The beaches on Andros Island are just one of the attractions, from Small Hope Bay Beach with its serene sand beaches bordered by hammocks made of coconut trees to Summer Set Beach, so named because of the vast number of seashells that line its shores and strongly resemble the setting sun.
The North and South Marine Park, which is in charge of protecting the stunning and priceless reef ecosystems that cover approximately 65,000 acres along the island’s western side, is open to visitors who want to snorkel the third-largest barrier reef in the world. Andros is renowned for its numerous fresh water springs that draw fresh water devoid of salt from beneath the ocean’s surface to the island’s surface, forming freshwater rivers that flow into the ocean.
Andros Islands Airport
The IATA code for San Andros Airport in Andros, Bahamas is SAQ, and its ICAO code is MYAN.
San Andros Airport lacks a control tower and is a public airport.
The San Andros Airport is 5,002 feet long, with an asphalt construction, and a direction of 12/32.
The Bahamas’ Andros Town Airport, also known as Fresh Creek Airport, is located in San Andros and serves as a point of entry for the Bahamas. San Andros Airport does have Bahamas customs.
Fresh Creek Airport in Andros, Bahamas, has the ICAO airport identifier MYAF and the IATA airport identifier ASD.
Most people refer to Andros Town Airport in the Bahamas as Fresh Creek Airport.
Fresh Creek Airport lacks a control tower and is a public airport.
The 4,362 ft-long Fresh Creek Airport is built of asphalt and has a direction of 09/27.
As a point of entry for the Bahamas, Fresh Creek Airport does have Bahamas customs.
Clean Creek The closest airport to Kamalame Cay Island in the Bahamas is MYAF Airport.
Mangrove Cay Airport in Andros, Bahamas, has the ICAO airport code MYAB and the IATA airport code MAY.
The name Mangrove Cay Airport is most frequently used to refer to Clarence A Bain Airport in Andros, Bahamas.
Mangrove Cay Airport lacks a control tower and is a public airport.
The asphalt runway at Mangrove Cay Airport measures 5,015 feet in length and has the designation 09/27.
Mangrove Cay Airport lacks Bahamas customs for entering and leaving the Bahamas.
Mangrove Cay Airport is the name most people use to refer to Congo Town Airport in Andros, Bahamas.
Congo Town Airport in Andros, Bahamas, has the ICAO airport code MYAK and the IATA airport code COX.
Public airport without a control tower is Congo Town Airport.
The asphalt runway at Congo Town Airport measures 5,321 feet in length and has a slope of 10/28.
Bahamas customs are present at Congo Town Airport for entering and leaving the country.