Following pickup at your hotel in Nassau, transfer to the marina and board the powerboat for an adventurous day exploring some less-visited Bahamian islands.
Stop at Allen's Cay to see the population of endangered rock iguanas. A closely monitored population, the successful breeding program has left the tiny island with more than 1,000 iguanas for you to feed and photograph.
Back on board your powerboat, the captain will hit the gas and you'll fly off toward Ship Channel Cay. The island is just 2 miles (3km) long and a half-mile (1km) wide, affording great views of the sea in every direction.
Stroll the shores or make use of the complimentary snorkel equipment to explore the undersea world. Float over coral reefs, see tiny fish feeding on the underwater plant life or feed the local stingrays and sharks with your guide.
Grab a drink from the island bar, then dig into a lunch of island grouper, salads, bread, chargrilled steak and tropical fruit platters.Observe the preparation of a fresh Bahamian conch salad, a staple dish in the Bahamas, then taste the results.
At the conclusion of your day exploring, return to Nassau for drop-off at your hotel.