Bahamas island San Salvador , is one of the most beautiful in the group of Bahamas islands.This exotic destination is attractive for many tourist especially for the Christmas holidays and New Year . High season is November to March time when many of us run away from the cold weather and coming to this peace of heaven. Here it is some of the things that you can do in this lovely island:
RIDE A BIKE
Choose a morning or afternoon bike rental, then make your way to Bonefish Bay Beach, where you can present this voucher for a half- or full-day cruiser bike rental. Your rental includes a bike in good working order and a map of San Salvador island, as well as emergency contact numbers for support throughout the ride. Bikes are equipped with baskets that are perfect for carrying beach towels and snorkel gear. With two wheels and a map you can go wherever you please, pausing to swim at San Salvador’s beaches, or stopping for a cool drink at a shady café. Take in the slow-moving rhythm of life on the island, and chat with locals along the way to San Salvador sights.
HIGH CAY PRIVATE ISLAND EXCURSION – SAN SALVADOR ISLAND
Explore the waters around San Salvador Island during this day cruise to High Cay. Follow the same route that Christopher Columbus did, south along the coast to Grotto Beach, Pigeon Creek and the Reefs at High Cay. Stop in the Lagoon to see starfish, turtles, sharks and stingrays glide through the underwater world. Relax as the captain moors the boat on High Cay, a private island, where you will go ashore to explore and sit down to a deluxe lobster lunch. Onboard open bar and round-trip transportation from San Salvador hotels are included.
SAN SALVADOR SUNSET CRUISE – SAN SALVADOR ISLAND
Experience a sunset like no other, on San Salvador’s dreamy blue waters. Cruise, along the shores as you sip on rum punch, wine or local beer. Dance or just rock to the songs and waves of the Caribbean. Observing the sunset is indeed magical and memorable on the water. Hold your partner close to you as you say goodbye to the day as the sun slips off the horizon. Once you head to the meeting point at Bonefish Bay Beach you will board a power catamaran to the sound of Caribbean music. As you travel west to the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, you will be served hors d’oeuvres and alcoholic beverages including wine, beer and famous High Cay rum punch as well as non-alcoholic beverage such as soft drinks. Depending on weather conditions, the captain will cruise to the north where you can view the settlement of North Victoria Hill or south along the western coast of the island.
PIGEON CREEK PONTOON BOAT TOUR AND SNORKELING AT HIGH CAY- BAHAMAS
Leave your worries behind as you relax and unwind at Pigeon Creek, in the southeastern part of San Salvador, on this 3-hour tour. In a small group of no more than 10, cruise turquoise waters on a pontoon boat and observe turtles, rays, sharks, and tropical fishes in their natural habitat. Wade on the sand bank in search of starfish and conch, and snorkel the pristine reefs of High Cay. In the morning or afternoon, make your way to the designated meetup point and greet your guide. Climb aboard a pontoon boat and get ready for an adventure. As you sail to Pigeon Creek, listen as your guide offers insight into San Salvador and the Bahamas. Visit the monument to Christopher Columbus on the way.
SAN SALVADOR JET SKI EXCURSION – BAHAMAS
Explore secluded spots that are home to native wildlife around San Salvador Island aboard a jet ski. During this 1-hour tour, race along the coast of the island, stopping to see the San Salvador rock iguana, then continue to Catto Cay to see the native seabird colony. Zip around the entire island with your guide to see Pigeon Creek, where stingrays, starfish and sharks like to hang out, as well as other places that most visitors never get to see.