Actress Blanca Blanco is spending her summer the right way: full of adventure and the sun.

She shared photos of herself posing on a boat with the clear blue ocean water behind her. The post was captioned, “after swimming with sharks #compasscay island ??? Highbourn cay island ✔️ Compass Cay island ✔️.”

Travel this summer like Blanca Blanco to Compass Cay to swim with sharks. Read on to find out more about the best way to make your dream adventure come true.

Compass Cay, which is just 75 miles south of Nassau, is famous for its “Nurse Sharks.” Over 5 million people visit every year to swim with these human-friendly creatures. Swimming with sharks may sound intimidating, but these sharks are known to be slow-moving and they feed off life from the sea floor. Compass Cay is one of the most protected waters in the Bahamas to make sure the sharks stay safe.

One of the most highly rated tours in the area is run by Powerboat. They offer a full-day adventure from Nassau to Compass Cay, lasting around eight and a half hours. The day is filled with swimming with the nurse sharks, stopping at Pig Beach to interact with the wild pigs, traveling to a secluded beach and taking in the views. It’s also great for families as there are multiple opportunities to learn about the wildlife. One activity includes observing a feeding demonstration with a Bahamian rock iguana. They even include meals so don’t worry about packing a lunch. Tickets go for around $438, but they do offer a great cancellation with a full refund if canceled at least 24 hours in advance.

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