Experienced tour guides have been lovingly sharing the history and culture of their island with visitors for many years. On a very informative tour you could visit all the sites related to the island’s major industry: the Morton Salt solar crystallizing facility, the old Salt House used as a warehouse for the salt industry during its early days, and a museum that is the former home of founders of the salt industry here. A number of buildings from the 1800s are rife with history, including the Inagua Lighthouse, ruins of old homes and St. Bartholomew Church. You can also venture out to locales of former communities in the north, and caves used for lodging and shelter from storms in the past.