Activities for the Whole Family

Bahamas Out Island Adventures – Day Trips

Surf lessons, surfboard rentals, snorkeling, drift snorkeling, kayaking, cliff jumping, flora and fauna, historical sites – we offer a wide array of ways to have fun and experience the beauty of Eleuthera while learning about the island or learning a new sport – like surfing! We also offer rental equipment: surfboards, mountain bikes (2), snorkel gear, kayaks and boogie boards. Board storage and board repair services are also available. OUR ANNUAL SUMMER SURF CAMP begins June 24, 2018. Teen Week and Youth Week still have space. Registration is open!

Glass Window

Window-like geological formation that provides a unique view from bay to ocean.

Hill Top Farms

Hilltop farms is an animal farm and petting zoo with a mixture of livestock and exotic animals. Walk among a myriad variety of birds like ducks, turkeys, and Peacocks. You can cuddle some rabbits, pet sheep and even pick up some organic eggs.

At Hilltop Farms you get to meet, greet, feed and fall in love our friendly animals. There is nothing quite unique like inviting an animal farm on a tropical Island.

Lighthouse Beach

The most beautiful beach in the Bahamas. Unspoiled and untouched. Please help the Eleutheran people keep it this way. Would really, really hate to see thousands of cruise ship passengers playing pirates and killing the beautiful reefs there. Please consider helping to preserve it. I have been visiting for over 30 years and want to spend 30 more years on this beautiful beach.

Bahamas Ocean Safaris

Known for its crayfish, this small, picturesque island is a popular day trip destination. Let Bahamas Ocean Safaris be the first to welcome you to Spanish Wells, Eleuthera, Bahamas and introduce itself. James Dunnam, owner and Safari guide, was born in and spent his entire life in Spanish Wells, The Bahamas. He is a Licensed Captain with 30 years experience in Lobster diving and 20 years in deep sea fishing. His life experiences, knowledge of the sea, and unique perspectives are now applied to help others have the vacation of a lifetime.

Eleuthera Island Farm

The shop is run by the owners daughter and they have lived on the island 30 years. They are very knowledgeable, fruit and veggies are priced great and they make bread on Thursday’s. They also have homemade pasta sauces and jams.

Ten Bay Beach

Whatever type of beach vacation you are looking for, you’ll find it in the Bahamas. Take a moment to relax while strolling down its pink sands, or snorkel in its crystal clear waters, before simply lying back and watching the sun go down. The secluded beaches and perfect views are what will make you fall in love here — with nature and the peacefulness that the sea brings to all who visit (whether that be solo, with your partner, or with friends and family.) This beautiful destination is perfect for all beach lovers.

Queens Bath

Bring your climbing shoes! We had on chacos and managed, but those rocks are painful! Go at low tide to be able to get down in the pools. You could definitely sit in them and enjoy an afternoon or just do a quick visit. How much you see will depend on the tide. Recommend a local guide. We had Royal Williams taxi 82.

Haynes Library

I love this place! Great photo opportunity. The inside is just lovely and the place is a real treat. Make a donation while you are there!

Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve

 

Designed as a showcase for native plants and their importance to the people of The Bahamas, the Preserve features gardens and wetlands designed by world-renowned landscape architect, Raymond Jungles, as well as trails through over 20 acres of natural areas. Walk with nature in this sanctuary for over 300 species of native plants, 65 species of birds, and 100 species of medicinal plants. The Preserve is operated by the Bahamas National Trust and funded by the Leon Levy Foundation. It was developed by Shelby White, trustee of the Foundation, in honor of her late husband, Leon Levy. The Preserve is the first national park on the island of Eleuthera.

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