Just 10 minutes from Eleuthera, Harbour Island feels entirely different. It may be a magnet for celebrities, but it's an open, informal and warmhearted place.
Bonefishing is widely regarded as the most exciting forms of fly-fishing, and Andros, Bahamas, is known as the "Bonefishing Capital of the World."
In contrast to Nassau, Andros is the least developed of the Bahamian islands. Its Tongue of the Ocean attracts scuba divers and fishermen from around the world.
The ultimate way to fly-fish for Bahamian saltwater species is aboard the 74-foot Eleven Experience yacht, with its three staterooms and a private chef.
Four years after our last visit, our editor-in-chief returns to the Bahamas, this time to stay at the new Eleven Experience hotel, Bahama House.
Harbour Island may not be a gastronomic hot spot, but you can dine well at contrasting restaurants, which range from formal to sand-in-the-shoes casual.