Your Miami to Eleuthera day trip to Bahamas would not be complete without a visit to the Glass Window Bridge off the coast of Gregory Town Eleuthera Bahamas. There is something truly fascinating about observing the line that separates the Atlantic Ocean from the Caribbean, particularly when viewed from the Glass Window Bridge Eleuthera. Contrary to what the name suggests, the bridge is, in fact, an open air road leading along the most narrow point of Eleuthera. On the eastern side you will have a clear view of the deep blue Atlantic Ocean, and on the western side you will be able to enjoy the immense beauty of the light turquoise Caribbean Sea. This site displays the heavy contrast between these two oceans in a marvellous way.
Preacher’s Cave is another natural feature that you simply must visit on your tour of Gregory Town Eleuthera Bahamas. This cave’s name was given to it because of the religious significance of the site. William Sayle and a group of Christians in search of religious freedom discovered this cave having been shipwrecked on the Devil’s Backbone reef, they washed ashore and found this cave, where they built an altar and conducted a religious service. The name carried over to the nearby beach, which is now known as Preacher’s Beach, and is an exceptional spot to stop for some sightseeing, sunbathing and perhaps even a picnic.
During your entire stay on Eleuthera you will find evidence of the immense popularity of this fruit, from the delicious desserts and meals that they make with it, to the resort and festival that are named after it. In fact, on your Miami to Eleuthera day trip to Bahamas you may hear Gregory Town Bahamas being referred to as “Pineapple City”.
A little known fact about the Bahamas is that they were the first country to produce pineapples on a commercial scale. A trip to Gregory Town Bahamas will give you the chance to visit the pineapple fields, and taste what is said to be the world’s sweetest pineapple.