Beginning or Ending your trip in Nassau gives you a chance to experience some attractions closer to Nassau and in the Northern end of the Exuma chain. JetBlue and BahamasAir fly direct to Nassau from Fort Lauderdale. Roundtrip flights into this location give you the most inexpensive option to your Exumas getaway.
Georgetown, Great Exuma:
Starting your trip in Georgetown gives you the option to explore the southern end of the Exuma island chain, likely exploring as far north as Staniel Cay. For the more adventurous guests we can also sail south southwest from Georgetown in the uninhabited island chain of the Jumentos. There are 3 options for flying into Georgetown. Option one is direct flights from Fort Lauderdale to Georgetown on Silver Airways. Option 2 is direct flights from Miami to Georgetown. Option 3 is a connecting flight to Georgetown from Nassau via BahamasAir.
Staniel Cay, Exuma Cays
Flying into Staniel Cay is likely to be a bit more expensive than flying into Georgetown or Nassau. The benefit of starting or ending your trip here is that it's centrally located to all the best spots in the Exumas and you avoid some longer sailing days that may be necessary if planning your trip from Nassau or Georgetown. There are two options for flying in and out of Staniel Cay. Option 1 is to get a direct flight from Fort Lauderdale to Staniel Cay via Watermakers Air. Option 2 is to fly into Nassau then get a connecting flight to Staniel Cay via Flamingo Air.