February 15, 2016

  • Preachers Cave, where the Eleutherian Adventures took refuge after being shipwrecked on the Devils Back Bone Reef.
  • Gregory Town, catch a wave at Surfers Beach and be amongst the "The Pineapple Town"
  • The Glass Window Bridge, stand on top of where the Caribbean Sea kisses the Atlantic Ocean.
Harbour Island
  • Try and catch one of the "Briland'" (called by it's residents) roosters that roam the streets in all their pride and glory
  • Ride horses on the renowned Pink Sand Beach.
  • Cruise on golf carts through the tiny streets of Dummore Town alongside homes that date back to the 1700's. 

  • Eleuthera - Bahamas Sea Cliff Cottage, Gregory Town, Eleuthera
  • Harbour Island - Touchstone Properties Harbour Island @touchstone.harbourisland
  • Locally Grown Pineapples and Veggies
  • Da Perk Cafe in Governors Harbour
Harbour Island 
  • Conch Salad at Queen Conch
  • Brians BBQ
  • Sip Sip for Lunch
  • Coral Sands for Dinner


Guide created by Karina Petroni

Photographs by Carl Rosen

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