From deep-sea dives to bone-fishing expeditions, Exuma has a wide range of Bahamas tours and excursions to choose from. For that extra-special vacation one will not soon forget, Island Routes is at your service with extraordinary land and sea adventures. The company offers travelers an experience like no other - a diverse range of things to do in the Bahamas, amid acres of tranquility and delightful wonderment, all against the backdrop of secluded islands that await exploration.
Try the Eco-Kayak Tour, a trip among the mangroves of Moriah Marine Park. The 007 Thunderball Tour allows guests to cruise in and out of 150 islets, snorkel the incredible Thunderball Grotto, and interact with the wild iguanas and docile sharks.
While there are many excursions to embark upon at sea, Exuma also has a landscape ideal for enjoying activities on land. With Island Routes, one can learn about Bahamian culture and lifestyle while on the Bahamian Bus Tours, or inhibit a private island with a Castaway Getaway.
Island Routes truly has something for everyone - offering Bahamas excursions that petition backpackers, lovers, anglers, and nomads with water and sport adventures, island hopping, and private island getaways for two.
Take a leisurely powerboat cruise around the historic Elizabeth Harbour. Snorkel at a lively reef; stop at a beach of your choosing, all while learning about the history of the islands and the inhabitants.
Experience a taste of the beautiful Bahamian Islands on this shortened version of our Eco Harbor Tour. Bask in the Bahamian sun while keeping your eyes glued to the water, for you never know what ocean animals will swim by to say hello.
Explore the natural beauty of Stocking Island with Island Routes Caribbean Adventure Tours. Your captain will take you on a boating journey from Georgetown across to Stocking Island, which forms the Natural Elizabeth Harbour.
Ask questions and listen to the stories of life on these islands while enjoying the gentle breeze. Finally, you take a last swim in the beautiful waters of the Exumas at a white sand beach until it is time to return to shore.