During your stay in the Abacos, you'll have lots of things to do.

DINING: I recommend eating at Nipper's on Great Guana Cay, and at the Abaco Inn or Harbor's Edge on Elbow Cay. Nipper's is a more casual dining environment, being outdoors and right on the beach. There's usually live entertainment as well. The Abaco Inn has a dining room that's a little more formal, but the food is priced higher as well. Harbor's Edge also has great food and overlooks the beautiful ocean. Try the catch of the day for a delicious and fresh seafood dinner.

LODGING: If you have a large enough group, renting a house for your stay may be the best option. There are lots of homes available for rent for a week or so. This gives your travel group a place of its own and may actually be more affordable than booking multiple hotel rooms. For a smaller group, staying at an inn or a bed and breakfast might be the best best. Both the Abaco Inn and the Hope Town Harbour Lodge are quality accommodations and convenient to other attractions.

ENTERTAINMENT: With so many options, I'd recommend just exploring bit on your own. Plenty of places rent out boats, kayaks, scuba gear and more, so you can enjoy a beautiful day out on the water. If you're looking for something more relaxing, there's bound to be a hammock just around the corner with your name on it. At night, there are plenty of beachside bars, many of which feature local bands with an island flair.