Travelers love the world-class fishing, boating, snorkeling, diving, and sailing of the Bahamas


The Bahamas bring to reality the dream of every beach lovers with its wonderful stretch of powdery sand that is lapped by sublime shades of blue sea. It is situated just eighty kilometers away from Florida. The Bahamas consists of more than 2,000 small cays and 700 islands that are disbursed across the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.

Atlantis Paradise Island:


The legend of Atlantis is recreated by the Atlantis Paradise Island with its luxury hotel, aquarium, Water Park, and entertainment complex. It is a salmon-pink resort that is splashy and dominates the Skyline.  Travelers who visit this hotel avail the free entry to the renowned Aquaventure, spread across 141 acres.



In spite of the crowd of the camera-toting travelers, Nassau manages to appeal to the visitors. It is one of the most popular cruise ship ports of the Caribbean. Travelers who visit here love to bask on the white sands of the Cable beach; explore the museums, restaurants, and shops.

Sea Park and Exuma Cays Land:


It is a no take zone in the Caribbean being a marine protected zone and the only of its kind in this region. Sea Park and Exuma Cays Land is situated in the distant eastern edge of the Bahamas. Consisting of bone white sand and luminous water in electric blues, this park boasts of some most impressive seascapes of the Bahamas.

Harbour Island:


Harbour Island is one of the oldest settlements in the Bahamas. It is situated to the north-east of its bigger counterpart the Eleuthera. The site of the first parliament of Bahamas, Harbour Island is renowned for its chic resorts and pink sand beaches.

Grand Bahama:


Grand Bahama is a renowned destination for cruise ships and package tourists. It is situated on the northern extreme of Bahamas. Its capital Freeport is the second biggest city in the Bahamas.

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