Look for the heritage marker on the east side of the road and a small drive with low rock walls 1/4 mile south of the glass window bridge. Walk in and to your left to find the pools with the waves washing over or into them. depending on the surf conditions could be relaxing or treacherous or anywhere in between.... 更多
Our second time in Eleuthera and we simply could not resist going back to have a look from the of hill over looking the ocean simply put WOW what a view bring plenty of water with you it's HOT
We drove North from Governors Harbor. Right before the Glass Window Bridge look for concrete driveway markers. Park on the street. This is the road to the cliffs. It is very uneven and not drivable. We then hiked up the path out as far as we dared but were still not able to see them.
The Queens Bath is really neat and easy to get to. About a half mile south of the Glass Window Bridge. There are little stone walls on either side of the entrance and a few parking spots right of Queens Highway. It's a huge stone structure carved out by the Atlantic with some small pool and hot tub sized "baths".... 更多
Like other special places in Eleuthera this is not easy to find. Just past turn off to Gaulding Cay and just before the top of the hill going North about 1000 yards from Glass Window Bridge on the Ocean side. Park off the road and head in across the small sand dunes and flat rocks. You will see the ocean... 更多
Loved the Queen's bath. Another spot on the island makes your think how wonderful nature is. Queen's bath must have been named for a reason. The hot Caribbean sun warms up the water of the cold and rough Atlantic. It's not that hard to get there but I would recommend that you have some sturdy shoes or be extra careful... 更多
Beautiful area surrounding the Glass Window Bridge in Eleuthera. The bridge is one lane, so be sure to park well off to the side to avoid blocking any traffic passing by. The Queen's Bath is great to hike; pictures don't do it justice!
its amazing to see when the tide is down, you have this huge crater it has formed because of the water. There are also these warm holes which are filled with beautiful fish and you can also sit in. Just amazing to see the beauty!! Its better to wear running shoes as some of the edges could be sharp or... 更多
We always enjoy visiting 'Queens Bath', and watching the waves crash in and fill the 'Bath'. It is rough to climb over the limestone to get down to the bath area, so it's not good for toddlers. It's a surreal place to see how the power of the ocean has cut pools into the limestone. Just watch the waves before... 更多