There are a number of land and water based activities to keep one occupied while on Eleuthera. Below is a list of possible activities, tours, and explorations.
Fishbone Tours (Savannah Sound) - take a ride with Captain Bubba. Catch and release turtles, spearfish, snorkel, catch conch and starfish, have lunch on the beach.
Eleuthera Tours (Cape Eleuthera) - venture with Kristel and Donald for an adventure of a lifetime. Have lunch on deserted Schooner Cays, snorkel, spearfish, catch conch, and chill.
Harbour Island and Spanish Wells - Eleuthera's two neighboring islands are both reached by water taxi from the island's ferry docks in the north. Both islands require rental of a golf cart to get around. Harbour Island has lots to do while Spanish Wells has very little.
Glass Window Bridge - the bridge connects two parts of Eleuthera that were broken apart during a storm. It is a very photogenic spot due to the contrasting waters on both sides of the island. The west is a glowing aqua while the east is deep blue. Those two bodies of water seem to collide under the bridge.
The Queen's Baths - this natural formation just south of Glass Window is a natural set of rock pools that collect water. You can climb down and sit in the warm water and experience a true natural hot tub.
The Cow and The Bull - a pair of large boulders just off of Queen's Highway south of Glass Window that resemble their namesake.
The Cliffs - located in Rainbow Bay, this heritage site provides dramatic views, rocky hiking, natural water pools, and cliff jumping.
Hayne's Library - built in 1897 and lovingly preserved, the library is beautiful both inside and out with fantastic views of Cupid's Cay and Anchor Bay.
Leon Levy Preserve - is the first national park on the island of Eleuthera. It is an environmental educational center as well as a facility for the propagation of native plants and trees.
James Cistern Ocean Hole - said to be how the settlement got it's name this ocean hole is quite brackish and a bit polluted. It served the naval facility as a drinking supply and the equipment used to gather its water still remains.
Boiling Hole - located just south of Rock Sound on the side of Queen's Highway sits this interesting ocean hole lined with small caves. It is interesting to explore the area and the nearby Spider Caves.
The Ocean Hole - in the settlement of Rock Sound sits the ultra-wide ocean hole, a deep sea hole that has an abundance of fish life.
Scuba Diving / Snorkeling
Cotton Bay Diving (Davis Harbour, Eleuthera)
Valentine's Dive Resort (Harbour Island)
Clearwater Dive Shop (Governor's Harbour) - rental equipment only including tanks and weights.
Captain Z (Gregorytown) - 242-551-0641
Captain Sean Morgan (Gregorytown) - 242-551-0641
Naaman Rolle (James Cistern) - 242-359-7166
Gershom Pinder (Hatchet Bay) - 242-464-0754
Paul Petty (Governor's Harbor) - 242-332-2963
Addison Cooper (Palmetto Point) - 242-332-1288
Denny Rankin (Savannah Sound) - 242-332-6035
Julius Rankine (Savannah Sound) - 242-332-6524
Ten Bay Caves (Savannah Sound) - just north of SeaDreams are the Ten Bay Caves. There are multiple caverns reached via a ladder as well as a very populated bat cave. Be prepared to walk through guano. The caves lead out onto the northern end of Ten Bay Beach.
Hatchet Bay Caves (Hatchet Bay) - this small series of graffiti filled caves are very beginner friendly with large open space and ladder entry. There is another cave entrance behind the more popular one for more experienced spelunkers.
Spider Caves aka Boiling Hole (Rock Sound) - follow the trail behind the Boiling Hole historical site in Rock Sound to find the ladder to the Spider Caves. They are wide open and easily accessible via ladder.
Preacher's Cave (Tay Bay Beach) - just across from Tay Bay Beach is this large open cavern where Eleuthera was first settled.
Gale Hole Cave (Green Castle) - a small cavern marked by a hut sitting over the opening. This cavern was and is still used as protection from hurricanes.
Surfer Pete (Gregorytown) - 242-335-5436
Tom Glucksman (Gregorytown) - 242-335-0349
The Cotton Bay Club is closed and in disrepair. The new Cotton Bay golf course is still in development. Nassau is the nearest open golf course, unfortunately.