The Salt Beacon – Little Exuma

Near Williamstown up on a cliff is The Salt Beacon, A tuscan styled column built in the 1900’s  that functioned as a un-lit guide for ships to ...

The Glass Window Bridge

The Glass Window bridge, located in North Eleuthera was once a natural rock arch. It has been replaced by a man made bridge due to repeated damage fro...

The Queen’s Bath | Eleuthera

The Queen’s Bath are natural rock pools on the rugged Atlantic side of Eleuthera. Carved out from years of waves crashing into the limestone cli...

Ocean Hole | Rock Sound, Eleuthera

The Ocean Hole is an inland blue hole filled with fish. Visitors can swim, explore the area and feed the fish, but no fishing is allowed. The surrou...

I am a Thalassophile

I have a confession to make.  My Name is Ashley and I am a Thalassophile. Definition: (noun) Lover of the sea, a preference for the sea. The definit...

Queens Staircase & Fort Fincastle

The Queens Staircase & Fort Fincastle are both historic sites in The Bahamas and are in walking distance to each other. You can make a day of it ...

Kayaking with Ultimate Tours Bahamas

I was scrolling through Facebook one day and came across Ultimate Tours Bahamas Facebook page, after looking through the photos and reviews I decided ...