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Nassau, capital city of The Bahamas, lies on New Providence Island, the neighbour of Paradise Island. This island pair maintains a distinct blend of international 21st century glamour..
With miles of idyllic deserted beaches - especially the 13 km (8-mile) pink sand beach - cerulean waters, word-class diving, snorkelling and fishing, beautiful rolling hills and rocky..
From beautiful beaches and unspoilt pine forests to sleepy villages and catamaran cruises at sunset: you can experience it all on Grand Bahama Island. The sensational holiday hotspot of..
There's more to the 200 km (120-mile) necklace of islands and often uninhabited cays and beaches that form the Abacos than just great sailing and boating. There's Marsh Harbour, the..
Paradise Island - Bahamas beauty at its best
Waiting to welcome you just a stone's throw from Nassau is the glamorous Paradise Island. Just four miles long and a half a mile wide, Nassau..
Located just North of the settlement of New Bight, at Fernandez Bay Village, this curvy tree lined white-sandy beach is contrasted by craggy ironshore that welcomes the spray of the..
Near Kamalame is the third longest barrier reef in the world it is just a mile from our shores offering divers and snorkellers the perfect opportunity to enjoy the warm Caribbean waters..
The year is 1716.................. Pirates of Nassau, the interactive Pirate Attraction in the heart of downtown Nassau. Your adventure begins on a moonlit dock amidst the smells of sea..
Bimini Sands Resort and Marina is creating a brand new experience on the island of Bimini with the Bimini Nature Trail. The islands of Bimini are legendary for their marine thrills, but..
Chub Cay's location at the edge of the Tounge of The Ocean, makes it a premier destination for diving, offering some of the most pristine coral reefs in The Bahamas. Its spectacular..
Built in 1793, the front of the fort is shaped like the bow of a ship and would have provided a good spot for a lookout to stand. Its cannons have never been fired in battle. Located on..
The Garden of the Groves has more than 10,000 species of flowers, shrubs, trees, and exotic plant life, which attracts many birds and butterflies. Along its shaded, winding paths are..
Set in the Berry Islands in the heart of The Bahamas this private island retreat offers accommodation for up to 12 guests in 3 luxury villas. Little Whale Cay is steeped in local Bahamian..
A great place to get away from it all, Mount Alvernia on Cat Island is the highest hill in The Bahamas. At 63m (206 feet) high it gives a full 360 panoramic view of the island with its..
"The Retreat" is a National Park, the headquarters of the Bahamas National Trust. One of the world's largest collection of rare and exotic palms grow and flourish in the one-acre gardens of..
Located on South Andros Island, this coconut tree lined, white sand pristine beach is a fitting welcome for guests who seek a beach holiday with natural activities.
First settled in 1648, Eleuthera is perhaps the best-known of the Out Islands and one of the main agricultural centres of The Islands of The Bahamas. Shaped like a praying mantis, the..
The location of not one but two James Bond movies - Thunderball and Never Say Never Again - the Exumas are made up of 365 islands and cays strung out like jeweled stepping stones across..
Located at one of Nassau's highest points, this has been the official residence of the Governor General of The Bahamas, personal representative of the Queen, since 1801. A statue of..
A few miles west of Nassau is Cable Beach, covering four kilometres (two and a half miles) of fabulous beach with five first-class or luxury resorts, a golf course, nightlife, and the..
Located at the historic Villa Doyle, a newly restored 19th century mansion, the museum houses the National Collection of Bahamian artworks including paintings, sculpture, works on paper..
Located 13 km (8 miles) north of Cherokee Sound, Great Abaco, this 2,100 acre land and sea area is a sister park to the Exuma Cay Land and Sea Park. It contains beautiful undersea caves..
For many years the people of Abaco debated the origin of a herd of horses that galloped through their pine forest, but in 1998 they came to believe that they might be "Spanish Barbs." In..
The Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park, the first of its kind in the world, is famous for its pristine beauty, outstanding anchorages and breathtaking marine environment. Under its transparent..
Festival Place, located on Prince George Wharf, was designed by award-winning Bahamian architect, Jackson Burnside. Its vibrant, colourful design reflects the architectural style of a..
