North of the main island of Great Exuma off the coast of Big Major Cay is an uninhabited island populated by feral pigs. I like to call it Piggy Heaven. Nobody knows the origin of these cute little swimming snouts, but the hypothesis is that farm pigs were abandoned during a shipwreck. Fast forward 40 or so years, and the pigs have populated the island, and live off the local fauna, a watering hole, and human food. They love humans, and are used to locals and tourists pulling up in boats to feed them. In fact, they will swim right up to you. They can be quite aggressive about food, so you aren't supposed to feed them directly from your hand. However, you can pet them, swim with them, or lay on the beach with them.
Unfortunately the island is pretty difficult to get to as it is about a 2hr travel to get to Pig Beach. Most major tours will take you there by boat, but that costs an arm and a leg and only gives you 20 min. with these porkers. Your best bet is to make friends with a local (most of them own boats or know someone who does), pay them the cost of gas, and they can take out out to the island.
For those who are stuck on the main island, there is a much closer Pig Beach off the coast of Rolleville, only a 15 min. boat ride during high tide. These pigs have only lived on the island for a couple years, and the story is that a local named Elvis who owns the Exuma Point Bar and Grill put them there so there would be a closer pig beach for tourists. These pigs are only in their 2nd generation and are more tame than the ones in Big Major Cay.
The best way to get to the 2nd Pig Beach is to find a local (there is a fisherman named Devon that lives in Rolleville Beach who is willing to take visitors on his boat) for a lift. If not, every weekend there is a water taxi for $20/person off Rollveville that takes people there. Bring leftovers. They love carbs.
Location:Rolleville and Big Major Cay, The Bahamas
Note:Sidenote: these pigs are heavily protected and anyone who attempts to hunt them will be criminally prosecuted. Also, Rolleville is featured on the map.