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Capital of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, Nassau casts a web of magical appeal for first time and returning visitors alike. Whether it's the beautiful white sand beaches, the multi-game casinos ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, December 2011
When you hear that a species is or was endangered, you may think of sea turtles, leopards, or something crawling around the rocks in the Galapagos. Few people think of the flamingo, and certainly ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, March 2012
The words ‘unforgettable’ and ‘unique’ are thrown around quite often in
travel literature and reviews these days, but those are probably the
first two words that should describe Jamaica’s tree ...
Written by Hudson, USA, March 2013
Often thought of as simply pristine coastline and white sand beach, what makes the Bahamas famous, is more than idyllic beach beauty. Six very diverse ecosystems at work in this island nation, ...
Written by Laura, USA, October 2012
The smallest national park in the Bahamas , Peterson Cay National Park
is a 1.5 acre protected area located off the southern coast of Grand
Bahama Island. The national park includes the tiny ...
Written by Laura, USA, September 2012
The Islands of the Bahamas are home to some of the best beaches in the Caribbean .
You’ll find everything from world-famous resort destinations to popular
surf spots and unspoiled stretches of ...
Written by Hudson, USA, January 2013
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 ...
Written by Laura, USA, July 2012
Hollywood celebrities like Johnny Depp, Eddie Murphy and John Travolta
have all built private island homes in the Exuma Cays, a 120-mile-long
chain of islands located southeast of Nassau in the ...
Written by Laura, USA, June 2012
Often found foraging in the pine forests, the Abaco Barbs are a rare
and endangered breed of wild horses living on the island of Great Abaco
in the Bahamas .
The Abaco Barbs were originally ...
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