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All reviews caribbean sea blow hole bodies of water deep blue lane bridge natural bridge be careful on the rocks atlantic side two oceans north eleuthera airport natural wonder pull over both sides take pictures high tide harbour island
This is a phenomenon. There is a fairly narrow bridge that goes across and literally on one side is the dark blue swell of the Atlantic Ocean and then look the other side the incredible turquoise of the Caribbean Sea. Ones of natures beautiful spectacles...More
This was my second visit to the glass window bridge, its just as breathtaking the second time. Some people say locals can cliff dive there on calm days. Crazy! Traffic is dangerous there, get out anyway! Its worth it look under the bridge!
Having friends who've been to the Bahamas numerous times, they know what eye-dropping sites to visit. This wasn't far from our private hotel stay at Cocodimama Resort Hotel (I've reviewed this as well). On one side, the raging Atlantic Ocean, and you turn and are...More
We visited the Glass Window and the difference in the colour and manner of the seas (Atlantic was wild and wavey, Caribbean sea calm and tranquil) was quite surreal and it was definitely worth the drive from Governors Harbour. It was also very quiet, we...More
Firstly only one ocean flows through the whole Bahamas, that is the Atlantic ocean, the Glass Window Bridge deep water side is the Atlantic and the shallow side is The Exima Sound , but still the Atlantic ocean, the Caribbean sea borders stop on the...More
A concrete nightmare... Such beauty, the pounding Atlantic, Dark Blue with a 3+m swell, and the calm turquoise Caribbean sea on the other side of a small rocky channel that only floods from the Atlantic When winds blow and waves crash during High tide... Bridged...More
Wow! Pictures don't do it justice. The view is absolutely breathtaking. Wear solid shoes for climbing around on the rocks & don't forget your camera. We were in chacos - rocks are sharp & unforgiving! Our youngest was 9 and enjoyed the visit too. Parking...More
if you ferried to Spanish Wells told arrive at 1030am and have to leave at 430pm on the Bahamas ferries. from there you'd take a smaller ferry (5mins- leaving all the time $5 o/w) to Eleuthera. arrange a rental car ($110 for... More
if you ferried to Spanish Wells told arrive at 1030am and have to leave at 430pm on the Bahamas ferries. from there you'd take a smaller ferry (5mins- leaving all the time $5 o/w) to Eleuthera. arrange a rental car ($110 for the day) ahead of time you meet you at Gene's dock where the ferry lands. You could probably get halfway down the island and back whole takimg short deliberate stops along the way.