two islands. two uniquely different vibes.
Harbour Island is a quaint, seaside town with storied New England-style architecture. Eleuthera is a sprawling stretch of wild beauty. All that separates them is a five minute ferry across sky-blue waters. Make no mistake; you visit one, you’ll want to visit the other.
an island hopping story
Harbour island & Eleuthera
The best way — correction, the only way to explore and understand the islands surrounding Harbour Island and Eleuthera is by boat. If you visit The Bahamas and don’t sail through this maze of cays, Captain Ryan will tell you straight, “You didn’t see nothin’.”learn more
the wave worshippers of eleuthera
surfer’s beach, eleuthera
The surfing culture on Eleuthera might be small, but the waves are another story entirely. There is a rough and unpaved pathway through lush overgrowth on the north end of the island. The beach there is so well-protected, one must wonder if the island means to keep it secret from the rest of the world. The awe-inspiring power of the waves and the generous surfers you meet make Surfer’s Beach a dream surf experience.learn more
A race across dunmore
dunmore town, harbour island
Harbour Island is perfect. That’s how the people who live here describe it. It’s the quintessential seaside town where everyone knows everyone. Wake up to the sound of roosters crowing. Leave a trail of footprints in pink sand. Or commandeer a golf cart, the island’s preferred method of transportation.learn more
the wondrous glass window bridgekeep reading
Many have seen images of the Glass Window Bridge, few, however, know of its home: Eleuthera. If you’re lucky, you can experience the wondrous bridge as nature intended — flying over the islands upon arrival. It is glorious, isn't it? How the waters of the Atlantic are ocean-blue, yet, the lagoon on the opposite side is turquoise-green.
queen’s bathkeep reading
The Hot Tubs, as they’re known, are half a mile south of the Glass Window Bridge. Roaring waves have formed natural pools warmed by the sun. A fitting bath for a queen in the bosom of nature, right there for travelers to soak in. There’s no better time than low tide to take in such wonder. An afternoon jaunt to the Glass Window Bridge, and a soak in Queen’s Bath…that’s living.
the pink coast
pink sands beach, harbour island
“Is it really pink?” It’s hard not to smile when travelers ask. The answer, “Of course!” At low tide, the beach is wide and welcoming, the sands pink and vibrant. The strip of hotels and restaurants with all their beachside accoutrements truly make for a brag-worthy beach day.
lady di’s pineapple fields
pineapple fields, eleuthera
Forty years tending her pineapple fields, and she knows the soil like she knows her reflection in the mirror. She’s full of love and life, and her pineapple fields are a marvel. Count yourself fortunate to meet someone of such genuine character. She is, simply put, one of a kind. Former Prime Minister of the Bahamas, Hubert Ingraham named her Lady Di. Why? You’ll have to ask her.learn more