San Salvador Island, the exposed peak of a submerged mountain reaching 15,000 feet to the ocean floor, is five miles wide and twelve miles long with a population of approximately 1,000 residents. Christopher Columbus gave this island historical importance when he landed here in 1492 during his voyage to the New World. Since then, San Salvador, located in the eastern Bahamas, has attracted tourists, divers and fishermen alike with its miles of pristine, secluded beaches, natural reefs and dazzling, crystal-clear water offering visibility up to 150 feet. The island also offers tours of old plantation ruins and Lucayan Indian sites emphasizing its historical significance.
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