Year after year, many party goers gather on the shores of Great Guana Cay to enjoy the sounds of the renowned musician performing in a live free concert. Not only is there great music featured at the event, but there is also amazing food and excellent drinks.
Every Saturday, Neely's offers down-home Bahamian cuisine, including conch and rice, fried fish, conch fritters, and conch salad. They are located under a tree, as the name implies, just off the causeway.
This event celebrates the opening of the national Lobster Season and includes a hunt for the invasive Lion Fish. On day one, prizes will be awarded for the largest lobster and most lion fish caught: start time 9:00 a.m. / end time 4:00 p.m. In the evening, there will be a variety of lobster entrees, lots of beverages, art, souvenirs, games, and dancing to Bahamian music: start time 6:00 p.m. / end time 11:00 p.m.
This signature event celebrates everything indigenous to The Berry Islands: Culture, People, Food, Drinks, etc. Residents and visitors participate in cultural heritage activities throughout the islands—Junkanoo, exciting Bahamian dance, music, a gospel concert, games, artistic exhibitions, souvenirs, food and drink, and a Kamalami Boat Race.
This two-day event will feature a variety of dishes made from conch, a conch cracking competition, dance competition, Junkanoo, games, Kamalami boat race, and beach activities.
This event is organized by second home owners in The Berry Islands. It will feature Cuban food, music, and dancing under the stars.
This event will feature culinary competitions using conch; a variety of food made from conch; conch dance competitions; a presentation on conch conservation, plus Junkanoo, music, dancing and Bahamian games.
This church fair is held on Easter Monday each year as a fundraiser for St. Bartholomew. There will be delicious Bahamian food and non-alcoholic drinks on sale. Activities include Junkanoo, a Kamalami Boat Race, games, lots of beach fun for the entire family, and a major raffle.
This event has an outdoor setting where you can see the stars, hence the name. An entrée from a particular country is selected (mostly European) and advertised in advance to get people's interest. It has been on the calendar for several years now and has become quite popular with visitors. A reservation is required.
Every Thursday, you can purchase a hot and delicious pizza, but it is advisable to preorder a day in advance.