To see an excellent example of Old Nassau, go by the flamingo-pink government buildings of Parliament Square. Constructed in 1815, these buildings are excellent examples of colonial..
This graceful crescent of pale sand borders the phenomenally blue-green water along the coast of Little Exuma. The longest beach on the island, it is also the prettiest in the Exuma chain..
Steps away from the guest rooms and the docks in Marsh Harbour, the beach at Abaco Beach Resort is the perfect compliment to a lazy day in the hammock beneath one of the many palm trees..
In 1994, The Bahamas National Trust (BNT) established the Abaco National Park primarily to protect the northern most range of the Bahama Parrot. The Park, located, between Hole In The Wall..
This secluded, private beach club on Winding Bay affords its guests spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. Learn to windsurf, explore the shallow depths snorkelling or in a glass bottom..
Located at the mouth of Fresh Creek in North Andros, the beach at Andros Lighthouse Yacht Club and Marina sees plenty of usage from scuba divers, snorkelers, fishermen and couples enjoying..
Arawak Cay, the site where the Junkanoo Summer Festival is held, has developed naturally as a Bahamian seafood paradise. It began as a series of makeshift stalls that prepared conch (konk)..
Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Centre has an indefinable charm and personal touch. There is a tranquility here that can't be bought or manufactured. Lose yourself along twisting..
This museum, "dedicated to preserving the history and culture of the people of the Bimini islands," has received much praise for its archives and presentation of the island's history. Local..
Spend the day enjoying one of the most secluded beaches in the Bahamas at famous Blue Lagoon Island. Blue Lagoon Island offers breathtakingly clear turquoise waters including a hidden..
This is unquestionably one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, with pure-white, powdery sand, stretching about three miles.
Cape Santa Maria is at the island's northern tip, about..
This spot was the founding city of Treasure Cay and is located on the northeast peninsula of what is now Treasure Cay Beach. Six hundred American Loyalists who migrated to The Bahamas..
Erected in 1841, the present edifice is the fifth church that has occupied this spot. Along the walls, tablets trace the trials Nassau citizens endured over 150 years ago. Be sure to look..
On the northern most tip of the island, North Long Island, there is a 4.5m (15 ft) tall stone obelisk memorial erected to Christopher Columbus. This area provides some stunning views and..
William (Count) Basie, Jazz pianist, and conductor was born August 21, 1904 in Red Bank, New Jersey. An incredible figure in 20th century music, Count Basie founded the Count Basie..
If you have time to visit only one fort, see this one. It is by far the largest and covers 100 acres. Located on a hill overlooking the far west end of the harbour, Fort Charlotte commands..
About two miles east of Upper Bogue and north of Gregory Town at the narrowest part of Eleuthera Island, which is just 9m (30 feet) wide, is the Glass Window Bridge. Striking rock..
The little sister of Eleuthera Island, Harbour Island sits just 3km (2 miles) east of Eleuthera and is famous for it's 5.5 km (3.5 mile) pink sand beach - rated as one of the finest beaches..
Harbour Island is most renowned for its pale pink sand beaches some three plus miles long and 15m to 30m (50 to 100 feet) wide - considered one of the very best beaches in The Islands of..
One of The Abacos' more popular island hideaways, and certainly one of the largest, Elbow Cay is home to The most famous landmark in the Abacos - the red and white striped lighthouse. After..
The design for the International Bazaar, which opened in 1967, was the brainchild of a motion picture special effects expert from California. This 10-acre complex comprises shops..
Jacaranda is a stately home built in the 1840's by then Chief Justice, Sir George Anderson. When a ship pulled into Nassau Harbour with a load of stones from Georgia, it was not surprising..
1.6 km (1 mile) off the southern shore of Grand Bahama Island lies 1-1/2 acre Peterson Cay, one of the smallest National Parks in the Bahamas. Protected park area includes the cay as well..
Queen's Staircase: Nassau's most visited attraction. Climb the 65 steps carved out of solid limestone by slaves in the late 18th century. This 31m (102-foot) staircase was named in honor of..
The Rand Nature Centre was named after James H. Rand, a renowned philanthropist of Freeport, who died in 1968. The 100-acre sanctuary was the first education nature centre to be established..
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