South Andros Island, Bahamas:
Located about 170 miles southeast of Miami and 20 miles west of Nassau, Andros Island is the largest land mass in the Bahamas measuring about 100 miles long and 40 miles wide. The southern portion, know as South Andros, is settled mainly along the eastern portion, as the interior is largely made up of salty marsh, tidal estuaries, and pine forest. South Andros is known for its great Bonefishing, for which tourists come to chase this elusive fish (and relax on the beaches). The main local industries, in addition to ecotourism, are crabbing and fishing. Away from it all, South Andros is unspoiled and home to a wonderful community of friendly Bahamians.