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Glass Window, Eleuthera

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See the Atlantic Ocean meet the Caribbean Sea at Glass Window. At the narrowest part of the island, a man-made bridge links tiny North Eleuthera to the rest of the island. The bridge replaces a natural rock formation that was destroyed in a hurricane. Standing on the bridge, you can see the dark waters of the Atlantic come together with the turquoise Caribbean Sea in a striking natural contrast. Observe the turbulent ocean melding with the calm sea and capture some postcard-worthy photos--just be wary of the waves when on the bridge. Using our international travel planner, Eleuthera attractions like Glass Window can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Tired from the journey we approached the window with no expectations, simply wishing to complete our trek to James Cistern. WOW! Our tired, red and bleary eyes were suddenly swimming in waters a myria...  more »
  • This "natural" land bridge (it was re-created after hurricanes wiped it out some years ago) has the Atlantic on one side and the Caribbean on the other. You can see the stark contrast from either -- r...  more »
  • This is a must see. Look to one side and you see the turbulent and bright blue waters of the Atlantic, and look the other way to see the calm turquoise waters of the Caribbean and separated by a narro...  more »