Bahamas Travelers Recommend

3 Days in Nassau: Suggested Itineraries

By Viator, July 2016

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 439 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

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 ...  Read more

Freeport Suggested Itineraries

By Viator, March 2015

4 star rating: Recommended 220 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

With its rich culture and abundant natural wonders that never fail to impress, Freeport is the second most popular city in The Bahamas after Nassau. Day 1: Discover Freeport Start your ...  Read more

Outdoor Adventure in the Bahamas

By Viator, January 2015

4.5 star rating: Recommended 4 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

White sand beaches, clear blue waters, and not a care in the world ? welcome to the Bahamas. Island life has its many charms, and you can find them all amongst the lazy waters and low-hanging ...  Read more

Island Hopping From Nassau

By Viator, October 2014

4.5 star rating: Recommended 7 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

It?s no secret that the Bahamas have some of the best beaches in the Caribbean. Getting to them, however, is another matter entirely. Sure there are the hotel beaches, but ask around and the locals ...  Read more

Top Bahamas Beaches

By Viator, May 2013

What do the names Cable, Cabbage, Saddle Cay, Xanadu, Ten Bay, Pink Sands, Tahiti, Stocking Island and Cat Island have in common? They?re some of the Bahamas most famous beaches that you?ve ...  Read more

Bicester Village

By Philippa Burne, UK, October 2011

This place is a shopper?s paradise with pretend little village streets full of designer stores in which everything is massively discounted ? clothes, homewares, cosmetics. Sometimes its samples, ...  Read more

Nassau SUB Bahamas Adventure

By Gary Goldsmith, USA, December 2012

This was awesome.

Jamaica?s Great Huts Village Resort

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 ...  Read more

Flamingos of the Bahamas

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 ...  Read more

Jackpot! The Best Casinos in Nassau

By Natalie Grant, USA, October 2011

The Bahamas are an infamous spot for off-shore bank accounts ? in fact, it?s one of the leading countries in the world for it. Need something to put in your account? Try your hand at some ...  Read more

Bahamas: Pineapples on Parade

By Natalie Grant, USA, September 2011

Although Costa Rica and the Philippines now dominate the pineapple industry, it wasn?t always that way. The fruit originated in South America, but historians believe that the first country to ...  Read more

The Perfect Dive

By Natalie Grant, USA, August 2011

If exploring underwater reefs with no tourists for miles is your idea of a diving adventure, or if you?d rather have a tour with a certified guide and some new friends along to share the experience, ...  Read more

Pirates of Nassau Museum

By AlyseInWonderland, USA, July 2011

If you?re a fan of pirates and sea adventures, then there?s no better way to celebrate these rogues and renegades than by making a pilgrimage to Nassau, Bahamas. The island is famed to be the pirate ...  Read more

Romantic Things To Do in the Bahamas for Valentine?s Day

By Hudson, USA, February 2013

We all have images of white sand and crystal blue water in our head when it comes to the Bahamas. For many, the island is a retreat which has nestled itself firmly in our heart; a sandy haven of fun ...  Read more

The Bahamas? Out Islands

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 ...  Read more

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