Price & Hours
- Hiking, Natural Wonders, Sightseeing Type
- 1 to 2 hours Time to Spend
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For one of the most unique views in the Bahamas, travel along Queen's Highway to The Glass Window Bridge. This strip of land and road – which connects Eleuthera's Gregory Town and Lower Bogue – measures just 30 feet wide at its narrowest point. On its northern side, you'll find the rough, deep blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean, and on the southern side, the calm, turquoise-green waters of the Exuma Sound (in the Caribbean Sea).
According to previous visitors, the stark contrast between The Glass Window Bridge's two sides makes for "beautiful" and "truly amazing" views. You can see both sides without leaving your car, but to make the most of your time at the bridge, many recommend hiking around the area. To do so safely, wear shoes with a good grip, and take your time traversing the sharp rocks. A free public beach is also available on the Caribbean side.
The Glass Window Bridge is located on the northern end of Eleuthera and is free to access 24 hours a day. A parking lot is not readily available at the bridge, so use caution when leaving your vehicle on the side of the road. There are also no restrooms here, but seafood dishes, island-inspired drinks and more are sold at El Karaka Glass Window Bar & Grill, which sits just north of the bridge by the beach. To learn more about the attraction, check out The Islands of the Bahamas' Glass Window Bridge page.
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