Glass Window Bridge Gregory-town, North-eleuthera, Bahamas

The bridge between North and South Eleuthera, called the "narrowest place on earth" with captivating views.

This man-made bridge (it look the place of the naturally-formed rock one that was destroyed by a hurricane)is located just North of Gregory Town on the Northern end of the Eleuthera Island. From the bridge you can the the Deep Blue color of the Atlantic Ocean and the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea and the colors are brilliant!!  Pull of the side of the road to take pictures and even walk up the rock(sneakers are your best bet) to take in the views, but be careful when its high tide and rough on the Atlantic side waves break on the rocks and you could get wet!


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When traveling to Eleuthera I suggest renting a car and a house, as there are many houses for rent at reasonable rates. The island is very safe and beautiful to explore; we stayed for 2 weeks and still didn't get to see, do and eat everything!!! Misty Claridge, President of TLC Eleuthera and a true islander can help you with all your traveling and exploring needs; she can do it all: grocery shop, give you a full itinerary of what to do and where to go and can also help in finding you your perfect Hideaway on this amazing Island!!!! Email her at

The Glass Bridge, connecting these two islands in the Bahamas  is called this because it appears like a window from sea level, looking from the Atlantic Ocean into the Caribbean Sea or visa versa.  It is a narrow,  quite fragile bridge joining North and South Eleuthera, which, even though it is high, has been moved sideways in hurricanes making transport impossible due the immense breakers from the deep Atlantic side. There are pull offs to allow you to stop and take amazing photos.

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