We brought bread to feed to the fish, and we were stunned at all of the gorgeous varieties of fish that we were able to see up close as we were feeding them. It was quite a treat!
This was a great photo opportunity. All we did was throw some bread crumbs and the fish began to swarm. There was a good variety of fish and if you don't snorkel, this "pond" gives you a chance to see tropical fish.
We made a trip to see this site after the server at Mate & Jenny's recommended we go. We brought along some crackers as she suggested and spend a good while there feeding the fish and marveling over all the different colors and types of them we saw. There was, unfortunately, quite a bit of trash in and around the... More
Hidden away in the settlement of Rock Sound, South Eleuthera, this ocean hole has some local superstition attached to it. Ask one of the local residents to tell you about it. Lots of (hungry) fish visible!
Don't go to Ocean Hole looking for bright lights and crowds - it's a large "lake" - you can see many species of fish - black grouper, box fish , Queen angels , etc. all looking for you to throw in bread for them to feed on. The locals sometimes set up a few tables of local crafts - be... More
Ocean hole was neat. We were very surprised just how many fish were actually there. Very large fish, lots of beautiful parrot fish and other tropical fish I couldn't name. The fish were thrilled to throw them some bread crumbs. We didn't swim or snorkel but it certainly is possible and there are buoys around the hole if needed.
Cute spot to hop in the water with some fish. We brought some popcorn to feed the fish. Water was pretty murky if you were more than10 feet from the entrance. We spent about 10 to 15 minutes in the water which was plenty of time to see what there was to see and cool off.
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