EXUMA ISLAND HOPPING AND SWIMMING PIGS
Visit the Bahamian Rock Iguanas at Allen's Cay
Swim with the nurse sharks at Compass Cay
Swim with the famous swimming pigs at Big Major's Cay
Snorkel Pablo Escobar's sunken drug plane
Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant
Relax on one of Exuma's beautiful beaches or sandbar
ADULTS : $399
CHILD 2-6YRS : $299
Lunch at a restaurant
Local beer, soda and water
Food for the animals
CHECK IN : 8:00 AM
DEPARTURE: 8:30 AM
FULL TOUR DESCRIPTION
Discover the picturesque beauty of the Exuma Cays on a full day, all-inclusive tour led by local, experienced guides. Our beautiful and well maintained powerboats have been customized for maximum speed and comfort to get you to multiple island stops in style. Guests will experience five separate island stops to make the most of their day away from Nassau. Be sure to have your cameras or phones ready, there will be lots of beauty to capture!
Set off from the Paradise Island Ferry Terminal heading southeast for just over one hour until you arrive at Allen’s Cay. Here you will interact with the Bahamian Rock Iguanas that call this small island home. This species of lizard can be found nowhere else in the world other than three small islands in Exuma. Next you will ride south through the Exuma Cays to Compass Cay where the nurse sharks are not shy, and welcome thousands of visitors per year to their home under the docks of Compass Cay Marina. Once you’ve finished your shark swim, you will move on to your next stop, Big Major’s Cay the home of the now world famous swimming pigs! These pigs have made their way around the world thanks to shows like ABC’s The Bachelor and many social media influencers who have visited the pigs here and have shared their experiences with millions of followers. Here you will have the opportunity to feed and swim with pigs. Don’t forget to take photos!
At this point we know you have worked up an appetite, next you will be off on a quick ride to lunch. Enjoy a delicious lunch and a cold drink at a local Exuma restaurant before getting back on the boat. Next you will have the chance to snorkel at a plane wreck known famously as "Pablo Escobar's sunken plane". The plane crashed in at this spot just off Norman's Cay in the late 1970's supposedly filled with cocaine. During this time, Pablo Escobar had taken control of Norman's Cay and its small run way to utilize it as a home base and refueling point for the planes that were running cocaine from Mexico to the U.S. After you've snorkeled you will be off your last stop for the day which will be a beautiful sandbar or beach for swimming, sunbathing, and more photo taking.
*Order of itinerary is subject to change and is left to the discretion of the Captain.