shopify traffic stats

Eleuthera Blog

News and Info about Eleuthera

Travel Blog2023-10-27T13:19:02+00:00
  • Bahamas Out Islands Hummingbird

    Do you know the Out Islands of the Bahamas?

    An interesting article has been published on Oceanic Society website about the Out Islands of the Bahamas. The Oceanic Society was founded in 1969 by a group of San Francisco Bay Area sailors and scientists who were concerned about the state of the oceans and [...]

  • airplane getting to eleuthera

    How to travel to the Bahamas (JUNE 2021 UPDATE)

    Are you wondering how you can get to Eleuthera? Here's an update from the official website of the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism. The Bahamas is poised for a big comeback this summer. Whether travelers are toe-dipping their way back into travel and seeking a close-to-home vacation, or adding island hopping to [...]

  • Eleuthera trip

    Tips for a 3 day trip to Eleuthera

    The idyllic island of Eleuthera is a curious place, free from the crowds, herds of cruise ship passengers, casinos and high-rises that plague many of its more popular Caribbean neighbors. It seems to make sense considering the island’s name is derived from the Greek word [...]

  • South Eleuthera beaches Lighthouse beach

    South Eleuthera beaches

    Winding Bay The beach at Winding Bay is long and curving and well protected from the Atlantic waves. It is located 7 miles north of Rock Sound and is ideal for swimming and walking the length of the entire beach is about 1.6 miles. Driving directions Driving [...]

  • Central Eleuthera beaches Alabaster Bay

    Central Eleuthera beaches

    Central Eleuthera beaches: Alabaster Bay This beach is also known as Receiver’s Beach (from the time when there was a US military base on the island) and extends for more than a mile from the south end of the Governor’s Harbour airport. Being on the [...]

  • North Eleuthera beach: twin sisters

    North-Central Eleuthera beaches

    Twin Sisters A small beach but worth a visit for snorkeling and shelling. The name derives form the two large boulders in the water – they look like one but actually there are two of them. This beach is on the Caribbean side and very [...]

Load More Posts
Go to Top