The Bahamas is a tropical paradise made up of 700 islands sprinkled over 100,000 square miles of ocean. An ecological oasis featuring 2,000 breathtaking cays. An archipelago featuring the clearest water on the planet with a visibility of over 200 feet, you can easily see your toes. And, not to mention, the world's third largest barrier reef.
In the very midst of a sea so electric that you'll swear it is made of incandescent-blue liquid light, sits Royal Plantation at Fowl Cay, a resort unlike any other on the planet. A private 50-acre island in the Bahamian chain of the Exumas, Fowl Cay lies only 200 miles from Miami and features six gorgeous, fully stocked villas, innumerable secluded coves and white-sand beaches, a personal boat and guide to introduce you to the wonders of the ocean and a hilltop restaurant serving some of the most spectacular cuisine for hundreds of miles around.
Whether you lay claim to one of the six splendidly outfitted houses as your sun-swept home-away-from-home or you take over the entire island for yourself, you'll definitely feel as if every inch of this indescribably beautiful, undiscovered landscape belongs completely and inexorably to you.
Stroll along deserted paths that wind charmingly through the isle's luscious vegetation and fragrantly blossoming tropical flowers. Swing like a carefree castaway in a hammock strung between two towering coconut trees planted in the silky sand of a pristine beach. Marvel at waters that display every conceivable shade of blue - from aquamarine, turquoise and indigo to a shockingly clear diamantine translucence inviting you to wade in, dive deeply and immerse yourself completely in its deliciously warm embrace.
Everywhere you turn, around each corner and atop each rise, a new revelation awaits, taking your breath away and leaving you awash in a sense of unfathomable tranquility.