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Travelers Today       By    Althea Serad

Updated: Mar 31, 2014 09:09 AM EDT

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Swim With Adorable Pigs In Big Major Cay Island
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Swim With Adorable Pigs In Big Major Cay Island

Travel Bahamas Pig Beach and get the best experience swimming with adorable pigs. This thought might be unheard of as a travel experience. Nowadays swimming with stingrays, dolphins, whales and even sharks is getting to be popular, but wild pigs? Well, travel Bahamas Pig Beach and you'll enjoy swimming with the wild pigs as they roam free.

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Big Major Cay island in the Bahamas is a place where humans and wild pigs can play. Travel Bahamas Pig Beach and this tropical beach will offer you happy pigs that swim and run, thus it being affectionately nicknamed "Pig Beach" or "Pig Island". Visitors who travel Bahamas and visit the island also give snacks to the adorable creatures. Big Major Cay island in the Bahamas is a small and uninhabited island in the Exuma Banks side of the island. The island is one of two beautiful beaches of the place where swimming pigs abound.

Pictures of the wild pigs have circulated on the internet and have caught the attention of many. Nobody is certain where the pigs came from or how they ended up in the middle of the sea, but general beliefs presume that sailors who brought them as a food source dropped the pigs off as they were passing by the island. However, the said sailors never returned and the wild pigs luckily found themselves a home. Travel Bahamas Pig Beach and see how the lovable pigs stayed and adapted to the island lifestyle.

As to the pigs' food source, local yachts and sailboat cruisers just bring their scraps and leftovers to the beach to feed the pigs. Travel Bahamas Pig Beach and find the smart go to passing yachts that just dump their excess food into the sea on a regular basis.

The beach has now become a popular tourist attraction. The starving pigs swim into the sea to get to the vessels in hopes of getting free meals. The pigs are now a family of eight having the time of their lives on the tropical island where the only things they do are eat, sleep and swim.

Travel Bahamas Pig Beach and have the best unusual time of your life swimming with and feeding the pigs. The best thing about the experience in this island? It's free! Well, food scraps actually but other than that, the experience is free for everyone to enjoy.


To get a glimpse of what it's like feeding these adorable pigs, see video below.


If you want to see pictures of the ravenous pigs, see pictures here.

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