Comfortable Lodging in Famous South Andros
Andros South Lodge is located in the remote settlement of Kemp’s Bay on the southeastern shore of South Andros Island. This area is home to an extraordinary number of tidal creeks and inland flats that provide incredible habitat for hungry bonefish of all sizes. With one of the most experienced guide staffs in the area, you will fish this vast and diverse habitat in the most efficient manner possible. After each productive day on the water, guests return to the Lodge for cocktail hour at the on-site “wet bar,” situated directly on the beach. When the sun goes down, everyone adjourns to the dining room for homemade meals of local seafood, lobster, chicken, and conch. Cigars, cocktails, and conversation can be enjoyed on the main patio before retiring to your single-occupancy, private cabana to prepare for the next day’s fishing.
Andros South is a friendly, laid-back bonefishing lodge that concentrates on providing a focused fishing experience that is second to none. The Lodge is situated on a beautiful white sand beach, which takes full advantage of consistent trade winds. After fishing, take a relaxing swim each evening or hone your casting skills on the beach. The rooms are clean, comfortable, and air-conditioned, and each features a private bathroom and a luxurious shower. Probably the most enticing fact about the accommodations at Andros South is that each angler will have a private, single occupancy room unless otherwise requested – something that is both rare and difficult to find at most bonefish lodges. If you’re looking for a very comfortable place to spend a vacation fishing, relaxing, and enjoying a quiet week in the Bahamas, you will find all of the above at Andros South.
Food and Beverages
The dining room at Andros South is the perfect place to enjoy cocktails, great meals, and conversation with friends – both new and old. During your stay, expect plenty of fresh, local seafood. From snapper and grouper to lobster and conch, this is seafood at its finest. You will enjoy a variety of dishes, with an emphasis on traditional Bahamian cooking. Entrees are always complemented with hearty side dishes and topped off with a variety of great desserts. You definitely won’t go hungry. The Lodge is happy to take special requests for food; whether dietary restrictions or just a personal preference, the staff will work hard to accommodate you. Located right on the beach is the Lodge’s famous tiki bar, affectionately called “The Slack Tide.” This is a favorite spot to enjoy the beach, breeze, drinks, and appetizers at the end of each fishing day.
Typical Length of Stay
A trip of any length of stay can be arranged to start on any day. Please call Yellow Dog for details.
Non-Angling Activities and Options
Although Andros South is primarily a fishing destination, there is a beautiful beach for lounging, reading and relaxing. Be advised, however, that this is a destination that is perhaps best suited for anglers.
Internet / Communications
The Lodge does offer Wi-Fi for guests. Some U.S. cell phones may work on South Andros depending on your service plan.
How To Get There
There are several options for flying to Congo Town. Please contact Yellow Dog for ticketing and scheduling assistance. Our recommended choice for reaching this part of Andros Island is from Nassau International Airport (NAS) via Western Air. Western offers two flights each day to Congo Town from Nassau (NAS). Groups of more than six people may also consider a private charter from Ft. Lauderdale. Yellow Dog works with several charter companies in Ft. Lauderdale and would be happy to work with you on arranging a flight.
Arrival and Departure Details
The flights from Nassau (NAS) to Congo Town take 20 minutes. Reservations can be made directly with Western Air, or Yellow Dog can set that up for you. Once you arrive in Congo Town, a representative from Andros South Lodge will meet you at the airport for the short drive to the lodge. Andros South Lodge is a 20-minute drive from the airport in Congo Town on South Andros.
All U.S. citizens are required to have a valid passport that does not expire within six (6) months of trips dates. Please be sure that your passport has at least two blanks, unstamped pages remaining in the back, and that it is not torn, delaminated, or damaged in any way.
Yellow Dog works directly with and recommends Kanna Travel. They can assist with airline tickets, hotels, transfers and all travel logistics for every destination that we offer. Contact them at 855-739-3139 or [email protected] for more details on airfare ticketing, travel services, and trip insurance.
South Andros is perfect for the wade focused angler, just about everywhere you look has a hard bottoms. Big numbers of bonefish live here, along with some larger fish available as well. Anglers fish from a mix of Dolphin, Mitzi, and Rahming skiffs complete with poling platforms, 55 to 60 HP Yamaha and Mercury outboards, and spacious casting decks. The boats are roomy and comfortable and shallow draft. . . suited to fish the Andros flats perfectly! We recommend that anglers bring their gear and equipment, including rods, reels, wading boots, flies and all terminal tackle. The Lodge does have loaner gear, including rods, reels, and boots. They will supply flies and terminal tackle.
Rates and Terms
Remember that Yellow Dog’s services are entirely free! When you book a trip with Yellow Dog, you never pay more than when you book directly with the lodge or outfitter. A trip of any length can be arranged. Please call Yellow Dog for details. All prices listed below are per person and quoted in US dollars. The rates reflect a single occupancy room with a shared boat.
Rates: October 2019 – January, 2020 (1 Per Room / 2 Per Boat)
3 Nights/ 2 Fishing Days = $2,150
4 Nights/ 3 Fishing Days = $2,700
5 Nights / 4 Fishing Days = $3,400
6 Nights / 5 Fishing Days = $3,950
7 Nights / 6 Fishing Days = $4,250
Rates: February, 2020 – May, 2020 (1 Per Room / 2 Per Boat)
3 Nights/ 2 Fishing Days = $2,500
4 Nights/ 3 Fishing Days = $3,350
5 Nights / 4 Fishing Days = $4,150
6 Nights / 5 Fishing Days = $4,800
7 Nights / 6 Fishing Days = $5,200
*For a single occupancy room and guide, there is an additional $550 charge/day. Special Fall Rates apply from late October through December. Call Yellow Dog for details.
*Non-angling guest can stay at the lodge for $350 per/night, based on double-occupancy. Includes transfers to and from Congo Town, lodging, meals and all beverages.
- The number of nights lodging specified in your package
- All daily guided fishing
- Round trip land transfers between Congo Town and the lodge
- All meals at the lodge
- All beer, wine, and liquor
What’s Not Included:
- Airfare to Congo Town, Bahamas
- All terminal tackle (flies, lures, leaders, and lines)
- Gratuities for guides and staff
- Bahamas fishing license: $5 per day, $10 per week, $20 per month, and $50 for the year (Yellow Dog will ensure the lodge has your license until the online system is in place)
- 12% VAT Tax
Andros South Bonefish Lodge (South Andros Island, Bahamas)
TERMS AND CONDITIONS – CANCELLATIONS
A non-refundable deposit of 50% per person is due within 10 days of booking to hold both space and guides for all Andros South Bonefish Lodge packages. Yellow Dog strongly recommends that anglers and guests purchase travel insurance for your trip. Per lodge policy, the following terms apply:
- For any trip booked at Andros South, you can reschedule your trip, for any reason, outside of seven (7) days’ notice (with written notification received by Yellow Dog), for any time within the current season, subject to availability.
- The lodge does not charge a penalty for rescheduling your trip, although there will be a $100.00 processing fee per guest charged by Yellow Dog Flyfishing.
- If you reschedule into a week that is more expensive than the week you originally booked, you must pay the difference between your original week and your new week.
- Inside 7 days of your trip, rescheduling is not allowed and no refunds or trip credits will be given.
- Client is responsible for all charges related to rescheduling a trip, including but not limited to airline change fees and fare changes, hotel charges, additional transfers, Yellow Dog change fee, etc.