful not to lose this copy as it must be given to Immigration upon departure.