Travel Insurance

We feel compelled to strongly suggest that all guests who make confirmed reservations with us at Stafford Creek Lodge take out a separate travel insurance, to cover themselves in the event of an unforeseen cancellation of their trip, due to illness, death, business/family problems, or weather conditions, in order to prevent financial loss.

If a guest has to cancel, we are unable to return/transfer funds made in full on any booking due to any condition other than stated on our cancellation policy. We are a small operation, offering personal attention and a high standard of service and guiding.

If you don’t have contacts for travel insurance, you might wish to visit the sites the below. Stafford Creek Lodge does not endorse or support any of these companies and has simply discovered a few sites to aid you in your search:

Universal Travel Protection
Global Travel Insurance
Travel Guard
Worldwide Insure
Travel Insurance Serivces
Travel Insurance Center

* No Refund, Transfer or Credit due to cancellation because of hurricanes or inclement weather.

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Environmental Conservation

The Bahamas Sportsfishing & Conservation Association (BSCA) is dedicated to the preservation of marine and coastal systems in the Caribbean, the protection of the sport fish in this remarkable fishery, and the sustainability of economic benefits the sportfishing industry provides to the Bahamian people.
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What our Guests Say

  • ~ L. Dal Lago, Idaho, USA

    "“We really enjoyed our time at the lodge.  Working and fishing with Prescott Smith was fantastic.  He is a phenomenal instructor. Chef Stacy’s food was awesome!  The tender cracked conch and peas and rice were the best ever! Her passion is definitely reflected in her cooking.”"

  • ~ Dr. D Sinn, Dallas, TX

    "“The fishing is the BEST.  The guides work very hard and the food is GOURMET!  J have never fished and found a grand slam daily as I did last year on the west side of Andros.  Can’t always get them to eat, but that’s why we call it fishing.  My favorite fishing adventure every year.  What more could you ask for?”"

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