Reserve Your Adventure
Prepare for adventure as you’re transported back in time to discover North Eleuthera’s rich history and natural beauty.
Glass Window Bridge
Located on the skinniest part of Eleuthera, the Glass Window Bridge stretches across just a 30-foot sliver of land separating the dark, churning waters of the Atlantic Ocean from the smooth turquoise shallows of the Bight of Eleuthera.
Take a dip in these natural pools that border the rugged Atlantic Ocean. Formed over the years through erosion of the rocks by waves, the water in the pools are filled with shells and small sea life. The crystal clear water is warmed by the sun, creating a bath-like temperature that is perfect for soaking.
Sapphire Blue Hole Cenote
This recently discovered cenote is filled with crystal clear “sapphire” water perfect for swimming if you are willing to take a 15-20 foot leap into a bottomless cavern!
Preacher’s Cave and Beach
Explore the site where Eleutheran adventurers shipwrecked, taking refuge in this cavern in the early 1600’s.