At Small Hope, we use the word "ecotourism" to refer to an experience that allows visitors to learn more about the life systems in our natural world. We have "ecotours," by which we mean we have tours in which you can observe and experience the life and the nature that surrounds us. Each and every living organism on Andros Island, Bahamas is connected to the other. On Andros, because there is so little development, this truth is particularly vivid. Our deepest hope is that you experience this sense of connectedness, and carry that feeling home with you.
To this end, we focus our lifestyle and our activities on the outdoors. Some would say that we are a "nature-based" resort. And they wouldn't be wrong. But we are more than that.
We are more than a park, or some designated natural area made accessible, protected, or tame. And we are more than some exotic tour company that will fold up its yurts as soon as the next hot spot is discovered. Our commitment (spanning four generations) is long term. We are part of a community.