The Killer Views Follow You Everywhere At Kamalame Cay In The Bahamas
The view from the patio of the Wild Dilly beach cottage.
Over three days and nights at Kamalame Cay in the Bahamas this weekend, we were charmed by many things: driving our 'sand chariots' (golf carts) around the property, the delivery of cookies to our doorstep each afternoon, and the laidback, barefoot vibe that comes with being on a private island resort. But the one thing that continued to steal our attention above all else: the killer views.
They were everywhere. Arriving on the short barge ride over from Andros, looking out from the Great House, and this--the view from our beach cottage suite. We couldn't walk past our windows without stopping to stare at the water for a few minutes, and often found ourselves losing half an hour to simply meditating on the view.
We tested it from the pink Adirondack chairs on our patio, from the beach chairs, and from the hammock--all stunning.
We could even see the view while soaking in the tub ...
Killer Views are common in the Caribbean but on this long, thin strip of land--Kamalame Cay is just three miles long--they are inescapable. Just wait until we show you the views from the resort's spa. We'll get to that tomorrow. For now, sit back, enjoy these views and forget that it's Monday.
Rates at Kamalame Cay start at $395 a night. Cottage Suites start at $760 a night.
[Full Disclosure: MsRebecca stayed at Kamalame Cay while on assignment for an Australian publication but all opinions expressed here are her own.]