The Bahamas are definitely the top destination of the alluring and ever popular Caribbean. Its beaches are among the most beautiful in the whole world and it attracts the most rich and famous individuals, being their luxury resort. Taking into account it used to be a pirate location in the past, you can freely draw the connections worthy a sarcastic remark, if you want to, of course. The Bahamas encompass 700 islands and there are surely plenty of activities available, should you choose this tropical paradise as your holiday destination.
This is the capital of the Bahamas and is always crowded with visitors. It provides them with plenty of restaurants, shopping centers, entertainment complexes and luxurious resorts. Of course, if you dislike the crowded, loud tourist locations, you can always visit some of the, so called Out Islands, such as Abacos or Bahama Banks, that are much more peaceful and laid back. Each island offers a handful of activities and recreational possibilities, and, if your visit happens to be taking place around the New Year, do not miss Junkanoo, the Bahamas most popular festival of the year.
Harbor Island is one of the oldest inhabited places in the Bahamas. Enjoy the charm of Dunmore Town, the legendary pink sand beaches and various activities offered on this enchanting island.
Grand Bahama is another popular destination, especially for cruisers. Its capital, Freeport, is one of the largest cities in the Bahamas and it offers a multitude of tourist spots for dining, shopping or simply having fun. The island is the home of underwater caves and boasts with three national parks, so, nature lovers might find something for themselves as well.
Green Turtle Cay
Situated in the Abacos, this place is secluded, beautiful and romantic. It is also a step back in time, full of calm nature and sleepy hamlets, such as New Plymouth.
Andros Island is a must-see for divers, as well as those who like fishing. It also contains five national parks.
Atlantis Paradise Island
This famous, luxurious hotel offers a one of a kind recreation of the Atlantis myth, through its water park, entertainment complex and aquarium. If this happens to be type of experience up your alley, you definitely shouldn’t miss it.
Treasure Cay Beach
Considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Treasure Cay Beach is a place any visitors of the Bahamas, mustn’t miss.
Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park
This park is a marine protected area and very popular with boaters and divers. It also offers some other activities for visitors, such as snorkeling, and, of course, has the most striking seascapes in the whole Bahamas. Thunderball Cave, one of the locations in the park, even featured in a James Bond movie.