So I am starting to plan my annual once month "airplane road trip" and this year we plan on heading from Wyoming to the Bahamas in late April and heading out as far as we can get; with the goal of reaching Mayaguana, the most easterly island in the Bahamas. We are already aware of the $300 Bahamian government credit incentives for out islands resorts and will surely be using those to stay at a fancy resort during the trip... but we are having problems finding information on the many dirt strips on some of the smaller islands; and what the rules are and local tolerance for setting up to camp under the wing or on the beach to truly enjoy the desolate nature that some of the out islands have to offer. We are flying a 172 with 180 HP and CS prop and STOL wing with oversized 800 tires so we are well setup for short and soft field operations and have good experience with moderately short backcountry strips. We will have the plane loaded with camping and adventure gear like surf mats, pack rafts, spearfishing and snorkeling gear, as well as transportation options so we are ready for whatever conditions we find. Any information on airplane camping, resources to get information on the smaller dirt strips; must see islands/bars/ or low cost hotels are all very appreciated. Also... if someone out there would like to join us; having another plane to join us would make this safer as well as potentially more fun... PM if you want to discuss it.