Are you a beach bum? The Bahamas is guaranteed to change your life forever!
With its perfect powdery white beaches, The Bahamas provides unforgettable natural landscapes.
No wonder it is one of the world’s most popular travel destinations today. Here are a few must-see places in The Bahamas:
Part of the Atlantis Resort, Atlantis Paradise Island is one of best vacation resorts in the Caribbean.
Atlantis has a wide range of accommodations, including the Royal Towers and Cove Atlantis.
It also features massive water parks, modern entertainment complexes, including the largest casino in the Caribbean, fine dining and much more.
Guests at the hotel get free entry into the 141-acre Aquaventure, over 20 pools and a mile-long Lazy River Ride.
Lying close to the United States, Grand Bahama is a popular tourist destination for package tourists and cruise ships.
Grand Bahama features beaches, modern resorts and golf courses. It is also home to the largest underwater cave system in the world.
If you appreciate nature, you can find a wide range of native bird species in the three national parks: Lucayan National Park, The Rand Nature Center and Peterson Cay National Park.
Grand Bahama’s largest city, Freeport, is the second biggest city in the Bahamas.
Freeport served as Grand Bahama’s capital, until it was replaced by Port Lucaya, which is now a major tourist centre for shopping and entertainment.
There is also Port Lucaya Marketplace where you will find all types of products, including jewellery, souvenirs and more.
Lying almost 45 miles east of Miami, Florida, Bimini Island is known as the “Big Game Fishing Capital of Bahamas.”
Of all the islands, Bimini Island is the situated close to the U.S. mainland. This island is known for Rainbow Reef, Victory Reef and Sapona Wreck.
A popular diving spot, Andros Island is the largest landmass in the Bahamas.
Andros Island also has the third-largest barrier reef in the world. Moreover, you will find plenty of freshwater blue holes and underwater caves.
Needless to say, Andros Island is a haven for nature lovers. Some highlights include forests, bird life, mangrove swamps, and eco-resorts.
Apart from all these natural attractions, you can check out the Androsia Batik Factory to buy unique fabrics with Bahamian motifs.
Known as the oldest settlement in Bahamas, Harbour Island is a favourite spot of the rich and famous.
It features pinks sandy beaches, gorgeous resorts and much more.
Harbour Island was also the site of the first Parliament.
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