Little Farmer’s Cay has a tiny population of 66.
Little Farmer’s Cay is also home to abundant wildlife, including exotic birds, sea turtles, sharks and tropical fish. Deep sea caves and coral reefs are nearby for world-class snorkeling.
Here at Little Farmers Cay is where you will swim and be able to pet wild sea turtles. The turtles come into the bay because of the locals that clean conch in the water and have become so accustom to the locals feeding them conch that now they let most people pet them. (As long as you have a snack for them)
Located just south of Big Farmer’s Cay, this stretch of pure white sand emerges from blue-green water at low tide. It is widely known as the “Mile-long Sandbar” and is perfect for shelling, sunbathing, and picnicking. You will have it all to yourself on most days!
Rutter Cut Cave
Rudder cut cave is a small cave that has been eroded away from the wind, rain and tides that have left a beautiful spot to pull your boat directly into on a high tide and even take an awesome photo!
The Fountain of Youth and Oven Rock
Oven Rock is a lone standing pinnacle of limestone rock that has an opening that is eerily similar to an Oven. It is topped with a large Osprey nest that is sometimes occupied by an Osprey and its young.
The Fountain of youth is a freshwater pond inside of a cave system and legend has it tasing a dip in this pond will give you eternal youth!