5 based on 174 reviews
Surf lessons, surfboard rentals, snorkeling, drift snorkeling, kayaking, cliffjumping, 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!
During our recent holiday on Eleuthera Island we had the pleasure of taking part in two activities offered by Tom from Bahamas Out Islands Adventures. Both made for wonderful memories. Surfing lessons: Two of our daughters, both of them new to the sport, participated in...MoreThanks smm64 for your in-depth review! Go Germany in Russia 2018! ~ Tom (and Liz)
5 based on 8 reviews
Fishing and spearfishing charters
Awesome experience and awesome time going out fishing with Capt. Z - highly recommended if you want to have a great time and adventure. Whether you want a full or half a day fishing adventure, snorkel, or just take a sightseeing excursion, Capt. Z is the man. He does the job and is the best in the business, which is why we're returning for another great journey the next time we're in the Gregory Town area.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
4 based on 9 reviews
This beach is wide, and long, on the Atlantic side. The beach slopes downward sharply at the waterline. Waves here have a strong pullback, and there may be rip-tides. The location is remote, and hidden. Beach road access is between two brachish ponds, almost 3 miles north from the middle of Gregory Town. Take this road up and over a small hill, and when the road comes to a junction bear right. Go about 400 ft., park, walk down slope to beach. The field is a beautiful example of Bahamas flora, and fauna.
If you are there the right time of year you could see turtles laying eggs. Please be very quite, and do not disturb, they are under alot of stress.
4.5 based on 458 reviews
Window-like geological formation that provides a unique view from bay to ocean.
4.5 based on 130 reviews
We've been to numerous places in the Bahamas, T&C, and the Caribbean, and Queens Baths is one of the most beautifully unique places we've been. Super easy to find right off Queens Highway, Queens Baths unfold in front of you like an alien landscape. At first you think it's just a bunch of limestone, but as you head further to the left, the baths open up and are stunning. Going at low tide is a MUST. The Atlantic was really rough when we were there and at a higher tide, you might have been swept into the ocean and tossed against the rocks. But at low tide, this is an incredible place. I would steer kids away from the cliffs edge to the right because they can crumble. Our kids were 8, 11, and 13 so paid attention when we said to stay away from the edge. Flip flops are doable for the rocks but water shoes are a better idea.
The pools are fun to explore and there are some interesting "cave" areas carved by eons of ocean waves. The views out into the Atlantic are beautiful with the most amazing shades of turquoise. The crashing waves are incredibly gorgeous. Having traveled from the top of the island to the very bottom, Queens Baths are a must see in Eleuthera.
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