Lodging The Main House, a historic hotel offering six comfortable rooms from $60 to $85 a night. www.inaguamainhouse.com
The Main House, a historic hotel offering six comfortable rooms from $60 to $85 a night.
Enrica's Inn, a short walk from the center of town, has three well-appointed cabins for $85 to $130 a night.
The Main House serves breakfast and lunch but not dinner. Menu selections are limited and vary by the day. $8 to $15.
The Cozy Corner serves burgers, chicken fingers, and occasional specialty dishes such as wild boar, conch fritters, and grouper. A cheeseburger and a cold beer cost less than $15.
Inagua National Park is a birder's paradise. Senior park warden Henry Nixon will take you for a daylong tour of the park and its birds. Cost varies depending on what you want to see and do. We paid $50 each for a five-hour tour. www.bahamas.com/node/52146
Cattaraugus Creek Outfitters arranges weeklong angling trips to island native Henry Hugh's Inagua Outback Lodge for $1,799 per person, which includes meals, lodging and a day of guided fishing. www.ccoflyfishing.com/greatinagua.html
Morton Salt Factory has tours by prior arrangement through your hotel operator. EndText