Discover the Island of Eleuthera Bahamas

Official Eleuthera Harbour Island brings you more information on Eleuthera island. Awarded as one of the ‘Best Islands‘ on Earth by Travel and Leisure, it is known for its magnificent turquoise and clear blue waters. But no trip is complete without visiting the Glass Window Bridge. Here, you can stand on the 30 feet wide divider that separates the rich blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the calm Bight of Eleuthera. Scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing, swimming, and boat tours are some of the adventures offered by the island. The preferred mode of transportation on the island is by walk or car rentals which can be easily found.

Popular destinations on Eleuthera island – Some of the popular destinations on the island are Governor’s Harbour, Gregory Town, Rock Sound, and Spanish Wells. We recommend you visit the geological formation, Glass Window Bridge, Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve, Princess Cays, Ten Bay Beach, Rainbow Bay Beach, Queens Bath, Eleuthera Island Farm, The Preacher’s Cave, and the Lighthouse Beach, which is the southernmost tip of the island. 

Vacation rentals and resorts – Eleuthera has many vacation rentals that will suit your budget and preferences. Most of the properties are located by the coastlines, and the beach is always nearby. Bars and restaurants are close by or on the properties depending on the rental. 

Bars and restaurants – The island is known for seafood delicacies such as crispy conch fritters, conch salad, rock lobsters, grouper fish, and red snapper with a side of peas n’ rice. Baked cheesy macaroni is also a favorite Bahamian dish. We recommend you try the Bahamian beverage, Sky Juice, and rum punch to go with your food. For a truly local experience, try some of the famous restaurants on the island, namely, Tippy’s Restaurant in Governor’s Harbour, Northside Inn Restaurant and Bar, and Anchor Bay Fish Fry.

Weather – The average temperatures are between 70°F and 80°F. The fresh breeze keeps you calm and cool all day long, and the rainfall is less than four inches. 



North Eleuthera is one of the districts in the Bahamas on Eleuthera island. The famous Glass Window bridge is in North Eleuthera. Some of other must-visit places in North Eleuthera are the Surfer's Beach, Gaulding Cay Bridge and Sapphire Blue Hole.



Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve, a harbourside botanic garden with birdlife, and the French Leave Beach, a white-sand shoreline, are popular spots among tourists. Governor's Harbour and Savannah Sound are the major settlements in Central Eleuthera.



The world-famous Ocean Hole, Cathedral Cave, and the Lighthouse Beach are some of the top sights in South Eleuthera. According to locals, the south is quieter and less crowded than North Eleuthera.