Preacher's Cave

Preacher's Cave, Eleuthera: Address, Preacher's Cave Reviews: 4/5

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Cave on northern Eleuthera resembling a church.
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Lynn C
Greenville, ME12 contributions
Glad we came and saw this place. My kids enjoyed the rock features including the holes in the roof of the cave. The coolest part about it is the historical significance of the place. One of the first stories of European settlers in the area.
Written January 3, 2022
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shannonhy
Houston, TX7 contributions
The history of the cave is really interesting, and my 9yo enjoyed imagining people seeking shelter in there 400 years ago. You can climb on the rocks, there are little pathways, but it's a little slippery so be aware. I liked this for the education and also because it's shady :)
Written August 9, 2022
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Travel_Daydreamer09
Nassau, New Providence Island139 contributions
Couples
We randomly discovered Preacher's Cave as we were driving around Eleuthera and it become the best discovery ever! This far out, hidden treasure is a must see for all visitors to the island. The drive to the cave sight is pretty long and chances are when you get out there your phone will have no signal as there are no power lines, but hey, who need's phones in Paradise? On this note, I'd also leave before dark because the roads would be a pretty dark drive. Anyway, please check out Preacher's Cave as it also provides historical background the island and some of the earliest settlers The Eleutheran Adventurers.
Written August 6, 2014
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DaysJourney
Williamsport, Pennsylvania154 contributions
Preachers Cave is a must see on the island. It used to be secluded and a perfect getaway. We love the pink beach.
Written July 26, 2007
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John C
Mount Pleasant, SC41 contributions
No spelunking necessary. This easy access cave in northern Eleuthera is a nice quick stop. Combine it with a stop by the nearby Sapphire Blue Hole, or after a boat charter from Gene's Bay Dock. They are all within a mile or two of each other.
Written June 28, 2021
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kingair pilot
Little Rock, Arkansas30 contributions
We visit the cave and it was very interesting that people worshipped here for almost 100 yrs. A must see
Written November 24, 2019
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Traveler Kat
Portland, OR19 contributions
Solo
You just drive right up to it and not much to see or explore. Lots of mosquitoes! I wouldn't waste your time. Same with the Sapphire Hole.
Written June 23, 2019
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Save by sale
Portsmouth, RI48 contributions
Family
It was a very shallow cave from what I saw. IF there was any more to it you would have had to crawl through a tiny place, which I’m not comfortable with. The path is fine for jogging strollers or beach carts. There is a nice beach at opposite end of the parking lit down a small path. The beach photo is the beach right next to the cave. The other two pictures are the cave.
Written April 8, 2019
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Tropicbird
Washington D.C.123 contributions
Family
Stopped at Preacher's Cave as part of our drive to the north end of the island. It's free and not too scary to walk inside and check out the place where the first settlers took shelter - Puritans coming from Bermuda who shipwrecked on the nearby Devil's Backbone reef. There is a beautiful beach nearby and the Sapphire Blue Hole is worth a stop too.
Written February 25, 2019
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Donna Lynn Doug... P
Racine, WI50 contributions
Family
this cave has history of the shipwreck and how the survivors made it to the cave - you have to check out the beach and blue hole on the other side.
Written June 25, 2018
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