Fodor's Expert Review Hatchet Bay Cave

Hatchet Bay Nature Sight

North of Hatchet Bay lies a subterranean, bat-populated tunnel complete with stalagmites and stalactites. Pirates supposedly once used it to hide their loot. An underground path leads for more than a mile to the sea, ending in a lofty, cathedral-like cavern. Within its depths, fish swim in total darkness. The adventurous may wish to explore this area with a flashlight (follow the length of guide string along the cavern's floor), but it's best to inquire first at one of the local stores or the Rainbow Inn for a guide.

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Queen's Hwy.
Hatchet Bay, Eleuthera Island  Bahamas

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