A dock in Harbour Island

Harbour Island

Also known as “Briland” to vacationers and locals, the Bahamas’ Harbour Island is located 220 miles southeast of Miami. Only a fisherman’s cast north of Eleuthera, the island is known for its three-mile pink sand beach, pastel British-colonial cottages enveloped in bougainvillea and easy pace.

  • Perfect for
    Families | Romantics
  • When to go
    March-May | December-February
  • Ideal length of stay
    3-5 Nights

Designing Your Journey

Work with Indagare to design the perfect itinerary for an immersive journey. Our travel experts know the destination inside and out, and they can make recommendations based on your travel needs and preferences.

  • 3 Days: Essential Harbour Island-LP

    3 Days: Essential Harbour Island-LP

    Enjoy one the prettiest beaches in the Caribbean and a jovial embrace of the laid-back life. Here is just one example of what our destination experts can create for you.

    • Day 1

      Harbour Island can be taxing to reach, as it requires two flights and a boat ride, but it is easy to relax upon arrival at one of Indagare’s preferred properties. Spend your first day at leisure and enjoy dinner at an island establishment.

    • Day 2-3

      Settle into the island atmosphere with leisurely strolls along the beach and partake in cherished traditions like fresh conch ceviche at Queen Conch and lobster quesadillas at Sip Sip.

    • Day 4-5

      Get up close to the marine life with an afternoon of snorkeling and enjoy active excursions like paddle boarding in the harbor and horseback riding on the beach.

Indagare's Marley Lynch
“With its well-heeled crowd and stylish shops, Harbour Island is unequivocally chic, and its charm is steeped in history and customs—like the nightly ritual of a sunset ‘Goombay Smash’ cocktail by the beach.”
Indagare Ambassador India Hicks, founder of lifestyle brand India Hicks
“Harry O’s, located down by the bay, is hidden amongst the grittier side of Brilander life. The jewelry store Shine and its sister home store are true gems and are owned by locals." Read the article.

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