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Famous Swimming Pigs Tour Bahamas - Full Day Powerboat to Exuma from Nassau

Highlights
  • Travel between highlights of the Bahamas with ease aboard a power boat
  • Splash around with the Bahamas’ swimming pigs at Pig Beach
  • Unobstructed views of the Exuma Cays from the water
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Famous Swimming Pigs Tour Bahamas - Full Day Powerboat to Exuma from Nassau
From US$399.00
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Famous Swimming Pigs Tour Bahamas - Full Day Powerboat to Exuma from Nassau
US$399.00
Overview
Experience the highlights of the Bahamas in one day on this powerboat tour from Nassau, a great choice for nature lovers and first-time visitors. Board a 39-foot (12-meter) powerboat and take a water sightseeing tour of the Exumas, stopping to swim with pigs at Pig Beach, feed Bahamian rock iguanas, swim with sharks, and visit a hidden beach. Lunch at the Staniel Cay Yacht Club is also included.
What to Expect
Get ready to explore the best of the Exumas as you depart Paradise Island on a 39 foot powerboat. The first stop on your journey (1 hour away) will be to Allen’s Cay where you’ll visit and feed the endangered Bahamian Rock Iguanas on a pristine beach. Next up is the main attraction, the swimming pigs! (1 hour and 15 minutes ride) Cruise down to Big Major Cay where you’ll be able to swim alongside the always entertaining swimming pigs while feeding them and taking a few ‘selfies’! Afterwards having worked up an appetite it’s on to nearby Staniel Cay Yacht Club (5 minute ride) to enjoy a delicious lunch.Following lunch is another short ride to Compass Cay where you can swim and interact with the nurse sharks in crystal clear water. Your final stop on the way back takes you to one of Exuma’s beautiful hidden beaches for a relaxing end to a fantastic day.
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Reviewed today
Amazing

The staff was super professional despite being around other tour companies. The weather was EXTREMELY volatile but our captain did his best and made sure that we didn't have an uncomfortable time. They checked on us around the clock, despite them having to walk around...More

Thank Michael F
Reviewed yesterday
Absolutely the best Excursion!

My wife, son, close friends and I took the tour to swim with the pigs. I can't stress enough how happy and mesmerized we were with the whole experience. Leading up to the trip, I called a few times to ask questions regarding the excursion....More

Thank iL0ve2Travelplaces
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Awesome Day but too short

This excursion been a bucket list item of mine for quite some time. Tyson and Leslie were absolutely awesome. They made sure we were comfortable, hydrated, and entertained. They pointed out various celeb homes along the way and really went out of their way to...More

Thank JHF010910
Reviewed 2 days ago
Day of Pigs!

This was such an AMAZING trip! Totally worth the cost of the trip. The crew were just great. Attentive, friendly, helpful, and ebullient. We had the best time. We'd do it again in a heartbeat.

Thank Paul S
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Incredible trip!

Could not recommend these guys enough! After looking at a few companies doing this trip it seemed clear that some of the cheaper ones don’t actually take you to the real pig island and other reviews for other companies said they felt rushed; not with...More

Thank Martyn M
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punkybrewster
5 August 2018|
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Response from Angela H | Reviewed this property |
The our trip did not. It was only iguana island , pig island , swim with sharks, lunch at Staniel Cay Yacht Club and then about an hour on a private island to do whatever we wanted.
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amiemacdonald
21 July 2018|
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Response from R5945MFdenisec |
I'm not sure i understand your question.
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Wykenio
18 July 2018|
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Response from Kenny M | Reviewed this property |
There is not much walking to be honest. Hardest bit would be getting on and off the boat.
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