US $376

Swimming Pigs Boat Tour in the Bahamas

Step aboard a comfortable powerboat for a fast and exciting ride to visit the famous swimming pigs. Stop to feed the iguanas, have lunch at Staniel Cay, and swim with the sharks at Compass Cay.

Duration: 8 hours
Cancellation: 2 days in advance.

What You Will Do

  • Grab your swimsuit for some time aboard a 39' powerboat that flies over the water
  • See the famous swimming pigs on a tour from Nassau to the Exuma Cays
  • Feed rock iguanas and hang out with sharks as they glide through the water around you
  • Wander along a beautiful, secluded sandy beach where aquamarine waters shimmer alongside you

What's Included

  • Lunch
  • Guided trip

Additional Information

  • Cancellation with more than 48 hours notice will not be charged, Cancellation with less than 24 hours notice will be charged in full. Cancellation by the Captain due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances will not incur any charges. There is a minimum amount of 10 guests required for this tour. If the minimum is not met you will be contacted 24 hours in advance and given the option for an alternative trip.

Customer Reviews

Verified Reviews
  • 148 Ratings

  • Katherine

Everything about this tour was excellent; the crew, the boat, the lunch stop and complimentary drinks throughout the day. Fabulous day, would thoroughly recommend!

June 23, 2019

  • Frank Wiest


June 22, 2019

  • Deanna

The tour was great, our captain was very attentive and they did a fantastic job avoiding the rain storms. My only thoughts is having 3 full boats at the shark encounter makes it difficult to enjoy the swim. There are a lot of people and it causes the sand to be disturbed while swimming with sharks. My other suggestion is when feeding the iguanas using the sharp end of the wood stick is likely Injuring the mouth of iguanas. They seemed fearful to take the grapes of the ends and notice many of the tourist would push grape so far onto stick the pointed end would poke the inside of iguanas mouth. I suggest telling the tourist to use the blunt end of the Stick. The iguanas will not take the food if they continue to get poked by sharp sticks. They would eat the grapes if I placed it on rock but not off the stick. It feels like there are a lot of people at each stop with 3 boatfuls. Although the ship crew explained how to behave with pigs with so many people it’s hard to ensure that the tourists are behaving appropriately. The pigs were well behaved but I can see if you continue to allow so many people it will be difficult to ensure the tourists are behaving. I also think it’s important to explain to guests the pigs don’t have intentions of harming they are only interested in the food. Many people would be afraid run or splash the pigs, the tourist should be notified much of the pigs efforts are an attempt to get food and they cannot see well so don’t always understand you don’t have any in your hand. I found if I told them I had no food they would swim or walk away. I would hate for this experienced to be ruined because the pigs become more aggressive as result off inconsistent human experiences.

June 17, 2019
Nassau, The Bahamas
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