Green Turtle Cay 101

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Parliament Street, New Plymouth, Green Turtle Cay

If this blog has piqued your interest and you’d like to visit Green Turtle Cay, the following links provide everything you need to know to get here, stay here and have a wonderful holiday.

Got a question that’s not answered here? Contact me and I’ll do my best to help or direct you to someone who can.

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Albert Lowe Museum, Green Turtle Cay, Abaco, Bahamas

Tranquil, quaint and unspoiled, Green Turtle Cay is an ideal travel destination for singles, couples or families. Plus, it's less than an hour's flight from Florida!
What you need to know before you go


16 thoughts on “Green Turtle Cay 101

  1. Pingback: Green Turtle Cay 101: Playing Here (Part One) | Little House by the Ferry

  2. I love all of the things that you do to promote the island! My grandfather was born and raised on the Cay, and later moved to the states. Since has retired many years ago and moved back to Black Sound. I will be visiting there in about a week! Just wanted to let you know how much I appreciated the web site.

  3. Pingback: GTC 101: Playing Here (Part Two: Boating and Fishing) | Little House by the Ferry

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  6. I have had GTC on my bucket list for years and finally have a visit scheduled for the end of May. Your blog has been a joy to read and I appreciate the local info. I can’t wait to see how Fish Hooks is doing when I get there.

    • Hi, Greta. Thanks so much for your note. I’m so glad you’re finally getting to GTC. End of May is a great time to go — not yet too hot, but the windy season will have passed, and the ocean will likely be lovely and warm. Not sure if we’ll be in GTC at that time, but if you see the shutters open, stop by and say hello! And be sure to get in touch after your trip and let me know how you enjoyed Green Turtle.

  7. We are visiting GTC in December and are bringing two small children. I’m wondering if you know if it would be possible to set up car with car seats in Marsh Harbor? Hoping to secure our two wiggly little opens. Thanks in advance for any insights!

    • Hi there. I’m not sure I understand what you mean. Are you asking whether you can rent a car with car seats? Or whether there’s somewhere to get car seats in MH? If you drop me a note through my CONTACT ME link above, I’ll see what I can find out for you. Thanks!

  8. Hello, love reading your blogs. We just visited GTC for the first time last year after finding out my husband’s family originated from there. Turns out Alton is a cousin of my F.I.L but he wasn’t there on the Island when we went. We will be there in 6 weeks again and this time he will be there, so they can meet up and learn more about their family history together. We loved the Island and it’s all the boys talked about since we left…lol It reminds us so much of old Key West, which is where we all originally are from. Well have a good day! =)

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