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Experience The Magical Adventure of The Exuma Cays

Join us for a magical Staniel Cay Adventure and you will have an experience like no other! Are you looking for something new and exciting? Then look no further than our list of unique tours that are not offered by anyone else. We at Staniel Cay Adventures have curated a list of activities for you that will surely get you excited.

Staniel Cay Adventures Bahamas experiance

Da Bahamian Experience

“Dis we culture” Local knowledge is the best knowledge. Join us as we show you how we do it Bahamian style. Your captain and mate will catch, prepare and cook a meal Bahamian style on a white sandy beach as you enjoy an ice cold beverage and play beach games.

Activities Include: Spear fishing, Conch diving, A Seafood grill out, Conch salad mixing, A Pristine beach picnic, Transcend Music, Beach and Water Games, and Water toys (Tubing, and/or knee boarding).

This  experience is available as a Private Tour

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Staniel Cay Swimming Pigs Day Tour“Dis we culture” Local knowledge is the best knowledge. Join us as we show you how we do it Bahamian style. You, your captain and your mate will use Bahamian techniques of hand line fishing, spearfishing and rod fishing to catch, your fish for the day. Also we will try to free dive for Conch so that we can prepare the Bahamian style ceviche AKA “Conch Salad”. We will clean the fish with or for you and prepare them with traditional Bahamian spices to finish them off over the old style Bahamian beach grill on a white sandy beach. You will be able to enjoy beach games as well as water towables including tubes and kneeboards. We will provide ice cold beverages of your choice on the beach as you enjoy some traditional Bahamian music.

This whole experience is what The Bahamas is all about! You will truly feel like a local after taking part in this once in a lifetime experience. Also take what you learn and then go do it yourself and show your friends because you will truly be able to show them a unique experience!

 

Activities Include: Spear fishing, Conch diving, A Seafood grill out, Conch salad mixing, A Pristine beach picnic, Transcend Music, Beach and Water Games, and Water toys (Tubing, and/or knee boarding).

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Mermaid Melody

Looking for true love? You’ll be astonished at what can be found just under the surface of the breath taking Bahamian waters. Enjoy a beautiful boat ride to some of the Exuma Cays most secret attractions that are like no other!

Activities Include: Snorkeling the sunken mermaid and piano, Visiting a turtle sanctuary, Frolicking on beautiful white bay beach, and enjoying lunch at a local restaurant in the settlement of Black Point.

This  experience is available as a Private Tour.

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Staniel Cay Swimming Pigs Day TourHave You Ever Seen a Mermaid Playing a Piano?

Looking for true love? You’ll be astonished at what can be found just under the surface of the breath taking Bahamian waters. Enjoy a beautiful boat ride to some of the Exuma Cays most secret attractions that are like no other! Mr Copperfield did a really cool thing back in 2011. He commissioned an artist to sculpt a statue of a mermaid looking at a grand piano. He then sank the sculpture in about 13-15 feet of water off of Rudder Cay, which is just south of Musha Cay, and had a contest to see who could find it. Since then it has become a go to site for snorkeling among cruisers, charters, and day boats tours .

Staniel Cay Adventure Activities Include:

Snorkeling the sunken mermaid and piano, Visiting a turtle sanctuary, Frolicking on beautiful white bay beach, and enjoying lunch at a local restaurant in the settlement of Black Point.

Other  Staniel Cay Tours

Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park

Pablo Escobar's Adventure

Normans Cay is widely known as the stronghold for world renowned drug kingpin Pablo Escobar and the base of his Caribbean drug trafficking operation. Just off the coast we head to explore a submerged drug trafficking airplane that crashed shortly after take off.
Activities Include: Swimming in Rachel’s bubble bath, Snorkeling and exploring Rocky Dundas, Frolicking on Shroud cay sand bar, Snorkeling Pablo Escobars drug plane, and Enjoying lunch on Norman’s Cay at Mc Duffs
This  experience is available as a Private Tour.

