NEW Sandals Over Water Bungalows

sandals over water villas

NOW AVAILABLE! A FIRST-OF-ITS-KIND IN THE CARIBBEAN, these innovative luxury over-the-water villas are changing the all-inclusive game. Perched on a deck floating above turquoise waters, these spectacular accommodations feature see-through glass floors for ocean viewing, a Tranquility Soaking Tub, an over-the-water hammock for two and a private infinity pool for countless ways to enjoy the water.

bungalow inside

The bathrooms are equipped with a large backlit mirror, his and hers sinks, and a walk-in rain shower.

With sea-through glass floors, you can experience the ocean from the comfort of your luxurious villa and lit water ensures you can enjoy the sea anytime day or night.



A water taxi to take you to and from the resort. And of course you can’t have this experience without your own personal butler to meet your every wish and command, including 24-hour room service.

These bungalows are now available to book at Sandals Royal Caribbean and Sandals Grande St. Lucian. and they are coming soon to Sandals South Coast.

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Sandals Royal Caribbean
Sandals Royal Caribbean, Montego Bay, Jamaica


Swimming With The Pigs

If you’re staying in Nassau or The Exumas, you can easily book a day trip to see the swimming pigs. Your adventure includes a boat tour through The Exuma Cays.

Get ready to fall in love with The Exumas for its pristine waters, flawless coastlines, and endless natural beauty.

pig swimming on beach towards camera making its snout look big
Want to swim with me? Oink! Oink!

Here’s a typical day trip through The Exuma Cays:

  • Feed Bahamian rock iguanas
  • Visit Blowhole Beach
  • Stop for lunch on Staniel Cay
  • See / swim with the pigs
  • Pet a stingray, hold a starfish
  • Snorkel in the Out Islands

About the Pigs

How did the pigs get to Pig Beach? It is not know for sure. Big Major Cay is uninhabited and the pigs are not native to the island. Some say they were left by a group of sailors, who planned to come back and cook them. Or that the pigs swam over from a shipwreck nearby.

Wherever they came from, there are now about 20 pigs and piglets on Pig Beach. With daily visits from Bahamians and tourists, the pigs are living the easy life on Big Major Cay.


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