Andros is the largest of the 26 inhabited Bahamian Islands, whose land area consists of hundreds of small islets and cays. Andros reef is the third largest barrier reef in the world, rich with freshwater blue holes and underwater caves which primarily attract scuba divers. Blue holes are water-filled cave systems, entrances, which run underneath the island and sea floor. Andros island is also famous for its fishing areas, channels, that were created by island’s vast wetlands. The island is known as the bonefish capital of the world. The beaches of Andros island are stretching for miles and are sandy, lush with vegetation and coconut trees. Nature lovers will appreciate the rich bird life in the mud flats, as well as the island's eco-resorts.