Swimming Pigs and Hidden Beach Adventure
- Take a high speed adventure to some of the most beautiful beaches around
- Visit the famous swimming pigs at Big Major Cay
- Experience feeding Iguanas, Sharks, and the Native Pigs
- Ride on a 39' Powerboat with seating for 23
Adventurous folks come from all across the world to visit Exumas Islands for a unique opportunity to see and swim with the famous swimming pigs of the Bahamas. Join us for an exhilarating trip down to Big Major Cay, Compass Cay, and Allen's Cay where you'll get a variety of experiences that will be the talk of your vacation for years to come!
Book well ahead of time to ensure your spots on one of our new 39’ powerboats and enjoy a thrilling high speed boat ride to a tropical island oasis almost centered within the many cays and islands of the Exumas. As we work our way to Pig Beach at Big Major Cay there are stops at Compass Cay and Allen's Cay where you'll get up close with our native nurse sharks and endagered Bahamian Rock Iguanas. See what it's like to swim with friendly and curious sharks along the beach and feel the adrenaline as you handle these majestic creatures, you will never forget the feeling! If interacting with sharks doesn't sound appealing to you, stand nearby and watch your guide as he is quite good with the sharks and really gets into it.
Swimming with sharks? Hand feeding iguanas? As if that's not irregular enough, let's get to the really cool stuff! Friendly, swimming pigs! It's what they're famous for, being extremely friendly and they love the caribbean water just as much as you do. They really just want your apples, which is why we load up with tons of goodies for all the critters so you can provide them with apples, carrots, grapes, and lettuce to help make some new four-legged buddies. Don't forget to bring a camera, a waterproof one if possible, and capture every moment. You'll definitely want to have photo proof to go along with your conversations about the most interesting and unique tour you've ever had the pleasure of being part of!
- Q: Can this be done from a cruise ship?
A: Yes, however ships must arrive at 7am or earlier and be staying overnight to ensure there are no problems with making it back in time, to the ship.
It is your responsibility to make sure you are aware of and understand all restrictions pertaining to this tour before booking online or over the phone. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are medically qualified and within any limits listed below in order to participate in this activity. No refunds will be given to those who reserve a spot and can not participate due to the restrictions listed below. For more information please read our cancellation policy and terms and conditions page or call our staff with any questions regarding your ability to participate.
- This tour is not suitable for pregnant women, children under 2, persons with neck or back injuries, or ones with serious mobility issues.