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The most beautiful place on earth!
The seas of the Exuma Islands have been described by astronauts orbiting the Earth as the most beautiful waters on the planet. Composed of 365 islands, one for each day of the year, a visit to the Exumas is an invitation to get on a boat and experience the emotion of the sea and its surroundings at its best. The Exumas are famous for their sapphire blue waters, which are so beautiful that their brilliant colors can be seen from space. This chain of islands boasts secluded, footprint-free beaches, deserted cayes, and ultra-exclusive resorts. Nature outnumbers man here, the coastlines are unspoiled and the private islands are home to some of the world’s most famous celebrities, including a plethora of four-legged local celebrities.
Meet the adorable and famous swimming pigs of Exuma
This is an experience not to be missed while in town. Do you want to know how the pigs got to Pig Beach? We are not sure. Big Major Cay is an uninhabited island and the pigs are not indigenous to the island. Some claim that they were abandoned by a group of sailors who intended to return and cook them. The stories are many and no one is sure which one is correct. But on the one hand, these pigs have become one of the great attractions of this place. No other place in the world offers the traveler an encounter with a whole key of pigs.
Less than an hour from Nassau, in a small town called Compass Cay in Exuma, there is a corner of crystal clear turquoise waters, where nurse sharks and multi-colored fish abound.
Swim with sharks. This is one of the tours offered by the island of Exuma, a paradise made up of 365 keys, where you can dive and snorkel in spectacular grottoes and caves, as well as swim with pigs, interact with iguanas on the beach and enjoy a rainbow. of blues
The world’s deepest salt water blue hole can be found near Clarence Town on the coast of Long Island, The Bahamas.
A blue hole is an underwater cavern and sometimes it is also called a sinkhole.
There is no shortage of blue holes on the planet, but Dean’s blue hole is the deepest and considered one of the most beautiful ones as well.
It is widely considered to be one of the world’s best diving and snorkelling site.
The water is very clear as its visibility reaches up to 30 meters. The blue hole’s deepest point is 202 metres (663 ft) but if you pass the hole and swim around, the depth of the water will be only waist-deep. Because of its enclosed nature, wind does not reach it and there are no big waves either, making it an ideal place even for beginner swimmers.
Typically, blue holes look like ponds, but Dean’s blue hole is a different one in many ways. It is connected to the Atlantic through an inlet on one side and framed by cliffs and white sand beaches on the other.
The diameter of the hole is between 25 and 35 meters, thus it is easy to swim past it. Once you reach 20 meters below the water, the diameter of the blue hole extends to approximately 100 meters wide.
Besides being one of the best spots in the world to dive and swim, it is also a marvellous sight in itself. Beaches around the blue hole are also clear and excellent spots to tan in the sun.
Wherever your Exuma beach tour may take you or what it may involve, you are sure to have some great fun splashing around in the famous waters of the Caribbean Sea. Remember to bring your swimsuit, sunblock and a desire to have lots of fun
Great for company getaways and large family vacations. Enjoy 8hrs visiting unique sites with your own private tour guide.
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Joined one of our scheduled tours. Spend 8 hrs visiting and experiencing the major sites around the Exuma Cays