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Full Tour of Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point, Disney’s New Island Destination

Phil Wood

Promotional image of Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point featuring colorful beach bungalows, tropical plants, and visitors walking along a path. Text reads "Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point FULL TOUR.

We were recently able to visit and tour Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point, including a look at amenities, transportation, attractions, food, beverages, and merchandise. Join us on a tour of Disney’s newest island destination.

Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point

A statue of a red crab character, Sebastian, emerging from an open clam shell atop a large rock with various colorful underwater elements, situated in an outdoor area under decorative canopies.

Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point joins Castaway Cay as one of the two Disney islands available to Disney Cruise Line guests.

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In May, a Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point map was revealed, displaying the amenities, transportation, attractions, food, beverages, and merchandise available on the island.

The Dock and Lookout Landing

A group of people walking on a long, curved concrete path over the ocean under a partly cloudy sky, with Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point in the distance.

We disembarked from the ship and made our way to Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point. The walk from the ship to the island was about 10-15 minutes, so be prepared for a bit of a hike.

Once off the dock, we arrived at Lookout Landing. Here, we found charter boat check-in at Turbot Berth, food and beverages at Mangroves & Go, and merchandise at First & Last Chance Stand.

Mabrika Cove Cabanas

A small beach hut labeled "19" with a wooden deck surrounded by tropical plants and palm trees, set against a backdrop of a blue sky and ocean, reminiscent of Disney's Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.

From Lookout Landing, we walked to Mabrika Cove to explore its cabanas. They are elevated one-room buildings available to families and guests of all ages.

A small wooden room with tan walls, a green sofa, a blue chair, two windows with bamboo blinds, and a wall-mounted screen evokes the charm of Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point. A small wooden table sits beneath a sign that reads "Welcome Guests.

Each cabana features a green couch, two blue armless chairs, and multiple wooden tables. The maximum capacity of each cabana is 31.

A small poolside snack bar at Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point features a countertop with snacks and drinks, a mini fridge, towels in a basket, a window with a bamboo shade, and decorative fish artwork on the wall.

Each cabana contains a refrigerator, indoor shower, towels, and garbage can.

A wooden deck with a round table and two chairs overlooks the ocean, with a cruise ship in the distance under a partly cloudy sky—a perfect scene from Disney's Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.

Cabanas have their own private decks, which feature one round table and multiple cushioned chairs.

A wooden deck at Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point overlooks a sandy beach with clear blue water. An outdoor lounge chair with orange and gray cushions is in the foreground, framed by a palm tree on the right side. The sky is partly cloudy.

There are also two orange and grey cushioned loungers.

A wooden staircase leads to a sandy beach with an outdoor shower in the foreground. The ocean is calm with a large cruise ship docked in the distance under a partly cloudy sky at Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.

Cabanas have beach access and beautiful views of the ocean. Guests also have access to a private outdoor shower to rinse off after going in the sand.

Two people stand inside a small wooden beachside cabin with open doors, reminiscent of Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point. The cabin boasts outdoor seating with a palm tree and the ocean visible in the background.

Each deck has built-in shades so guests can stay out of the sun. There are also sliding glass doors that can close to create a more private indoor space.

Mabrika Cove Tram Stop features an arched entrance with colorful mosaic accents and a rustic sign under a bright blue sky, offering a view reminiscent of Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.

After our tour of the Mabrika Cove Cabanas, we made our way to the Mabrika Cove Tram Stop.

Two blue trams with vibrant floral designs are parked on a sunny day at Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point. One tram has a ramp deployed from the rear door, providing easy access. Trees and a clear sky are visible in the background.

There, we jumped aboard the tram and were brought to the main part of the island.

Goombay Cultural Center

A colorful sign for the Goombay Cultural Center displays the center's name in large, playful letters against a vibrant background with decorative patterns and floral accents reminiscent of Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.

The tram dropped us off at the Goombay Cultural Center tram stop. This area serves as the hub of the main part of Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.

People walking past a brightly colored store with a sign that reads "Tings." The store, reminiscent of Disney's Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point, has various colorful items on display and a wavy patterned roof.

Here, guests will find two shops, Disney T’ings and Treasures of Eleuthera.

A busy souvenir shop at Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point has customers browsing merchandise. The store features brightly colored clothing, plush toys, and an array of souvenirs displayed on shelves and racks, with ceiling fans running above.

We went inside Disney T’ings to take a look at the available merchandise.

People gather outside and inside a colorful souvenir shop named "Treasures of Eleuthera" near Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point on a sunny day.

Treasures of Eleuthera is named after the island that’s home to Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point. The building has openings on all four walls, so guests can view merchandise as they pass by.

A red and yellow sculpture, adorned with white feathers, stands proudly reminiscent of Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.

As we walked through this area, we also noticed a Junkanoo-inspired Mickey Mouse photo op.

A sign with the text "Plaits & Pleats" is displayed against a tropical backdrop at Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point, complete with palm trees and a large umbrella.

In this area, guests can also get their hair braided at Plaits & Pleats, visit The Gathering Tree, or head to another bicycle rental location, Rocky Point.

People in vibrant, colorful costumes perform in an outdoor tropical setting while spectators take photos. Palm trees and a clear blue sky are in the background.

We continued our tour by heading to the Goombay Cultural Center, where we viewed a special preview of “RUSH! A Junkanoo Celebration.” Guests will have the opportunity to experience this show when they visit Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.

A beachside bar named "Bow & Ribbon Bar" with a modern, green, and yellow peaked roof, located near palm trees and the Lighthouse Point boardwalk. Several people are seen walking and standing outside the bar, enjoying the view.

After the show, we traveled down the left pathway and arrived at Bow & Ribbon Bar.