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Pablo Escobar’s Drug Plane & Norman’s Cay

n 1978 Pablo’s smuggling point man Carlos Lehder gradually began taking over Norman’s Cay from the locals by purchasing small portions of the island. Shortly after, Lehder hustled them out for a full-scale commandeering of the property with the guise of using it as a strategic point for drug runners to rest and refuel on their way to the United States from Colombia.

The wreckage of one of Pablo and Carlos’ plane, a Curtiss C-46 Commando, lies just off of the cay in shallow water. We will anchor the boat and snorkel the most famous plane crash in the Bahamas.

Afterwards we will head on over to the island itself and grab lunch at Mc Duffs Restaurant which is one of the best Restaurants in the Exuma Cays.

Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park Adventures

Rachel’s Bubble Bath

A short walk to the lagoon on the north end of Compass Cay that borders Conch Cut, an “inlet” from Exuma Sound, and the southern boundary of the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park. Here we will relax as the waves from the Exuma Sound break over the rocks and cause froth on the surface similar to a bubble bath.

Rocky Dundas

“Rocky Dundas” is an ancient, hidden cave in the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park. The cave is only accessible by swimming under a partially submerged ledge that will lead you to this enchanted, large open cavern. Ancient stalactites reach down from the ceiling and stalagmites rise up from the floor to greet them. The entire interior of this cave is covered in rich, colorful algae. There is little known history on this natural phenomenon, however being protected in this national park, it remains in it’s pure, pristine state.

Shroud Cay Sandbar

We will stop and enjoy this sandbar just off of Shroud Cay that is one of the most pristine sandbars in the Exuma Cays!

Swimming with turtles

Turtley Awesome Tour

The Fountain of youth will have you saying “Age ain’t nothin but a number” as we journey to visit the long lived sea turtles at Farmers Cay. Swim and pet the sea turtles as a local prepares your freshly made conch salad.
Activities Include: Swimming with the Farmers Cay turtles, Visiting Rutter Cut cave, exploring the Fountain of youth and Oven Rock, relaxing on a beautiful sandbar, and visiting Neighbor Cay Island.
This  experience is available as a Private Tour.

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Activities Include: Swimming with the Farmers Cay turtles, Visiting Rutter Cut cave, exploring the Fountain of youth and Oven Rock, relaxing on a beautiful sandbar, and visiting Neighbor Cay Island

The Fountain of youth will have you saying “Age ain’t nothin but a number” as we journey to visit the long lived sea turtles at Farmers Cay. Swim and pet the sea turtles as a local prepares your freshly made conch salad.

Swim and Feed The Turtles

Little Farmer’s Cay

 

Take a Staniel Cay Adventures Tour to Little Farmer’s Cay . This tiny cay has a population of 66.

Little Farmer’s CayLittle Farmer’s Cay is also home to abundant wildlife, including exotic birds, sea turtles, dolphins, sharks and tropical fish. Deep sea caves and coral reefs are nearby for world-class diving and snorkeling.

Little Farmer’s is located on the banks side of the southern Exuma Cays just 20 nm south of Staniel Cay. It’s easily reached from either the south or north on the banks side. Farmer’s Cay Cut offers access from Exuma Sound, but use caution in this cut. It’s wide, deep and easy to read, but a large swell from sustained easterly winds against an ebb tide can make it a rough ride. The currents are also quite strong.

Located just south of Big Farmer’s Cay, this stretch of pure white sand emerges from blue-green water at low tide. It is widely known as the “Mile-long Sandbar” and is perfect for shelling, sunbathing, and picnicking. You will have it all to yourself on most days!

