The island is laced with thousands of miles of inland waterways and fishing flats. North, Middle and South Bights cut right through the island, east to west, creating a natural access to even more flats on the west side of the island. These provide world-class conditions for fly fishermen in pursuit of bonefish and tarpon.
In addition, a rich mythology has grown around the bush. The Chickcharnee, the most famous of the mythological creatures of the island, is said to live in the tops of the tallest pine trees. If you cross the Chickcharnee, he will turn your head on backwards. Other lesser known mythological creatures include the Lusca of the blue holes, the Bosee Anansee, and the Yahoo.
Built and operated by the Birch Family since 1960, this 21-room resort offers a variety of ways for visitors to explore. The Lodge emphasizes freedom from crowds, a low-impact lifestyle and a natural environment.