Sign that reads "Flippers & Fins Snorkel Rentals" with a colorful, underwater-themed background and illustrations of flippers and a snorkel mask, perfect for your adventure at Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.

From there, we made our way past Flippers & Fins. Here, guests can rent snorkel equipment and then take it out to explore the ocean of Family Beach.

The outdoor dining area features wooden steps leading to a glass-walled building adorned with a "Watering Hole Cafe" sign. Guests sit under umbrellas while others gather near the entrance, all set against the backdrop of palm trees at Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.

From there, we went to an area featuring Watering Hole Bar and Sandsational Smoothies. Watering Hole Bar is surrounded by a wooden deck with umbrellas where guests can enjoy food and beverages.

A sign with "Sandsational Smoothies" in decorative letters stands amidst tropical plants and trees with a clear blue sky in the background, reminiscent of the enchanting Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.

Sandsational Smoothies is located next to Watering Hole Bar.

Experience the vibrant Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point, a colorful outdoor water park featuring exhilarating slides, a splash area, and swaying palm trees under a clear blue sky.

Right next to Sandsational Smoothies, families can enjoy Rush Out Gush Out.

Colorful water park with multiple slides, playful structures, and vibrant painted canopies with a clear sky background. Water splashes prominently in the foreground.

The area has two water slides and an interactive water play area.

A group of people stands outside a closed concession stand with a curved roof structure and palm trees in the background. The sign above the stand reads "True." It appears they've paused mid-journey on their Full Tour of Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.

From here, we went past True-True BBQ. The location is one of three BBQ restaurants on Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.

Covered outdoor seating area with wooden picnic tables and a view of palm trees and the ocean in the background, reminiscent of Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.

This area has ample seating, all covered to protect guests from weather conditions.

Sebastian’s Cove

Front desk counter with a sign reading "Sebastian's Cove" adorned with colorful decorations, including a blue background, playful text, and water splash illustrations.

After lunch, we went and explored Sebastian’s Cove.

Children and adults engage in playful water activities at a colorful splash pad under sun shades, with a cameraman capturing the scene. Trees and a clear blue sky are visible in the background.

Family members of all ages can enjoy this water play area.

A colorful underwater-themed playground structure features a rock formation with coral, sea creatures, and a musical harp-like element. The scene is outdoors under a canopy with artistic designs.

It’s themed after “The Little Mermaid” and features plenty of characters from under the sea.

A pavilion with blue structural supports and shade sails is set in a sandy area with a splash pad underneath. Children and adults gather around the water features under a clear blue sky.

The play area has shooting water fountains and is completely covered, providing shade from the sun on the hottest of days.

A sandy recreational area with sparse vegetation, water play structures, and scattered toys. Several people are present, and the sky is partly cloudy.

The Sebastian’s Cove play area is encircled by sand, so kids can play away from the ocean.

A beach bar named "Reef and Wreck Bar" with a roof shaped like a ship's hull, surrounded by palm trees and a wooden walkway, set against the stunning backdrop of Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point, featuring a sunny beach and blue sky.

After leaving Sebastian’s Cove, we took a right and made a quick stop at the Reef & Wreck Bar.

Circular building with a sign reading "Play Play Pavilion" on a wooden boardwalk near a beach with palm trees and people in the background, reminiscent of Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.

From there we walked along the beach to the area with Play-Play Pavilion.

Under the open-air pavilion at Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point, people are playing various games like Connect Four and Jenga. Hula hoops lie scattered on the wooden floor. Blue pillars support the roof structure, while a picturesque beach can be seen in the background.

At Play-Play Pavilion, guests will find activities and games for all ages.

Serenity Bay

A small wooden building with an extended, shaded porch is seen under a clear blue sky. The structure includes sloped roofs and a seating area with red cushions.

We then made our way to the final part of the island, Serenity Bay. Serenity Bay is an area for guests 18 years and older. At this location, adults can rent cabanas identical to the ones available at Mabrika Cove.

A wooden table with five chairs is set on a deck with a garden view. In the background, people are walking through an open doorway.

The outdoor deck space has the same table and chairs as in Mabrika Cove.

A wooden deck features two sun loungers with orange and gray cushions. The deck connects to a shaded lounge area with blue chairs and opens to a sunny landscape with palm plants and modern buildings.

Two loungers are available for guests to relax.

A wooden deck with stairs leads to an open cabana featuring lounge chairs, a table, and a shaded area with roof beams, set against a backdrop of a sunny, clear sky.

The deck is covered with shades to protect guests from the hot Bahamian sun.

A cozy seating area with a green couch, two blue chairs, and a table are inside a small wooden structure with large windows. Two people in casual summer attire stand in the doorway.

The interior space has two blue armless chairs, a green couch, and three wooden end tables.

A cozy seating area with a green couch, two blue armchairs, and wooden tables. The room has cream-colored walls with brown trim and slatted windows. Artwork is hung on one wall.

The windows of each cabana are protected by wooden shutters that allow for air to flow through the space.

The image shows the exterior of the "Blue Hole Bar," a circular structure with a green, angled roof. There are two entrances beneath the bar's blue sign. The sky is clear and there are palm trees nearby, evoking a vibe reminiscent of Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.

After touring the Serenity Bay cabanas, we made our final stop at the Blue Hole Bar. This bar and Serenity Bay BBQ are also reserved for guests 18 years and older.

A large cruise ship docked at the end of a long, concrete pier extending over the sea at Disney Lookout Cay, with people walking toward the ship under a partly cloudy sky.

After exploring the island, we walked back along the dock to rest aboard the Disney Magic.

Watch our full tour in video form below:

Are you excited to visit Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point now that it’s open to guests? Let us know in the comments or on social media.

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