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  • 1 Andros Barrier Reef Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Côte Est BHS - Twin Lakes

    Andros is sheltered by the world's third largest barrier reef which forms a wall between the island and the ocean trench extending off the coast. The two underwater sites comprise an exceptional environment full of wildlife and beautiful landscapes.

  • 2 Lucayan National Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Grand Bahama Highway BHS - Freeport

    Lucayan National Park east of Freeport can be crisscrossed on foot or in a kayak. It contains 16 ha with a variety of ecosystems (beautiful Gold Rock Beach, a mangrove swamp, bat caves above and below water) and a thousand other wonders to explore wi..

  • 3 Pink Sands Beach Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Côte atlantique BHS - Dunmore Town

    Pink Sands Beach is a 5km-long beach whose pink colour comes from tiny bits of shells mixed in with white sand. Enjoy a swim in the gentle surf, snorkelling around the seabed and maybe even a horseback ride at the end of the day.

  • 4 Dean's Blue Hole Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Turtle Cove BHS - Clarence Town

    Dean's Blue Hole, the world's second largest underwater cave, is thought to be over 200m deep. You can take a swim in its waters surrounded by fish and turtles, unless you prefer to head to the superb Cape Santa Maria Beach or Love Beach on the coast..

  • 5 Inagua National Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    BHS - Matthew Town

    Inagua National Park occupies over half of the land on Inagua and contains the largest lake in the Bahamas, Lake Rosa. This wildlife sanctuary is famous for its colony of pink flamingoes, but also provides shelter for other interesting species of bir..

  • 6 New Providence Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    BHS - Nassau

    New Providence, the political and economic hub of the Bahamas, features a mix of cultural activities and seaside pleasures thanks to the colonial vestiges in Nassau, capital of the archipelago, and charming beaches such as Cable Beach and Pleasant Ba..

  • 7 Christ Church Cathedral Interesting

    Religious buildings

    George Street BHS - Nassau

    Christ Church Cathedral was the first sanctuary built by the English in the Bahamas in the late 17C, but the imposing stone structure you see today is actually the fourth version of the building. Its predecessors were all destroyed by fires, Spanish ..

  • 8 Fort Charlotte Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    West Bay Street BHS - Nassau

    Fort Charlotte, built in the late 17C to defend the port against pirate attacks, was one of three forts in New Providence, equipped with numerous iron canons that were never fired. Take a guided tour - with guides in period dress - and enjoy the view..

  • 9 National Art Gallery of the Bahamas Interesting

    Museums and art

    West and West Hill Street BHS - Nassau

    For an overview of the visual arts in the Bahamas, as well as contemporary and experimental art, the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas features artists such as Amos Ferguson, John Cox and Brent Malone. The Villa Doyle is the setting for their price..

  • 10 Paradise Island Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    BHS - Nassau

    Paradise Island has all the tourist facilities you could want: hotels, bars, casinos, golf courses, tennis courts and aquatic amusement parks, not to mention a 14C French cloister and gardens patterned after Versailles! If you're just looking for a d..

  • 11 Rand Nature Center Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    East Settler's Way BHS - Freeport

    The purpose of the Rand Nature Center is to protect nature for future generations. The sanctuary's 40 ha are home to over 130 varieties of native plants and many species of birds including pink flamingoes, tanagers and Cuban amazons. A paradise for o..

  • 12 Bimini

    Nature and gardens

    BHS - Red Bay

    A pirate's hideaway, rum supply point during Prohibition, and summer home for Hemingway, the island of Bimini is surrounded by myths and legends reinforced by Bimini Road, an underwater causeway made of limestone blocks thought to have once led to th..

  • 13 Abacos Islands

    Nature and gardens

    BHS - Marsh Harbour

    Abacos is composed of two main islands, Great Abaco and Little Abaco, as well as a multitude of little islets with magnificent beaches such as Treasure Cay. Highlights of the archipelago include the Hope Town lighthouse, the Albert Lowe Museum, a nat..

  • 14 Eleuthera

    Nature and gardens

    BHS - Eleuthera

    Eleuthera Island is a thin strip stretching out for 160 km. In addition to its beautiful beaches and surfing spot, the island has two natural curiosities: Glass Window, where the still waters of the lagoon meet the ocean's waves, and Ocean Hole Rock ..

  • 15 Harbour Island

    Nature and gardens

    BHS - Dunmore Town

    You can't visit Harbour Island without strolling through the streets of Dunmore Town, one of the most picturesque colonial towns in the country. Don't miss Pink Sands Beach and the Atlantic Coast with its amazing spots made for seaside enjoyments.

  • 16 Cat Island

    Nature and gardens

    BHS - Bailey Town

    For a taste of the cultural side of the Bahamas, head for Cat Island and take a tour of its former cotton plantations and Mount Alvernia Hermitage. You can also explore local traditions with African influences including the practice of obeah.

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