Magical Harbour Island, Bahamas

Group 6 Harbour Island, Bahamas
Spring, Fall, Winter
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About the location

Oh, Harbour Island. At only 3 1/2 miles long and 1/2 wide - this little island packs a punch! Whether you relax on a beach (with pink sand) or by the pool with a great book. Hop on a bicycle or golf buggy and go explore - this is an island that grows on you each day as you discover new hidden gems and meet its friendly locals!

Harbour Island is not nearly as busy as Nassau or neighbor, Eleuthera, but you will pay for it! The island is quite pricey. It's also very family-friendly, making it a great trip with kids - without kids, as we did, or even a girls/guys getaway.

Guide Highlights

The bikeability of the island.

Many hotels offer bicycles. Otherwise, you can rent bikes & explore the island's nooks and crannies! Not a biker - golf cart is just as fun!

The Food!

While the food is not cheap, it is so fresh & delicious!

Guide Summary

This Guide has you covered with a page of my favorite hotel and home rental options! There are two pages of yummy eats and two pages filled with all the hidden gems & places to explore! Snorkeling and fishing Guides - look no further. I've also got you covered on Getting There, Getting Around and Tips about the island! I am here to help you out - I want you to have the building blocks for your own WILD adventure doing as much or as little as your little heart desires!

I've spent hours doing the research and exploring the island myself - so you can go and ENJOY! 

Featured in this guide

Local food
Healthy food
Photo spots
Foodie favorites
Laid-back or relaxation
Group 14 Hidden Gems
Group 38 Bike-friendly
Group 32 Historical
Group 36 Shopping
Water sports
Group 33 Walkable
Kayaking / Canoeing

Great for these trips

Cultural / Historical
Family with kids
Girls / Guys Trip
Family without kids
Romantic / Honeymoon
Active / Adventure
Wellness / Rejuvenating
Weekend Getaway


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  • Guide Architect

    Mollie Krengel

    Mollie Krengel

    Nothing energizes me more than exploring a new city. I totally geek out on the travel research which makes for super cool experiences!

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