The James Bond movie Thunderball was filmed in this incredible underwater cave system just west of Staniel Cay.
If you are one of the first boats to the island in the morning, you will find hungry piglets waiting for you on shore ready to swim out and eat food out of your hand.
Seeing one starfish in the ocean is a cool experience but seeing a place where hundreds of starfish are protected and can grow to be over a foot in length is incredible.
Norman’s Cay is relatively inaccessible, about as far away from civilization as you can get. Those who do manage to find a way to visit there will come across a sunken WWII-era military transport plane that was once used to transport drugs in Pablo Escobar’s expanding cocaine trade to the USA.
If you are lucky enough to be near Stocking Island on a Sunday, make your way to the island and enjoy some delicious food. This island’s tradition includes playing with stingrays, beach volleyball and a full service bar.
Standing on a sand bar in the middle of the ocean with no land in sight will be an experience you won’t forget. This needs to be on everyone’s list of things to do in the Bahamas.
The nurse sharks first arrived at Compass Cay when the owner of the marina opened shop. The marina’s staff served up scraps to the sharks and the sharks have remained loyal to this feeding spot location. If you’re feeling brave, you can get in the water and swim with as many as forty sharks at a t... Read More
This long crescent of white sand is located on Little Exuma in the Bahamas and is officially known as Pelican Beach. In the past, this impressive beach was rated as one of the top 20 beaches in the world and its claim to fame is that the Tropic of Cancer latitude line runs along the beach.
The depth of Dean’s Blue Hole makes it a popular location for free divers. There is more to see in the area than just a beautiful hole in the ocean floor. Keep your eye out for dolphins and sharks which have been known to enjoy the waters off Long Island.