Little Farmer’s Cay

Here at Little Farmers Cay is where you will swim and be able to pet wild sea turtles. The turtles come into the bay because of the locals that clean conch in the water and have become so accustom to the locals feeding them conch that now they let most people pet them. (As long as you have a snack for them)

The Sandbar

Located just south of Big Farmer’s Cay, this stretch of pure white sand emerges from blue-green water at low tide. It is widely known as the “Mile-long Sandbar” and is perfect for shelling, sunbathing, and picnicking. You will have it all to yourself on most days!

The Fountain of Youth and Oven Rock

Oven Rock is a lone standing pinnacle of limestone rock that has an opening that is eerily similar to an Oven. It is topped with a large Osprey nest that is sometimes occupied by an Osprey and its young.

The Fountain of youth is a freshwater pond inside of a cave system and legend has it tasing a dip in this pond will give you eternal youth!

Swimming with Sharks

Whale Tale Tour

This educational tour explores the effects of plastics in our ocean and its majestic creatures. You will snorkel in one of the most pristine ecosystems that is loaded with aquatic life and tropical fish, so much so that it is referred to as “The Sea Aquarium”.

Activities Include: Snorkeling The Sea Aquarium and sunken plane, Visiting Warderick Wells and The Whale Skeleton, Relaxing on Lil Norman’s sand bar and enjoying lunch at Mc Duffs Restaurant on Norman’s Cay

This  experience is available as a Private Tour.

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The Exuma Cays Land & Sea Park

The 176-square-mile Exuma Cays Land and Sea National Park, created in 1958, was the first land and sea park in the world and is one of the most successful marine parks. It is the first “no-take reserve” (all fishing is prohibited) in the wider Caribbean. This stretch of pristine water, land and beaches is an ecological preserve and wildlife refuge famous for its breath-taking marine environment.

The Sea Aquarium

The sea aquarium is sort of a natural exotic gathering of colorful fish and so many in fact that it looks like a staged aquarium from the inside. Here you will snorkel with many different species of fish including yellowtail snapper, grouper, sergeant majors, bar jacks and many many more. There is also an impressive array of coral life that creates the small reef you will be snorkeling on.

The Sunken Plane

Located just a few hundred feet from the Sea Aquarium is the Sunken Plane, here you can dive down and visit an underwater crash site of a small passenger plane that is loaded with fish and corals surrounding it! This is one of many different aircraft that have crash landed in the Exuma Cays.

Warderick Wells & The Whale Skeleton

Warderick Wells is the base for the headquarters of the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park, there is a small gift shop you may purchase shirts from and give donations to the park for conservation purposes. Here we will see what plastics can do to our marine life as we take a look at the skeleton of a 53ft sperm whale that died from eating a plastic bag!

Lil Normans and Normans

Lil Normans has a beautiful sandbar that we will park the boat and enjoy some of the crystal blue Bahamian waters. After relaxing for some time we will hop on over to Normans Cay and eat lunch at one of the best restuaraunts in the Exuma Cays, Mc Duffs.

Pigs Beach Pig

The Original Swimming Pig Tour

 Pigs can’t fly but they sure can swim; join us as we embark on this magical adventure! Swim with friendly sharks at compass cay, feed the swimming pigs and get a close look at the endangered Bahamian Rock Iguanas all while cruising in the pristine waters of the Exuma Cays.
Activities Include: Visit and feed the original Swimming Pigs, Swim with sharks at Compass Cay, Play on pipe creek sandbar, visit the Endangered Bahamian Rock Iguanas, Snorkel thunderball Grotto, and Enjoy lunch at the world famous Staniel Cay Yacht Club.
This  experience is available as a Group Tour or Private Tour

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Staniel Cay Swimming Pigs Day TourThe Swimming Pigs At Pigs Beach

In the middle of paradise, with billionaires and celebrities for neighbors, is an island populated only by swimming pigs. For decades, this archipelago of 365 islands would remain largely unknown to the world. It would not be a ruthless pirate, pioneering loyalists, a notorious drug kingpin, or the infamous Fyre Festival that would unveil Exuma to the world, but rather the most unlikely of creatures. Appearing in magazines, videos, newspapers, commercials, TV shows, and countless selfies, the Swimming Pigs of Exuma, in the Bahamas, have become a bucket-list sensation and have been named one of the marvels of the universe.

