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Dede's North Eleuthera Guidebook

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Dede's North Eleuthera Guidebook

Sightseeing
Located off the beaten path, just minutes away from Preacher’s Cave, Sapphire Blue Hole is a must visit! Tucked away and surrounded by native bush, this unique oasis is a great little swimming hole. Those who dare can make the 20ft jump from the blue holes edge to swim (and snorkel) in its aptly named sapphire waters.
Sapphire Blue Hole
Located off the beaten path, just minutes away from Preacher’s Cave, Sapphire Blue Hole is a must visit! Tucked away and surrounded by native bush, this unique oasis is a great little swimming hole. Those who dare can make the 20ft jump from the blue holes edge to swim (and snorkel) in its aptly named sapphire waters.
A historic landmark where some of the first settlers of Eleuthera took refuge after a storm left them shipwrecked. Also a beautiful beach!
Preacher's Cave
A historic landmark where some of the first settlers of Eleuthera took refuge after a storm left them shipwrecked. Also a beautiful beach!
The most narrow point on the entire island, The Glass Window Bridge is a very dramatic, panoramic vista. Bright turquoise on the Bank Side of Eleuthera & dark blue Atlantic waters contrast at this natural bridge.
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Glass Window Bridge
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The most narrow point on the entire island, The Glass Window Bridge is a very dramatic, panoramic vista. Bright turquoise on the Bank Side of Eleuthera & dark blue Atlantic waters contrast at this natural bridge.
A unique spot located within the northern cliffs of eleuthera where wave action has carved out caves and natural swimming pools/baths within the rocks of this dramatic Atlantic coastline. Definitely worth a visit, great spot for some spectacular photos
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Queen's Baths
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A unique spot located within the northern cliffs of eleuthera where wave action has carved out caves and natural swimming pools/baths within the rocks of this dramatic Atlantic coastline. Definitely worth a visit, great spot for some spectacular photos
Beautiful beach on the Bank Side and directly opposite the Queens Baths. Stop off here for a lovely dip in the sea.
Gaulding Cay Beach
Beautiful beach on the Bank Side and directly opposite the Queens Baths. Stop off here for a lovely dip in the sea.
Surfer's Beach
Hatchet Bay Cave
Rainbow Bay Beach
Food scene
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Daddy Joe's Restaurant
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Delicious food with their own unique twist to some traditional, local dishes. Quirky, island decor. Welcoming and friendly staff!
Surf Shack
Delicious food with their own unique twist to some traditional, local dishes. Quirky, island decor. Welcoming and friendly staff!
Stop in for a quick beer and grab a plate of conch fritters or cracked conch. Very chill and located in the heart of Gregory Town next to their beautiful natural harbour
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Unka Gene's Restaurant and Bar
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Stop in for a quick beer and grab a plate of conch fritters or cracked conch. Very chill and located in the heart of Gregory Town next to their beautiful natural harbour
Rainbow Inn Restaurant
LeoRose Sunset Beach Bar & Grill

City advice

Getting around
Driving in Eleuthera
Car rentals are available and this is definitely the best way to explore Eleuthera but please be mindful that the roads need maintenance and there are some areas with a lot of potholes. The road is long and windy and poorly lit and so I would not recommend driving at night. Day trips are best! Also, as you drive through each settlement be aware that there are usually 2-3 speed bumps but they are not marked and in some cases not very visible until you’re right upon them, so go slow while driving through each settlement/village. *Have fun, enjoy the drive and remember to keep on the left! :)