Swim With The Pigs

Take advantage of Miami’s proximity to the island paradise of the Bahamas and enjoy a day trip full of adventure. Relax on pristine beaches, swim in the crystal Caribbean waters, participate in land and water activities & bask in the Bahamian atmosphere.

 

Grand Bahama, an approximately 2-hour boat ride (depending on wind conditions) from the coast of Miami via nearby Port Everglades, shows you the sights, sounds and tastes of the Caribbean with miles of white-sand beaches and tropical terrain.

Arrive at Freeport Harbor on Grand Bahama with about six hours of free time to spend however you wish. Rent a jet ski or try snorkeling, go shopping at the neighboring Port Lucaya Marketplace or just unwind and relax in the sunshine on without dealing with typical beach crowds. Food and drinks are available for purchase.

Round-trip transportation and beach access fees are included in your trip to the world famous Lucaya Beach. A day pass for the hotel and pool usage of the Grand Lucayan Resort can be purchased on the spot.
Depart from the Bahamas in the late afternoon and reach the port in Miami/Fort Lauderdale in the evening. From here you will be connected to your transfer that will take you back to your hotel.

Before You Go...

• You must have a valid passport and re-entry authorization to travel, as you will be going through Customs and Immigration. Citizens of some countries may require an entry visa. Please check on the Bahamian immigration website before booking • The approximate free time in the Bahamas is from 11:30 AM to 4:30 PM • This service must be booked at least 24 hours in advance • Infants under 6 months old are not permitted on this tour • This tour is wheelchair accessible (foldable wheelchairs only) • The local operator is not responsible for delays caused by the weather, the Bahamian Coast Guard or Immigration services upon arrival in the Bahamas • Optional tours can be booked on the ferry for $75 per person. Optional activities are operated depending on weather conditions and minimum participant