Exuma Swimming Pigs

Nassau, New Providence Island, Bahamas

General information

Description

Swimming with Pigs Exuma is an exciting tour filled with fun activities all day long. Head to Allen’s Cay to feed the endangered Bahamian rock iguanas living in a pristine beach.

Next up, the main attraction of the day: swimming with pigs! Some say they were left on the coast by a group of sailors who planned to come back and cook them, or that the pigs swam over from a nearby shipwreck. No matter how these lovely creatures ended up living in the cay, you shouldn’t miss out on spending some tender time swimming with these super-cute and fun-loving little fellows.

Visit Staniel Cay Yacht Club to enjoy a delicious lunch, then take a short ride to Compass to swim and interact with nurse sharks. The final leg of the journey is in one of Exuma’s secret beaches, for a relaxing end to a fantastic day!

About the tour

Minimum Age to Participate: 2+ years

Child age: 2 to 6 years

Free Child age: 0 to 1 years

Not Included:

  • Tips
  • Souvenirs
  • Snacks

Highlights

  • Swim with pigs
  • Feed Bahamian Rock Iguanas
  • Swim with nurse sharks
  • Visit a hidden beach

Important notes

Recommendations:

  • Bring swimsuit
  • Bring towels
  • Use biodegradable sunblock
  • Bring extra cash
  • Bring a change of clothes

Notes:

Minimum of 10 participants per tour. Minimum age recommended is 2 years old.

Additional information

Wheelchair Accesible: No

Activity Level: Moderate

Languages: English.

Tour Type: Boats, Water Activities.