Tiamo is a 5 star boutique hotel located on the island of South Andros in the Bahamas, one of the most famous diving spots in the world. A real Robinson's dream, it is isolated in a cove between a private beach and lush vegetation.
Respecting the idyllic environment of the island is essential at Tiamo. The 11 villas are typical Bahamian style, built on stilts to facilitate the air flow. Natural local materials are privileged here, like pine wood and thatch used for the roof to ensure the freshness in the guest rooms. The decoration is minimalist and elegant, with light wooden floors, shades of blue and white that blend in harmony with the natural tones of the landscape. The private terraces of each villa are a perfect place to relax laying in a hammock and admire the ocean.
End a day in style with Keith, the Chef of the restaurant, who will delight your taste buds with a Caribbean fusion menu. Spa with a range of organic products, inspired by the ocean, is also not to be missed.
Tiamo Resort is a real tropical cocoon where everything invites you to relax. An enchanting destination, it is ideal for nature lovers, diving amators or for a romantic getaway under the blue Caribbean sky.
For your unforgettable stay
How to get there & what to do
Tiamo is the paradise of water sports: transparent canoe to better scan the seabed, sailboat with your private captain who will make you discover the surroundings and the coral reef, snorkelling or scuba diving with a chance to cross sea turtles... Resort's concierge will also be happy to suggest guided hikes in the wild nature of the south of the island, to discover its flora and fauna (330 species of birds, 20 varieties of orchids but also iguanas, egrets, herons and multitudes of fish... Bahamas is 100% natural!).
You are a fly-fishing enthusiast? Tiamo Resort offers bonefish fishing, a tropical fish from this region of the Bahamas which has the particularity of being one of the fastest and most combative fish in the world, a real challenge! Here, bonefish is fished for sport and then released in total respect for the environment.
Driggs Hill, South Andros Island, Kemps Bay - The Bahamas