Pelican Point Resorts

Pelican Point Resorts
Matthew Town
Inagua, Bahamas
242-457-6064 or 242-464-7141

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Pelican Point Resorts contains over 30 species of perch and water birds that live onsite. We are also situated on 2 miles of bonefish flats with bone fishing along the shore.

The resort includes four cabins, a community kitchen and a community center that can be rented out for workshops, conferences and the like. We have a bar and restaurant where snacks and meals can be catered to accompany your drinks.

The community kitchen is equipped with a double gas element stove, fridge, posts and pans, dishes, cutlery, etc. There are also several BBQ grills scattered throughout the property which guests are welcome to use.


-French and Spanish spoken.
-Bone fishing guides available.
-Fiberglass boat available for fishing trips.
-Pond for kayaking and viewing of Flamingos.
-Ideal setting for weddings and family reunions.
-Rental of bicycles and kayaks available on site.
-The resort is situated 2.5 miles from the airport.
-Snorkeling and diving in nearby reef and lagoons.
-Flamingo viewing often experienced on route to resort.
-Cabins with bathroom and kitchen access - communal kitchen on site.
-Community Center with stage on site, available to rent for conferences, workshops.
-Island-style bar and outdoor dance floor with local bands appearing on special occasions.
-Self-contained cottage available, as of Spring 2007, including two-bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom.
-Private classes, exchange programs and summer camps available on request. Instructed by qualified Teacher.
-Tours available for the National Flamingo Park - The largest Flamingo reserve in the world. With over 60.000 Flamingos!
-Plaza located on site where, groceries, hardware items, beach accessories, snorkeling gear and confectionary are available.

The building of our resort has been truly a labor of love. We fell in love with the site, cleared the land, keeping the native tress and vegetation as undisturbed as possible.

We built, painted and decorated the building ourselves with some help from local people and friends.

We are currently in the process of building a general store that will have dry foods, snacks, gifts, tools, electronics, beach items and more.