Travel To Bahamas
If you are a beach lover and dreaming of a perfect stretch of powdery sand that is lapped by magnificent shades of blue; you must be dreaming of Bahamas. The country encompasses 700 islands and more than 2000 isle across the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The nation's capital Nassau; attracts the most tourist with its scenic beauty and astonishing islands and beaches.
Travel to The Bahamas
Atlantis Paradise IslandThe Sensational Island
Controlling the Skyline on Paradise Island; this ultimate and sensational island, the salmon-pink resort expressively recreates the legend of Atlantis in a luxury hotel, aquarium, water park, and entertainment complex. Guests at the hotel access free entry to the great 141 acres Aquaventure; that is a waterscape packed with some high-speed slides, a long Lazy River Ride, and 20 swimming areas. Atlantis Paradise Island's guests can also find some shops, entertainment venues, and restaurants.
NassauGorgeous White Sands
Nassau is one of the most popular cruise ship ports in the Caribbean; the country still controls to entertain its visitors against the crew of camera hefting tourists. People visit this ultimate place to lie under sunlight on white sands of the gorgeous Cable Beach meanwhile exploring the restaurants, shops, museums, and the sweet-colored colonial buildings of the city.
Exuma Cays Land & Sea ParkThe Marine Protected Zone
The out-of-the-way eastern edge of the Bahamas, the Exuma Cays Land & Sea Park is basically a "marine protected zone" and is the first of its kind in the area. The park self-praises itself with some of the most striking seascapes, with luminous water in electric blues and bone white sands. These seascapes are popular with divers and boaters who come here to eye witness diverse marine life, the quality anchorages, and of course the crystal clear waters.
Harbour IslandThe Pink Sand Beaches
North East to the pretty Harbour Island lies is its big sister; the Eleuthera that is one of the oldest islands in the Bahamas. The island is famous for its pink sand beaches and the chic resorts. "Briland" is the name that is affectionately given to the island by its lovely locals. Some of the popular things to do here include snorkeling, diving, basking on the beautiful pink sand beaches, and fishing.
Andros IslandThe Largest Landmass
Andros is the largest landmass in the Bahamas, has the third largest barrier reef and also has many fresh water holes and some underwater caves. Fly fishing is something big here and the Andros is called as the "bonefishing capital of the world." The island is also known as the largest protected area in the Bahamas with five national parks.
Treasure CayThe Flour-Soft Sand
Located On the edges of the eastern shore of Great Abaco, is often voted as one of the most alluring beaches in the world. This sensational beach wows its visitors with its flour-soft sand and the aqua water. The half moon shaped shore lies in the upscale resort community of Treasure Cay, which hosts one of the most popular fishing tournaments in the Bahamas.
Elbow CayThe Light House
The eight-mile long Cay lies in the Abaco islands of the Bahamas. The Cay lies almost 4 miles east of the Marsh Harbour. The Atlantic Ocean runs all along the eastern coast of the Elbow Cay. The Cay is famous for its candy striped light house, the Hope Town is home to many excellent boating opportunities, pretty palm-lined beaches and of course the proximity to Marsh Harbour.
BiminiBig Game Fishing Capital
Bimini is known as the "Big Game Fishing Capital" of the Bahamas; the island is the closest to the islands of the United States. The island lied almost 88 kilometers east of the east of Miami, Florida. This ultimate fish hook shaped cluster is a collective island of North Bimini, South Bimini, and numerous cays extending south from Pigeon Cay to South Cat Cay. The island is also a home to a number of deep sea fishing tournaments.
Long IslandAlluring Islands
Long Island is one of the most alluring islands and lies a little off the beaten path in the southern half of the southern peninsula. The island is almost 130 kilometers long and seven kilometers wide is a contrast combination of sandy beaches on the west coast and the rocky cliffs to its east. One can reach the island mainly by ferry or air services from Nassau.