Driftwood Tree

Island: Harbour Island, Eleuthera
How to get there: Take a golf cart ride to the end of Bay Street and follow the curve to the western edge of the island,
What makes it special: The miles of low tide and this singular tree makes this such a scenic mystical backdrop.

This iconic figure is a driftwood tree on the shores of Harbour Island. Arrived there by Hurricane Andrew in 1992, but where it came from is uncertain by locals. This shallow bay has provided picturesque opportunities for high fashion photo shoots and a place for bonefishing. Also, her famous sister ‘The Lone Tree’ is only a few meters. So take multiple photos with these iconic trees.  



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