It's the year of the pig and national pig day -- really! And what better way to get up-close-and-personal than taking a dip?
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Swimming with pigs is one of the most popular attractions for guests staying at Grand Isle Resort and Spa in Exuma, Bahamas. Guests can book half and full-day tours that include a boat ride to Pig Beach, the sand bar full of swine that's been blowing up your Instagram.
"Pig Beach" as it's known, is located on Big Major Cay, one of the hundreds of islands and cays that comprise the Exumas. The pigs catapulted to fame after an appearance on ABC's "The Bachelor" and are more than a little Insta-famous. #SwimmingWithPigs has more than 5,000 tags and there's even an Instagram account called @PigsofParadise.
The Grand Isle Resort is offering 20 percent off the best available rate when guests book the "Swimming with the Pigs" package.
If you've got cash to spare, the hotel's 5,200 square-foot four bedroom suite is the room to book for your group of pig-loving friends. It features four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen and a patio overlooking the water. The prices ranges from $1,500 - $4,500 per night.
If the four-bedroom villa is out of reach, the swimming with pigs deal applies to all other villas, too -- 78 in total. They range from one to four bedrooms. The resort has three restaurants, two pools, an award-winning 18-hole championship golf course, spa and fitness center offers a variety of activities such as kayaking, snorkeling and paddle boarding.
Brand new this week is the 23 North Beach Club, a pool with daybeds and cabanas, a restaurant with a Bahamian-fusion menu, and an indoor-outdoor bar and lounge area.