One reason I want to be a traveler is to see the most beautiful places around the world. There are lot of amazing places on my wishlist and one spot that really catches my attention is the majestic Window Glass Bridge wherein the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea meet.
Eleuthera is an island in the Bahamas, lying 50 miles (80 km) east of Nassau. It is long and thin—110 miles (180 km) long and it divides the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.
For centuries, there was a natural stone bridge connecting the north and south Eleuthera, but several hurricanes destroyed the seemingly-immortal land bridge.
Though the naturally formed bridge of rock was destroyed a concrete replacement was built and now popularly known as the “Glass Window Bridge.”
The Glass Window Bridge also referred to as “the narrowest place on earth” and is one of the most popular attraction in Eleuthera.
From the bridge you’ll see the dark Atlantic Ocean meeting the calm turquoise water of the Caribbean Sea.
A truly spectacular view lying at the thinnest part of the island.
But one should cautious when travelling to this beautiful spot, the Window Glass Bridge is known to have unexpected huge rouge waves that can wash people and even vehicles out into the ocean.