The Boiling Hole Blue Hole on Eleuthera

Eleuthera is a nature-lover’s paradise, offering many fascinating ecological sites to explore: the famous Glass Window Bridge, the world-renowned 'Ocean Hole' blue hole, the 'Boiling Hole' blue hole, the natural pools at 'The Queen’s Bath', and interesting caves like Boiling Hole Cave, Hatchet Bay Cave, and Preacher’s Cave. You'll see a variety of Bahamian specialty and migratory birds throughout the islands, including the Bahama Mockingbird, Bahama Woodstar, Bananaquit, Black-faced Grassquit, Great Lizard-Cuckoo, Greater Antillean Bullfinch, Kirkland's Warbler, La Sagra's Flycatcher, Limpkin, Stripe-headed Tanager, Thick-billed Vireo, White-cheeked Pintail, Zenaida Dove, and Western Spindalis. The one-of-a-kind, 25-acre Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve, designed as a research center for traditional bush medicine, a facility of indigenous plants and trees, and an educational center, is home to a large variety of native flora and fauna.