Pig Beach is a small uninhabited island in the Exuma group of Bahamas. The island itself is not very interesting. The main thing is about pigs swimming in the Caribbean Sea. Animals are fed both by tourists and by locals, but recently their population has slightly decreased. However, other sources say that locals just eat the big pigs to prevent them from overpopulating. Shore and seabed: sand. 
In the Bahamas, it is common to take a vacation during the dry season in the winter half of the year. However, there are also many sunny days in summer, while the sea water is warmer, and it's not so crowdy.