Picture your own island paradise and that's what you'll find at Princess Cays, Princess Cruises' private beach resort in the Bahamas. Enjoy a coral reef with schools of tropical fish, a special area dedicated to children's activities, water sports equipment, relaxing music, bar facilities, and lunch sizzling away on the barbeque.
Princess Cays is located on the southern portion of Eleuthera Island, about 30 miles across the sea from Nassau. Two miles wide and 100 miles long, about forty acres of this land is reserved exclusively for Princess Cruise Line passengers. Princess Cays is a wonderland of white-sand beaches and mangrove trees is surrounded by beautiful turquoise waters, and blessed with a tropical, warm climate.
Hit the beach and clear waters with snorkeling gear or a floating mattress. Join a basketball game or the action around the volleyball court. Check out the seaboards, aqua bikes, Hobie Cat sailboats, Sunfish sailboats, paddle wheelers, Banana Boats or transparent hull kayaks at the water sports pier. Climb the Crow's Nest Tower for panoramic views, or shop for local handicrafts.
SHORE EXCURSIONS ON PRINCESS CAYS
Princess Cruises has a number of optional activities that are available to you during your day a Princess Cays. These include:
- Snorkel Equipment
- Sea Boards
- Aqua Bikes For two people
- Hobie Cat Sailboats and Lessons
- Sunfish Sailboats and Lessons
- One-Person Ocean Kayaks
- Two-Person Ocean Kayaks
- Paddle Wheeler For Two People
- Paddle Wheeler Iv For Four PeopleBanana Boat Rides
- Transparent Hull Kayaks
Three bars and live music compliment lunch and the authentic Bahamian barbeque on the beach. Feast on hamburgers, chicken, bratwurst, salads, and fresh fruit. Water, tea and lemonade are available at the picnic area for no additional cost, and a full staff of drink servers is on hand to serve cocktails and soda.
SIT AND SLEEP
With all the activity on the island, some people just want to lay back and relax. That's why there's plenty of beach umbrellas, cushioned chairs, tiki huts and hammocks slung between shady palms, for when it's time to just sit back, chill and take a nap.