Halls Pond Cay

Halls Pond is privately owned and visits ashore are by invitation only.

The Exuma Cays Club was located on Halls Pond and was once used as park headquarters.

About 400 yards to the west of the mid-section of the cay lies Jeep Reef. Out of the sand and turtle grass beds, small pieces of coral begin to appear, gradually developing into massive boulders standing up to 28 feet. There is the wreck of a jeep on the southwest side of this “J” shaped reef. Because of the strong current, it is best to dive this reef at slack water only.


The Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park was the world’s first protected area of its kind, when created in 1959 by the same legislation that established the Bahamas National Trust.

Contact Us

Exuma Cays Land & Sea Park
P O Box N-4105
Nassau, The Bahamas

(242) 225-6402