Best Things To Do in Eleuthera, Bahamas

Are you looking for what to do in Eleuthera?

Eleuthera is an absolute delight to explore things to do! There are a plethora of beaches!

  • Check out Lighthouse Beach, French Leave Beach, Ten Bay Beach, Twin Cove Beach, Tarpum Bay, Rainbow Bay Beach, Winding Bay, and Lover’s Beach.
  • Snorkel at Gaulding's Cay, Princess Cays, and Current Cut.
  • Check out the Spelunking scene at Preachers' Cave, Hatchet Bay Caves, Ten Bay Beach, the caves south of Rock Sound.
  • Shop for souvenirs at Island Farm, Island Made Gift Shop, and Rebecca's Straw Market.
  • Visit the Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve, the Island’s first National Park with 171 species of indigenous plants.

Below we have a list of things to do in Eleuthera and the places where you want to spend the best moments of your trip. At the same time, the city offers you the best neighborhoods to explore and new foods to try.

This list should help you in deciding and prioritizing what you should plan on your Eleuthera getaway. Find a mix of must-see tourist spots, underrated local hangouts, and maybe even a few new experiences you can try out.

Make the most of your trip to Eleuthera with confidence.

Tourist Attractions in Eleuthera

Here is the list of things to do in Eleuthera and tourist attractions in city.

  1. Gregory Town

    Outdoors, View Point, Town, Nature

    Lying between Governor’s Harbour Airport and North Eleuthera Airport, this beautiful small town stands as a popular attraction for the tourists who come to visit Eleuthera Island. Nearly half an hour drive from the Eleuthera Airport will take you to Gregory Town. It is observed that most of the settlement of this island has happened in this town. That’s why this town is often referr...Read more
  2. Princess Cays

    Outdoors, Beach, Water Sport, Nature

    Visit this beautiful unspoiled beach of Eleuthera Island, where you can enjoy innumerable activities like beach volleyball, water sports or you can just simply relax and take stroll along the beach. Many local authorities offer cruise tour around the sea as well. If you are interested in staying by, private resorts on rent are there. If you are wondering how you are going to enjoy the water act...Read more
  3. The Glass Window Bridge

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    The Glass Window Bridge


    Often called as the narrowest place on Earth, the Glass Window Bridge is a definite place to visit in Eleuthera Island. Lying in between north end of Gregory Town and the Northern end of Eleuthera Island, this man-made bridge is surely a breathtaking place and a perfect point to get jaw-dropping views of the entire region. In one side of the bridge you get to see the lush blue color of the Atla...Read more
  4. Spanish Wells

    Outdoors, Beach, Island, Nature

    Like Harbour Island, Spanish Wells is another small island settlement located on the northwestern tip of Eleuthera Island. The easy way to reach to this beautiful small town from Eleuthera is via taxi boat. Similar to Harbour Island, settlement began on this island with a primary occupation as lobster fishing. You can take a tour around this island to take a glance of the cultural community of ...Read more
  5. Lighthouse Beach

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    Lighthouse Beach

    Outdoors, Beach, Light House, Nature

    Known for its unspoiled soft pink sand beach, this beautiful Lighthouse beach is nestled at the south most corner of Eleuthera Island. Offering ample opportunity for hikers & snorkelers, this beach is an absolute paradise for beach lovers. Though it is faced towards windward side of the island, the sea is calm enough for beginners to try their first hand swimming experience. The list of opp...Read more
  6. Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve


    This beautiful 25 acre nature preserve is located on Bank Road of Governor’s Harbour. Funded by the Bahamas National Trust and funded by the Leon Levy Foundation, the Preserve is considered as a must-visit place for environmental education. The founder Shelby White established this Preserve in memory of her late husband Leon Levy, who was very fond of plants. Today the Preserve serves as ...Read more
  7. Ten Bay Beach

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    Ten Bay Beach

    Outdoors, Beach, Nature

    One of the hidden gems of Eleuthera, located on the Caribbean side of Eleuthera Island is Ten Bay beach. With shallow water along the shoreline, the beach and the sea is absolutely perfect for families with kids to spend quality time. You can let your kids play in the water while you lie down on the soft sand with trees forming sheds for you. You can even collect sand dollars and sand conch wit...Read more
  8. French Leave Beach

    Outdoors, Beach, View Point, Nature

    Settled on the beautiful pink sand beach, surrounded by splendid coral reefs with crystal clear water spread in front with swaying coconut trees bordering the area is where this stunning beach resort is located. Perfectly placed in a proper spot to capture the cool tropical breeze, French Leave Beach is ideal for those who wish to enjoy solitude. No crowd on the beach, no casinos or cruise ship...Read more
  9. The Ocean Hole

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    The Ocean Hole

    Outdoors, Water Body, Lake

    Visit the world renowned natural ‘blue hole’ of the Eleuthera Island, called The Ocean Hole. People say the hole is bottomless. The inland salt water lake formed in the hole has a link to the ocean. However, till today no connection has been found. Yet, the lake is always filled with sea water and sea- life. Tourists from distant places come here just to take a bath for a few minute...Read more
  10. Queen's Bath

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    Queen's Bath

    Outdoors, Water Body, Nature

    Located on the Atlantic side of Eluethera island, Queen’s Bath is commonly referred as the Hot Tubs of Eleuthera. Filled with natural pools, Queen’s Bath is often recommended for taking a nice swimming session in the calm warm water of the sea. The place is safe for kind and adults only during low tide season. This is because, during this time of the day the sea remains calm and cle...Read more
  11. Island Farm

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    Island Farm

    Outdoors, Nature, Farm

    If you are big foodie and are looking for a place to try the best cuisines of the island, come to this Island Farm. A business established by Anne and Clyde Bethel, the Farm offers great fresh baked bread, jams, salsa salad dressings and some more authentic food of Eleuthera Island. Visit this farm to buy some fresh garden vegetables, home-made sauce, delicious fruits and many more. The best an...Read more
  12. Oceanview Farm

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    Oceanview Farm

    Beach, Entertainment, Nature

    Newly opened tourist site, the Oceanview farm is the only trail with horse riding facilities on the Eleuthera islands. Located in the Governor’s Harbour on Banks Road, this farm is a great appeal even for natural lovers and bird watchers, apart from horse riding enthusiasts. For the horse riders, the Oceanview farm is a heaven. It’s riding trail offers amazing horse riding experienc...Read more
  13. Preachers Cave

    Outdoors, Cave, Nature

    Situated on the extreme North end of Eleuthera Island, Preacher’s Cave has both historical and natural appeal for its visitors. This blue-shadowed cave was first discovered in 1647 by William Sayle and a group of Christian they fled from Bermuda in search of religious freedom. They were ship-wrecked off Eleuthera Island and it is in this cave where they took refuge. In fact, this cave was...Read more
  14. Hatchet Bay Cave

    Outdoors, Cave

    If you are fond of exploring caves, Hatchet Bay cave should be considered in your itinerary list. One of the largest system of caves in the Caribbean, this cave is referred as the gem filled with stalagmites and stalactites. The entrance of the cave gives an appearance of “vaulted cathedral”. Step inside the cave and you can see the graffiti of charcoal drawings nearly a century old...Read more
  15. Tarpum Bay

    Art And Culture, Outdoors, Waterfront, Town

    It is a small settlement within the island of Eleuthera and a beautiful place to spend few peaceful hours with families and friends. With a stunning waterfront, this picturesque town is considered as heaven for bone fishing. If you have a liking for bone fishing, you cannot give a miss to this beautiful town. The town is also said to be the home for many artists of the Bahamas. Hence, while exp...Read more