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What to Do in Bahamas

The Beaches

Think of the Bahamas, and you're bound to think of its beaches. With warm weather year-round, these beaches are excellent if you're looking to relax along the sands or swim within the waters. Many famous beaches line the islands of the Bahamas, including Cable Beach, Gold Rock Beach, Pink Sand Beach, and Pig Beach, where you can feed wild pigs.

Port Lacuya Marketplace

Situated in Freeport on Grand Bahama, this open-air market contains over forty shops, over sixteen restaurants, and four bars. Painted in the vibrant Caribbean style, you'll find yourself immersed in the culture of the Bahamas. When you've had your share of shopping for local wares, stay around at night for DJ shows playing Bahamian and International music.

Aquaventure

Located on the northern end of Nassau, Aquaventure, the Paradise Island Water Park, is a perfect locale for thrill-seekers and families. Here, you'll find the Leap of Faith and the Abyss, both of which will make your hair stand on end with their steep drops. Those looking for more relaxing venues can enjoy splash pools and a lazy river.

What to See in Bahamas

Lacuyan National Park

Situated on the southern coast of Grand Bahama, Lucayan National Park is a 40-acre region of pine forests, swamps, beaches, and boardwalks. Here, you'll find Gold Rock Beach, which appeared in two of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" movies, and the subterrane, an underwater limestone cave system perfect for exploring. Kayaking through the mangroves is another way to experience this natural wonder.

Queen’s Staircase

Constructed in the 1700s to connect Bennet Hill's Fort Fincastle to Nassau, Queen's Staircase—otherwise known as the 66 steps—is a limestone staircase that took over 16 years to complete. Named after Queen Victoria, who abolished slavery in the Bahamas, the Stairs are surrounded by palm trees and are capped by a lush waterfall. It's perfect for history and nature enthusiasts alike.

John Watling’s Distillery

Tired of outdoor activities? We recommend touring John Watling's Distillery, located on New Providence Island and located in the Buena Vista Estate. During your tour of the distillery, you can taste-test its homemade rum and see how it's made. After your tour, stop by the adjoining Red Turtle Tavern to sip on rum, vodka, and gin.

Where to Stay in Bahamas

New Providence Island

Also known as Nassau Island—the capital city of Nassau is located here—New Providence is the most populous island of the Bahamas and the most popular with tourists. Here, you'll find easy access to the world-famous Paradise Island as well as iconic beaches like Cable Beach. New Providence Island also has much in the way of shopping, dining, and more—there’s so much to do here.

Grand Bahama Island

Home to many resorts, shopping venues, restaurants, and nightclubs, Grand Bahama Island is certain to keep you busy. Home to Freeport, the second-largest city in the Bahamas, it is known for its fabulous nightlife, perfect for dancing the night away. Nature enthusiasts, rejoice, as Grand Bahama also contains Lucayan National Park, which has trails through mangrove swamps, ideal for hiking.

Cat Island

Those looking for a more chill and laid-back vibe, look no further than Cat Island. As part of the Out Islands, you'll need to take an additional flight therefrom Nassau, but it's worth the ride if you're looking to relax on your vacation. With beaches, mountains, and ruins, there are plenty of places to explore here on Cat Island.

The Beaches

Think of the Bahamas, and you're bound to think of its beaches. With warm weather year-round, these beaches are excellent if you're looking to relax along the sands or swim within the waters. Many famous beaches line the islands of the Bahamas, including Cable Beach, Gold Rock Beach, Pink Sand Beach, and Pig Beach, where you can feed wild pigs.

Port Lacuya Marketplace

Situated in Freeport on Grand Bahama, this open-air market contains over forty shops, over sixteen restaurants, and four bars. Painted in the vibrant Caribbean style, you'll find yourself immersed in the culture of the Bahamas. When you've had your share of shopping for local wares, stay around at night for DJ shows playing Bahamian and International music.

Aquaventure

Located on the northern end of Nassau, Aquaventure, the Paradise Island Water Park, is a perfect locale for thrill-seekers and families. Here, you'll find the Leap of Faith and the Abyss, both of which will make your hair stand on end with their steep drops. Those looking for more relaxing venues can enjoy splash pools and a lazy river.

Lacuyan National Park

Situated on the southern coast of Grand Bahama, Lucayan National Park is a 40-acre region of pine forests, swamps, beaches, and boardwalks. Here, you'll find Gold Rock Beach, which appeared in two of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" movies, and the subterrane, an underwater limestone cave system perfect for exploring. Kayaking through the mangroves is another way to experience this natural wonder.

Queen’s Staircase

Constructed in the 1700s to connect Bennet Hill's Fort Fincastle to Nassau, Queen's Staircase—otherwise known as the 66 steps—is a limestone staircase that took over 16 years to complete. Named after Queen Victoria, who abolished slavery in the Bahamas, the Stairs are surrounded by palm trees and are capped by a lush waterfall. It's perfect for history and nature enthusiasts alike.

John Watling’s Distillery

Tired of outdoor activities? We recommend touring John Watling's Distillery, located on New Providence Island and located in the Buena Vista Estate. During your tour of the distillery, you can taste-test its homemade rum and see how it's made. After your tour, stop by the adjoining Red Turtle Tavern to sip on rum, vodka, and gin.

New Providence Island

Also known as Nassau Island—the capital city of Nassau is located here—New Providence is the most populous island of the Bahamas and the most popular with tourists. Here, you'll find easy access to the world-famous Paradise Island as well as iconic beaches like Cable Beach. New Providence Island also has much in the way of shopping, dining, and more—there’s so much to do here.

Grand Bahama Island

Home to many resorts, shopping venues, restaurants, and nightclubs, Grand Bahama Island is certain to keep you busy. Home to Freeport, the second-largest city in the Bahamas, it is known for its fabulous nightlife, perfect for dancing the night away. Nature enthusiasts, rejoice, as Grand Bahama also contains Lucayan National Park, which has trails through mangrove swamps, ideal for hiking.

Cat Island

Those looking for a more chill and laid-back vibe, look no further than Cat Island. As part of the Out Islands, you'll need to take an additional flight therefrom Nassau, but it's worth the ride if you're looking to relax on your vacation. With beaches, mountains, and ruins, there are plenty of places to explore here on Cat Island.

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