Big Major Cay,  is a  daydream when you meet the inhabitants: loud, snorting pigs paddling out to greet you like a jolly bunch of golden retrievers rushing to the door when their owner finally gets home from a long day of work.

The locals at Big Major’s “Pig Beach” are transplants rather than native islanders, just like many of the people you’ll meet in the area. And though they’ve clearly taken to their tropical digs and rising popularity — spurred in part by a dramatic appearance on “The Bachelor” and more than a few well-liked Instagram posts — the rewards of fame are  free food.   Most tours to the island start at  9 a.m. It’s best to go early in the morning for the most uninterrupted attention from the pigs. By late afternoon, you’ll usually find them tuckered out with full bellies, and they’re more likely to lounge in the sand than to paddle through the water with you.

Swim with Sharks at Compass Cay

Does swimming with the sharks sound dangerous?  This part of the Swimming Pigs Tour can be loads of fun!  Nurse sharks, the bottom-dwelling sharks that live in warm, shallow waters of the Bahamas are a friendly bunch. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to get up close at Compass Cay just north of Staniel Cay

The nurse sharks are – for the most part – harmless to swimmers and snorkelers.

Nurse sharks may have the ominous dorsal fin of a predator but they are much more easygoing than your average shark. These sharks are greyish-brown in appearance, reach 7.5 to 9.75 feet long, and weigh up to 300 pounds! Young nurse sharks can be identified by their spots. Nurse sharks feed on the fish, squid, and crabs of shallow ocean floors, and use their strong jaws to crush and eat shellfish, and even coral.

Is it safe to swim with nurse sharks?

A human fear of sharks is not without reason, but it just so happens that nurse sharks are laid-back and mostly harmless. That is why many divers and snorkelers visit the Bahamas to swim with sharks. Nurse sharks that live near marinas are fed by local fisherman and have grown accustomed to the presence of humans. This makes them much more friendly. Having your own  day tour with Staniel Cay Adventures allows you to take advantage of every opportunity to swim with the nurse sharks.

Visit The Bahamian Rock Iguanas

The Exuma Island Iguana is a critically endangered subspecies of northern Bahamian rock iguana that is found on the Exuma island chain in the Bahamas with a wild population of 1,300 animals, it is listed on the IUCN Red List. Iguanas of  Bitter Guana Cay is a must stop to visit with amazing coral rock formations hand over a picture perfect little sandy beach. The Exuma Island iguana is the smallest of the three subspecies of C. cychlura. It attains a total length of close to 3.3 ft. Its coloration is dark-gray to black, with white or orange tinged scales on the head and snout depending upon which cay the iguana is from. As soon as you step on Bitter Guana Cay, you will notice the island is filled with iguanas. These iguanas are endangered species, with the population being less than 5,000.

If you just pass by, you will not notice the dozen of iguanas on the island; they won’t move or scurry or even blink. When you pull up in the boat and hit the sandy beach they will run out to greet to you like a long lost friend. They hang around like puppy dogs, basking in the sun & playing with the visitors. Just like the other islands in The Exumas that are inhabited by wildlife, these  are accustomed to people visiting them. As you walk the beach, you will notice some stay in hiding; they are super friendly, although they will only let you get so close.

