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Beautiful Aerial View of Famous Chat'n'chill Conch bar in Stocking Island (Exuma - Bahamas) near George Town with many boats and Sailing Yachts Anchored stock photo

Beautiful Aerial View of Famous Chat'n'chill Conch bar in Stocking Island (Exuma - Bahamas) near George Town with many boats and Sailing Yachts Anchored Exuma is a district of The Bahamas, consisting of over 365 islands and cays.

The largest of the islands is Great Exuma and joined to another island, Little Exuma, by a small bridge. The capital and largest town in the district is George Town. It was founded 1793 and located on Great Exuma. Near the town, but on Little Exuma, the Tropic of Cancer runs across Pelican Beach lending it another name: Tropic of Cancer Beach. Its white sand and turquoise waters make it a world-famous destination. Bahamas Stock Photo
Exuma is a district of The Bahamas, consisting of over 365 islands and cays. The largest of the islands is Great Exuma and joined to another island, Little Exuma, by a small bridge. The capital and largest town in the district is George Town. It was founded 1793 and located on Great Exuma. Near the town, but on Little Exuma, the Tropic of Cancer runs across Pelican Beach lending it another name: Tropic of Cancer Beach. Its white sand and turquoise waters make it a world-famous destination.

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Exuma is a district of The Bahamas, consisting of over 365 islands and cays. The largest of the islands is Great Exuma and joined to another island, Little Exuma, by a small bridge. The capital and largest town in the district is George Town. It was founded 1793 and located on Great Exuma. Near the town, but on Little Exuma, the Tropic of Cancer runs across Pelican Beach lending it another name: Tropic of Cancer Beach. Its white sand and turquoise waters make it a world-famous destination.

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