As fall sets in, now is the time to think about your 2019 travels. Planning in advance without an exact date in mind allows you to be more flexible, allowing you to potentially take advantage of lower flight and hotel prices. Even better, traveling to the Bahamas is perfect for an Exuma bonefishing trip. As one of the best places for bonefishing on earth, you must add this destination to your travel list. From fantastic weather and opportunities to explore, to the peacefulness of the area, the Exumas definitely needs to be a “must-go” for your 2019 travels.
No matter when you choose to travel to the Exumas for a bonefishing excursion, it is a win-win in terms of the weather. The conditions stay favorable throughout the year for the fish as they are accustomed to tropical water. Temperatures are their warmest and most humid during June through September, with averages peaks in the 80s and 90s. December through March have lower temperatures in high the 70s and low 80s. If you are looking for low-overcast times of year for great catches, they also happen to during the winter months. While the area does not get as much rain, the majority of showers fall in May and June. However, if you prefer to travel during the spring and summer, there tend to be more yields. You can’t go wrong!
Must-Go Destination for Top Bonefishing Experts
The Exumas are one of the world’s best destinations for bonefishing. Because the waters in so many places are shallow and crystal clear, it leads to easy catches in the areas. In addition, the fish enjoy the warmer waters, which are higher to the surface. The Exumas are filled with shallow waters, extremely beneficial for this sport. Even better, because it is such a beloved destination for bonefishing, it is full of bonefishing guides. This is ideal as your local guides know all of the rules and regulations when Exuma bonefishing in local flats
Opportunities for Unique Exploration
As an archipelago that is made up of 365 islands and cays, this gives you endless opportunities to explore. The islands and cays span more than 100 miles in length and are divided as Great Exuma, the largest, as well as Little Exuma and the Exuma Cays. You can take a bonefishing adventure in main areas, or you can ask your guide to take you to some of the places off the beaten path. Each of the three areas of the Exumas
offers their own unique opportunities for bonefishing, relaxation, and adventure. As you explore the Exumas Travel Guide, you will learn about all of the fun activities you can do while on vacation.
When planning your trip to the Exumas for your 2019 bonefishing adventure, Bonefish Drex has you covered. We offer guided bonefishing through the region’s gorgeous waters as well as sightseeing tours, and massages. Call us today at 242-357-0243 to discuss your trip and make your reservations. We look forward to seeing you next year!