Due to their isolation to the rest of the world, the iguanas are indigenous to this island & are not found anywhere else. This subspecies is found on at least seven small cays throughout the central and southern Exuma island chain of the Bahamas: Bitter Guana Cay, Gaulin Cay, White Bay Cay, Noddy Cay, North Adderly Cay, Leaf Cay, and Guana Cay. The entire population on Leaf Cay was translocated to Pasture Cay in 2002.The Exuma Island iguana utilizes a variety of habitats from sandy beaches and xeric limestone devoid of vegetation to dry forests. The iguanas use limestone crevices or sand burrows for retreats at night and in adverse weather conditions The Exuma Island iguana, like most Cyclura species is primarily herbivorous, consuming leaves, flowers, berries, and fruits from over 100 plant species. Favored food plants include seaside rock shrub , darling plum , pride of big pine , joewood , black torch , seagrape  silver thatch palm, white stopper , bay cedar , and the rotting fruit of seven-year apple .  The Exuma Island iguana is also an important means of distributing these seeds to new areas (particularly when females migrate to their nesting areas) and, as the largest native herbivores of their island’s ecosystem, they are essential for maintaining the balance between climate and vegetation.  The longevity record in captivity for an Exuma Island iguana is twenty-three years, six months.

The iguanas live in large social colonies with a lack of social structure; typically not aggressive towards each other. They bask in the sun, relax & greet with visitors to their own private island.

Snorkel Thunderball Groto

Thunderball Grotto is a incredible underwater cave  which has starred in not One, but two James Bond movies Retrace 007’s swim-finned steps with an unforgettable excursion to this famous turquoise grotto.

Cue the martinis, bombshells in bikinis, and MI6 secret weapons. Thunderball Grotto, an underwater cave that’s been featured in two James Bond movies, also happens to be one of the most spectacular places to snorkel in the Bahamas.

A short boat ride from the northwest coast of Staniel Cay in the Exumas, Thunderball Grotto has played host to several silver screen gems, including Bond flicks Thunderball (1965) and Never Say Never Again (1983), Splash (yes, the one where Daryl Hannah plays a mermaid), and Into the Blue, starring Jessica Alba.

In Thunderball, Sean Connery’s James Bond heads to the Bahamas to recover two nuclear warheads stolen by global terrorist organization SPECTRE.

Lunch at Staniel Cay Yacht Club

Located along the turquoise waters of the Exuma Cays, the dock-side bar at the Staniel Cay Yacht Club, which was recently awarded the #2 spot on 10best for the top Caribbean Beach Bars, pours traditional island cocktails to the sounds in a lively atmosphere. The deck offers a front row seat for watching yachts and boats pull in and out of one of the exuma cays hottest bars! Eat locally caught fish and lobster or enjoy tasty tacos, at the yacht club they have a meal for everyone’s palate.

Activities Include: Visit and feed the original Swimming Pigs, Swim with sharks at Compass Cay, Play on pipe creek sandbar, visit the Endangered Bahamian Rock Iguanas, Snorkel Thunderball Grotto, and Enjoy lunch at the world famous Staniel Cay Yacht Club

Snorkeling Staniel Cay

Snorkeling The Exuma Cay's

Snorkeling the Exumas Islands, Bahamas is considered one of the top reef and marine life experiences in the Caribbean. The coral reefs make up a magical underwater world for visitors snorkeling Exumas to enjoy, but they have much more to offer. Reefs are home to thousands of different species of marine life and function as a sustainable eco-system. They are also important for the whole ocean eco-system.

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Snorkeling in The Exuma Cays With Staniel Cay Adventures

The shallow, crystal-clear azure waters reveal the true wealth of the Exumas, corals and sea fans scattered across the brilliant, white sand bottom. Turtle and grouper huddle with lobster under each sun-dappled nugget of coral. A halo of brightly tinted tropical fish surrounds each coral head, living jewels creating a wealth beyond gold. The Exumas are not on the regular tourist trail, which makes them even more inviting. Many of the islands are privately owned by celebrities and others, and have been the location for several films, most notably the James Bond film, Thunderball Grotto and Pirates of the Caribbean beach scenes.

