Hoffman Cay is a small uninhabited island famous for its 600-ft. wide and 20-ft. deep blue hole, whose only living inhabitants are said to be oysters.
The cay is only accessible by boat and tours leave from the mainland. The journey might not be suitable for persons in wheelchairs or those with any mobility impairments.
The blue hole is a perfect place for diving, swimming, and snorkeling, but care should be taken when jumping off the cliff.
Year Round, weather permitting.