The Caribbean, and The Bahamas, often conjures up images of European merchants of old, swashbuckling pirates, and the sugarcane plantations and their ensuing rum production that had half the world clamoring for more grog. Nowadays, visitors often arrive on large cruise ships, stay for a day, and then motor out, while the locals keep on in their customs. But for the local, the Caribbean is less about cruise ships and more about abandoned beaches long forgotten by the forward progression of time, and more about the white sands and the sapphire water than the next club stop. If this is the Caribbean you’re looking for, then welcome to the Out Islands of The Bahamas.Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Bahamas Things to Do blog. Visit the original post to continue reading the full post and to learn more about things to do in Bahamas.
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