Introduction “It’s Better In The Bahamas”
Eleuthera is a long, thin island in the Bahamas archipelago. It’s known for pink sand beaches like the long French Leave Beach. Close to Gregory Town, Surfer’s Beach offers big waves. To the southeast, Ten Bay Beach has shallow waters and a nearby cave. Surrounded by trees, Ocean Hole is a natural inland swimming spot with tropical fish and turtles. Edwin’s Turtle Lake Marine Reserve shelters green sea turtles.
Eleuthera Bahamas is also packed with the world’s sweetest pineapples, so if you have a sweet tooth, then there is no better tour for you. Yacht races, paradisaic islands and some of the world’s very best scuba diving sites await you on your Bahamas tour of Eleuthera.
The Bahamas Out Islands are a string of islands which make up 84% of Bahamian land mass. This means that there is an endless supply of gorgeous sights, exciting attractions and engaging activities that you can enjoy on your day trip to Bahamas from Fort Lauderdale. The island known as Eleuthera Bahamas is an excellent stop while you Island Hop Bahamas, because of its central location, convenience and proximity to some of the most popular Out Islands. This island is actually split into two separate areas, known as North and South Eleuthera Bahamas.
If you plan to enjoy a 5 day cruise to Bahamas, then you’ll surely be looking for some good accommodation. Fortunately, the Eleuthera Bahamas Resorts are exemplary, as well as them providing you with a great base from which to discover what to do in Eleuthera Bahamas.
Founded in 1648, Eleuthera Bahamas has grown to become one of the most well-known Bahamian Islands. Not only is it an excellent stop for the famous scenic vistas of the Bahamas, but it is also the agricultural centre for the Bahamas, with pineapples being the most popular crop. Visiting the pineapple farms is just one of the many things to do in Eleuthera Bahamas, particularly if the majesty of the ocean calls to you. Scuba diving and snorkelling are popular pastimes on Eleuthera Bahamas, but the crown jewel of ocean-related activities is the Glass Window Bridge Eleuthera. The Island forms a border between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Ocean, and on the Glass Window Bridge Eleuthera Bahamas you will have the chance to view the thin line of land between the dark blue Atlantic waters and the turquoise waters of the Bahamas.
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