Whether you're looking for a luxurious romantic escape or an affordable family getaway, an all-inclusive resort vacation to the Bahamas is an excellent option. Feed your adventurous spirit with diving for sunken Spanish Galleons off Grand Bahama Island or sailing in The Abacos, the boating capital of the world. Make precious family memories on one of the many family-friendly beaches or take a boat trip as a family. Take in the rich culture of The Bahamas and marvel in the beauty that extends far beyond the extraordinary natural wonders.
Freeport is located in the capital of Grand Bahama Island and is home to the 10-acre International Bazaar with shops and restaurants that represent different countries of the world. National parks and botanical gardens showcase the island's tropical beauty. Visit one of the world's largest underwater cave systems or search for dolphins in the surrounding sea. When the sun goes down, try your luck at the casinos, take in a show, or dance the night away at a club.
This historic city is home to ancient forts, a bustling port, and elegant hotels. Pastel government buildings surround a regal statue of Queen Victoria -- a reminder of British influence in the Bahamas.
Explore the famous straw market and Bay Street, which is lined with duty-free shops. Shop for fresh fish along the docks or take a boat to adjacent Paradise Island. Go snorkeling or sailing along pristine beaches that stretch for miles or just lay in the sand and soak up the warm rays of the sun.
This 685-acre island is a true island paradise, graced with white-sand beaches and turquoise waters. The real showcase of the island is Cabbage Beach, a two-mile stretch of palm-lined white sands -- a sunbather's haven in the winter. Nearby is the more isolated Paradise Beach, dotted by thatched huts.
Casinos and nightclubs are hotspots when the sun goes down, featuring live shows, dancing, and music such as Junkanoo, authentic Bahamian island music.
San Salvador Island is a five-mile-wide and twelve-miles-long island located in the eastern Bahamas. This island attracts tourists, divers, and fishermen alike with its miles of pristine, secluded beaches, natural reefs and dazzling, crystal-clear water offering visibility up to 150 feet. The island offers tours of old plantation ruins and Lucayan Indian sites emphasizing its historical significance.
Exuma is a pristine and unspoiled island in the Bahamas. Life here remains as it was decades ago; on many parts of the island, the only sounds you hear
are birdsongs and the gentle lapping of the sea on the shore. The island's simplicity and unpretentiousness are exemplified in the atmosphere of the friendly community. Enjoy an unimpeded view of the sunset or gaze at the stars without the interference of bright lights and commercial glitz.
Eleuthera, which means "Freedom" in Greek, is miles of glistening pink and white sand beaches and serene colonial villages. The rolling acres of pineapple plantations make Eleuthera an island of the most casual sophistication. Visit the subterranean Preacher's Cave, the magnificent mile-long Cave at Hatchet Bay, or the Glass Window Bridge, which spans a gap in which the turbulent waters of the Atlantic meet the calmer seas of the Exuma Sound on the island's leeward side.
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