Snorkeling the Exumas Islands, Bahamas is considered one of the top reef and marine life experiences in the Caribbean. The coral reefs make up a magical underwater world for visitors snorkeling Exumas to enjoy, but they have much more to offer. Reefs are home to thousands of different species of marine life and function as a sustainable eco-system. They are also important for the whole ocean eco-system.

Many of the marine organisms use carbon dioxide that is in ocean water to produce hard shells that are a natural filtration system. They help reduce the overall carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. If these reefs were destroyed, the rise in carbon dioxide would have a detrimental effect on all life. It is estimated that a quarter of the world’s fish breed in or near coral reefs. Often called barrier reefs, they also protect the island coastlines from erosion during storms and high tide.

Snorkeling is the simplest and easiest way to enjoy the underwater world that surrounds the Exumas Islands. It doesn’t require sophisticated gear or much training. For those who can swim, it just takes a few minutes to learn how to breathe with the snorkel. Children and first-timers can gradually get used to it and go farther and farther out. There are tens of thousands of shallow water sites that are full of coral reefs and marine life.

Staniel Cay Swimming Pigs Day Tour Frequently Asked Questions

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What is Provided For The Swimimng Pigs Tour?

  • Fluffy Towels
  • Water and soft drinks with lots of ice for those hot days
  • Snacks
  • Fish and Pig Snacks
  • Sunscreen if needed
  • Snorkeling gear that is professionally maintained
  • Beach chairs and floats
  • Phone Chargers and power supply
  • Digital photos for download
  • Local and experienced Boat Captain

You provide:

  • Camera or smart phone
  • Swim suit, hat and cover up for sun protection
  • Cash for lunch, tips and $10 per person to swim with the pet sharks

How far in advance do you need to book a swimming pigs day tour?

The further out you book, the better chance of booking your preferred date. Staniel Cay Day Tours get booked fast make your booking in advance if you can’t then email or call us and we will try to accommodate your schedule.

Can I book Staniel Cay Swimming Pigs Day Tours by phone?

Yes! Call 1.242.524.8062

Can I book a private trip?

Yes, we offer private charter trips. Please see the chart below.

Does the tour still go out if it rains?

We go out as long as the weather permits, depending on the water condition and how heavy the rainfall is we will try to make it out rain or shine. We do have rain protection if needed. It is rare to have a full day of rain.

Do we have to tip our Staniel Cay Swimming Pigs Tour Guides?

Tips are not required but are much appreciated; more than often, people provide tips to our captains.

How much cash should we take and do they accept U.S. currency?

Yes, every island accepts U.S. currency and Bahamian Currency. Bring enough money for souvenirs and $10.00 for swimming with the Compass Cay Pet Sharks.

How much tip do you think we should give?

Tips can vary depending on how many people are in your group.

Will there be somewhere to leave our personal items while on the swimming pigs tour?

Our boats have dry areas that we can stash your personal belongings during the tour.

Is lunch included?

No, lunch is not included on the Swimming Pigs Staniel Cay Day Tour. We offer snacks, water, and soda.

What should we wear for the Staniel Cay Swimming Pigs Tour?

Wear appropriate weather gear and always have a swimsuit on underneath!

Where do we meet for pick up?

When you land on Staniel Cay, we will be right there to greet you.

Who will our tour guides be?

We have licensed local captains that have all grown up in the Exuma Cays and have many years of experience.

Can I give a tour as a gift?

Of course, you can! Email us or give us a call, and we can help if you want it to be a surprise.

What Do We to Bring on the Swimming Pigs Tour

  • Change of Clothes
  • Swimsuit
  • Camera
  • Sunscreen
  • Water Shoes
  • No Jewelry
  • Insect Repellent

Who Should Not Go On The Swimming Pigs Tour

  • Not recommended for pregnant women
  • Not accessible for the physically challenged
  • Not recommended for people with back problems or who have had a recent back surgery
  • Not recommended for people with respiratory or heart problems
  • Not recommended for people with a recent arm/hand surgery
  • Not handicapped accessible

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