This place is definitely worth the stop. A hidden gem - if you cannot find it - stop and ask a local. The view was amazing!
We went at low tide which was very deceptive. If you walk to the edge and view down into the baths you should watch for a good ten minutes to check the surf. There were 7 of us aged 12-51 and once we got all the way underneath the small cavern like area the surge was tsunami like. Had anyone... More
My trip to Queen's Bath was amazing! It's easy to find if you know where to look. About 1 mile south of the Window Glass Bridge on the east side of Queens Hwy you will see two stone walls. Park your car on the side of the Hwy and hike along the path through the stone walls. As the path... More
You feel like your walking on the moon, so bring sneakers. The coral is amazing and as you explore you will find natural baths carved into the coral where you can soak or just enjoy the beauty.
Visiting the Queens Bath takes a little work and preparation. First their is No signage. Look for two stone monuments on the east side of the road about a mile south of the window bridge. Parking is along the highway. Rugged footwear is recommended, getting to the baths requires a walk across a couple hundred yards of uneven and rough... More
It's a short, rocky walk to access this area but don't miss it if you enjoy unusual rock formations. Viewing tidal pool like areas at this higher elevation was unique. Those with sturdier shoes and better knee strength could also climb down through cavern areas.
A fun quick stop on your way to or from North Eleuthera. The water has carved out depressions into the rock forming baths. At high tide the surfs force slamming into the rock formations is powerful and mesmerizing to watch. This is not a destination in itself, but it is such a ridiculously easy 15-20 minute detour driving down the... More
This is a great experience. The Atlantic waves have cut out "bowls" for the water to rest in during low tide. The sun heats the water up and the bowls feel like natural hot tubs. You need "beach shoes" to get to the baths.
A little bit of a hike but worth it. The pool has water cascading in from the atlantic. It is cool, crystal clear with tropical fish swimming in it. Don't go at high tide because it could be dangerous.
Nothing spectacular. Just the atlantic ocean splashing on some rocks. Went at the low tide because it was a close bike ride from the cove. Worth the 5 minute spot I guess. Look for the blue Bahamas Heritage sign on the road.
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