The Bahamas is a dream place for all the beach lovers. Coral-based archipelago of 700 islands and cays, once a haven for pirates and loyalists is now a playground for anyone who enjoys fishing, boating, diving, snorkeling, sailing and swimming with dolphins. The northernmost Grand Bahamas and Paradise are homes to famous Atlantis resort. Andros Barrier Reef, Thunderball Grotto and black the black coral gardens of Bimini are famed scuba diving and snorkeling sites. The pink sand beaches of Harbour Island to uncrowded outer cays, The Bahamas is a perfect destination for vacations.
You never fall short of things to do in The Bahamas. It is completely breathtaking with so much to see and do there. Eat, drink and buy in this beautiful archipelago of Islands. You will have hard time deciding, where to start? Grab our all-inclusive Bahamas Holiday packages to make your experience just exquisite. Top tourist attractions in the Bahamas are:
- Grand Bahama
- Andros Island
- Harbour Island
- Elbow Cay
- Green Turtle Cay
- Treasure Cay
- Exuma Cays Land and Sea National Park
- Long Island
Food, Music, Culture
Bahamian cuisine without any doubt consists largely of seafood. You will be spell-struck with the taste of conch (pronounced "konk") a must try we suggest. Though sea snails might not sound appetizing but you will definitely will want to try. It is popularly prepared in three forms:
- Conch fritters – deep-fried balls of conch served with hot sauce;
- Conch salad – uncooked conch mixed with peppers, onions, and hot pepper sauce;
- Cracked conch – conch served breaded and sauteed, like a veal cutlet in The Bahamas.
The Bahamas reflects its unique culture through its Caribbean surroundings, English- colonial buildings and African heritage. The music weaves the influence of its culture together and can be heard in the sounds of Bahamian Goombay and Rake and Scrape music.
Bahamian culture can be experienced best during New Year's Day, Boxing Day and Independence Day. Junkanoo, a lively street parade held across The Bahamas on these three days vibrantly display its colorful culture. This celebration of this festival goes back to 16th and 17th centuries, although its origin is still a mystery. The largest of the parades happen on New Providence Island, involve colorful costumes, music, and dancing.
Things to do
Bahamas is a coral-based group of 700 islands and cays. With hundreds of things to do on so many islands and cays, there is no reason to restrict yourself to just one island. Hop onto a ferry or fly to various islands for more adventure and exclusive experiences.
Shallow Water Dolphin Interaction
An exquisite experience to have a close encounter with a beautiful Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin. A marine mammal specialist educate on dolphin behavior, physiology, importance of preserving the marine life and safety measures to be taken while interaction. Deep water dolphin attraction can also be enjoyed.
City and country tours can be taken to see the beauty of Bahamas. Old Nassau with its aroma of romance and vicinity of ancient Forts Fincastle and Charlotte, the Queens Staircase, Government House, scenic Gregory’s Arch, the water Tower, the native Straw Market and other historical sites.