Activities on Andros

We offer complimentary concierge services and are happy to arrange any of your holiday activities.

Andros has an abundance and variety of world class diving and fishing. Although it is only 150 nautical miles from Florida, Andros is a world away. Andros is a sparsely populated island within the Bahamian Archipelago with only about ~3.5 people per square mile. This provides you the opportunity to explore deep into inland creeks and coppices, explore miles of deserted beaches and take nature walks through the mangrove shoreline, rarely encountering anyone. See both rare birds and birds unique to Andros, or stalk huge resident bonefish up creeks or on the flats often without a soul in sight to spoil your sport. Spectacular diving is right on your doorstep with, The Tongue of the Ocean being only minutes away by boat giving access to walls, caves and beautiful Blue Holes. Andros really is a breathtaking paradise.

Bonefishing and Deep Sea/Reef Fishing

KettleStone Bonefishing

Bonefishing on Andros

Often referred to as the world capital of bonefish, Andros is a fisherman's paradise. The local Androsian guides are highly experienced in all of your fishing activities including big bonefish, deep sea and reef fish. Part of the beauty of Andros is the huge range of environments to choose from depending on the season the weather and your skill set. Fishing is suitable all year round, although different seasons need different tactics, the guides of Andros are versed in them all.

There are local charters and boat rentals available and we would be happy to arrange for you.

KettleStone has its own villa dedicated 17ft Boston Whaler with a 4 stroke, 115HP outboard, rental rates are provided at time of booking.

Perfect to explore the Fresh Creek area or local reef (assuming favorable sea conditions)

Diving and Snorkeling

KettleStone Blue Holes

Diving with Turtles

Andros is famous for it's barrier reef, it's diversity of diving experiences and of course it's spectacular blue-holes found on land and in the ocean. In fact it has the highest concentration of Blue Holes in the world. If wall diving is your passion, the precipitous ledges of the Tongue of the Ocean run parallel to Andros minutes away from shore by boat.

150 miles long, 20 miles wide and 6,000 feet deep, this large ocean trench is home to a huge array of fish species and geographical formations which chronicle the ocean levels throughout the ice ages

KettleStone can arrange your scuba diving and snorkeling excursions via the well renowned local PADI certified dive center just 10 minutes away.

Scuba Diving: KettleStone can arrange your scuba diving via the well renowned local PADI certified dive center just 10 minutes away.

Snorkeling: KettleStone can arrange your snorkeling activities with a knowledgeable guide to explore the reef upon request.

Beaches of Andros

KettleStone Beautiful Beaches

White Sand Beaches of Andros

When you visit Andros Island be sure to take a visit to at least one of our beautiful white sand beaches. Many of them are miles long, and in all likelihood you will have them to yourself.

Whether you choose the local beaches within minutes of KettleStone or choose to venture north or south to explore the island, you will be amazed by the breathtaking beauty of these secluded spots.

Bird Watching

KettleStone Bird Watching

A Bahama Woodstar

The unique undeveloped nature of Andros Island makes it a bird watchers' paradise.

Whether you choose to use one of the local Bahamian guides, or explore Andros on your own it is tailor-made for those who simply enjoy watching birds, as well as the serious birder.

KettleStone receives regular visits from Ospreys, Yellow Crowned Night Herons, a host of marine birds and Humming Birds just to name a few. Of course no visit to Andros is complete without spotting the great lizard cuckoo.

Below is a partial list of some of the species you will see on Andros.

  • Waders
  • Rails
  • Bitterns
  • Ibis
  • Key West Quail Dove
  • The Great Lizard Cuckoo
  • The Bahamas Yellowthroat
  • The Greater Antillean Bullfinch
  • Black-cowled Orioles
  • Bahama Woodstar hummingbird
  • Bahama Swallows
  • Bahama Mockingbirds
  • Bahama Yellow Throats
  • Roseate Spoonbills
  • Ducks
  • Sora
  • Purple Gallinule
  • Grebes
  • Warblers
  • Sparrows
  • Bahama Swallows
  • Limpkins


Exploring Andros

Exploring Andros

Andros is the largest island of the Bahamian chain and being under-developed it is just calling out to be explored. Whether you take a car on a tour of the island visiting the many small restaurants and shops of locally made crafts or whether your tastes extend to something more adventuresome Andros has it to offer. Vast tracts of unexplored inland creeks, mangroves swashes, pine tree coppice and more surround KettleStone.


KettleStone Beach Combing


But when life is this good why leave KettleStone?

Pool, Bar, Patio. Sunbathe, relax, and unwind with good food, good wine and good company.

Treat yourself to a professional onsite massage.

Get on to island time at KettleStone and it all looks after itself!