Andros, what a beautiful place. It's a trip in space and in time. If you are going to visit Andros, you should know that the place is very undeveloped, tiny airport, pothole ridden roads, very hard to find convenience stores, a few pharmacies on the island, and very few people. The official population is 7800 Androsians occupying an area of aroud 2300 square miles, and tons of beach. A trip to Andros is more akin of a camping trip. Go prepared, do not assume buying things there, make sure you have all your medications and bug spray.
On the bright side, we had a blast! The people of Andros are phenomenal! The most friendly i have met around the world. You feel so safe and embraced by the locals, that after a few days you feel like you have lived there your whole life. We loved our host at the hotel (love at first sight),Sheila. She was a joy, very welcoming and nice, and a wonderful cook to boot. We just ate what she made and we were delighted at every meal.The island is mostly catering to divers, snorkelers, and fishermen. If you are going for these activities, it is the most wonderful island of the Bahamas. But at night time, you should go back to sheila's have a dinner and relax and get ready for the next day. The hotel is located in a creek, where you can look down from the deck and see a myriad sea life, from barbs, to jacks, to trumpet fish, barracudas, nurse sharks, eagle rays and many others. You can fish off of her deck, just bring your own fishing rod.
Traveller from Austin