The elite resorts, chic boutiques, and a wide range of entertainment options make it a top favorite. Stunning beaches with exotic scenery are a winner.
Here are a few key destinations in the Bahamas you should not miss.
It is on Providence Island. Being the capital, it attracts tons of tourists. But in that crowd also you can’t help but enjoy the exciting trip here. The busy market of Bay Street and the Nassau straw market are a thrilling experience. You can grab mementos for your trip in these markets.
Stroll along the streets to do some window shopping at famous boutiques, or grab gawk at the fancy buildings lining the streets.
Nearby Cable Beach is a tropical beach you are going to enjoy. The gorgeous view of Paradise Island from the expanse of turquoise blue waters is worth the visit.
ATLANTIS PARADISE ISLAND
You might think that the legendary Atlantis island is now underwater. It might be away from the human focus. But the recreation of this epic and in Paradise Island is in close relevance to Atlantis.
Atlantis Paradise Island is a resort which dominates the entire land in the isle. The huge resort is nothing less than an enigma.
It has a mammoth-sized Aquaventure. Here you can indulge in swimming, high-speed slides, river rides. It’s like a tiny city where you will find all kinds of elegant shops and quirky cafes to spend your day. Spoil yourself a bit at Atlantis!
The tropical magic of busy ports and vibrant markets define Grand Bahama. It has the second-largest city in the Bahamas, which makes it all the more popular among tourists. Port Lucaya Marketplace is a heaven for street shoppers.
You can browse through metal jewelry and straw items. Have your pick! If you want some time alone, beholding the unspoiled beauty of nature.
The underwater caves on Grand Bahama are a fitting option.
EXUMA CAYS AND SEA PARK
We had told about the rich and famous making Bahamas their home. Exuma Cays is the place where you can spot classy homes of famous A-list stars like David Copperfield and Johnny Depp. It does not end there you can stay at the luxurious resorts of Exuma’s.
You will love it here if you are a boater or a diver. The water is crystal clear. And if it’s a good day you can see up to thirty meters deep inside the water. Isn’t that great?
The protected marine life is bewilderingly beautiful.
A laid back town with a medieval feel is a perfect place to spend a quiet summer. It is located on the fringes of the Abaco sea. The tiny cottages and cobblestone lanes are best discovered on foot. Maybe that is the reason vehicles are not used in this settlement.
You can photograph the principal landmark here, the Lighthouse of Hope Town. The pretty beaches are pleasant and uncrowded. You can take a boat cruise to Marsh Harbour from Elbow Cay. Or you can do some bird watching at Tilloo Cay reserve.