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If your looking to an adventurous day in the exumas, we've got you covered! The Island of Staniel Cay itsleft has so many wonderful places to see such as, pirate beach and other hidden beaches. But the surounding islands is also non stop exploring adventure. You will discover caves, isloled islands, beautiful sand bars in the middle of the ocean, the island where the sea stars live, the "aquarium" a very popular reef scuba spot and so much more.

Our crew will take you to some of the best known spots in the Bahamas as well as the secret areas not many people have seen. 

Staniel Cay and the surrounding islands have so much to offer. Every island is different and offers a new and unique experience. 

The Swimming Pigs

Yes, it’s true, pigs swim! Just around the corner from Staniel Cay, on the back of Big Majors, is “pig beach.” Wild pigs inhabit the island, lounge on the beach and swim out to approaching boats because they have learned that boats tend to bring them food! Although it is entertaining to see and feed the pigs, please use caution. Especially when food is out, the pigs can get aggressive. Never feed them by hand – throw the food toward them instead – and be aware of where they are at all times.








Iguanas live on Bitter Guana Cay, a couple of miles south of Staniel Cay. These prehistoric-looking creatures are not shy, and if you want to feed them bring them greens, vegetables & fruits.

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Nurse Sharks

Nurse Sharks are known as the “less scary” type of shark around here, and you will often see them circling for scraps at the local fish-cleaning benches. A few miles north of Staniel Cay, is a spot known for their “pet” nurse sharks, which visitors can pet and, for the bravest souls, swim with in the water. .


Thunderball Grotto

The Thunderball Grotto is known world-wide as an outstanding snorkeling attraction. On-site filming of the James Bond movies “Thunderball” and “Never Say Never Again,” as well as the movie “Splash,” showed off the exquisite beauty of this snorkel spot and made it famous. The hollowed out rock, just to the north of the Yacht Club and most easily accessible at slack tide, creates a natural fish bowl where sea creatures of all kinds and colors congregate.

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More  Fun Things To Do

All kinds of fishing! Saltwater sport fishing, bone fishing, deep drop, etc. Local guides available.
Excellent swimming spots throughout the clear, shallow waters
Beautiful beaches scattered throughout the area. If someone is already on one beach, go to the next one for your own private spot!


  • Visiting the sea turtles at Farmers Cay

  • Diving at the underwater piano mermaid statue 

  • World-class snorkeling

  • Scuba

  • Guided snorkeling and scuba tours through a variety of dive spots and reefs

  • Sightseeing tours with local guides

  • Shelling

  • Beachcombing

  • Exploring other islands

  • Boating

  • Wind-surfing

  • Biking

  • Kayaking

  • Paddle-boarding

  • Kite-boarding

  • Star-gazing (Be sure to look up on a clear night)

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