Swim with the dolphins, snorkel the reefs in crystal clear water, relax on gorgeous beaches, feed the swimming pigs, sample delicious Bahamian food, explore Atlantis, enjoy great deep-sea fishing, swim with sharks, and experience international bazaars.
Nassau is a bustling metropolitan hub full of Bahamian culture with all modern amenities. Climb the Queen’s Staircase to historic Fort Fincastle above Nassau, visit Prince George Wharf and the Straw Market or the Pirates of Nassau Museum. Get in the clear turquoise water – snorkel right off the beach, scuba dive the reefs and wrecks, or try your hand at snuba – tankless scuba diving, or even try your own Scenic Underwater Bubble – an underwater scooter. You must experience Paradise Island! It is impossible to miss the 5-hotel resort of Atlantis, with its water adventures – Aquaventure, the Marine Habitat, the tunnel through Predator Lagoon, shark exhibit, feed the stingrays in the lagoon, Dolphin Cay, dive a shipwreck, and snorkel the man-made Ruins of Atlantis. Also not to miss on Paradise Island are the Versailles Gardens and French Cloister. So many possibilities, click this link to start planning now!
Located just 55 miles east of Florida, Grand Bahama Island has gorgeous beaches, luxury hotels, championship golf courses, and reef tours – all situated on miles of powder-white sand beaches surrounded by turquoise water. Swim with dolphins, dive with sharks, snorkel the reefs, or explore inland blue holes and caverns. In Freeport, visit the International Bazaar, enjoy nightly live entertainment at the Port Lucaya Marketplace - Count Basie Square. Click here to plan your adventures now!
In The Exumas, nature outnumbers humans, with vast expanses of sapphire-blue water, and exclusive resorts. Adventures include feeding the swimming pigs at Big Major’s Cay, bone-fishing in the shallows, swim with nurse sharks at Compass Bay, or snorkel Thunderball Grotto. Deans Blue Hole is the second deepest in the world, unique to this blue hole is that it is surrounded by a natural rock amphitheater and a powder-white beach. Click this link to plan your vacation in the Exumas
Andros is the largest island in the Bahamas, yet is one of the islands least developed; it abounds with miles of deserted beaches and freshwater lakes, home to countless species of marine life and wildlife. Explore the world’s third largest barrier reef, which starts in about 8 feet of water and plunges over 6,000 feet into the tongue of the ocean. Adventure in the largest protected area in the Bahamas, through five national parks. Dive the largest concentration of ocean and inland blue holes in Blue Holes National Park. Click here to plan your Andros adventure now!
Thought to be the location of the lost city of Atlantis, Bimini is a string of islands and cays boasting miles of pristine beaches and an underwater wonderland for divers at the edge of a sheer underwater cliff that falls thousands of feet into the blue abyss. The Healing hole is an excursion not to miss, with its unique curative properties. World-class deep-sea fishing made Bimini one of Earnest Hemmingway’s favorite islands. Bimini is the best place in the world to free-swim with pods of Atlantic Spotted Dolphins. Bimini is calling, click here to plan now!
Eleuthera is an island of casual sophistication, housing isolated communities, well developed resorts, rocky bluffs, low-lying wetlands and massive coral reefs that create magnificent backdrops. Travel and Leisure called Eleuthera the “best secret island on earth”; here travelers will find ultra-luxurious inns and atmospheric small resorts. Travelers can choose to stay on the mainland of Eleuthera or on nearby Harbour Island which has a larger variety of accommodations and ore high end restaurants per capita than any other destination in The Bahamas.. Click this link to plan your Eleuthera vacation now!