Bahamas – Nassau
The Bahamas, a country of 700 islands! Between Grand Bahama and Great Inagua there are 23 inhabited islands with thousands of other unpopulated islets and cays. These beautiful islands are located only 50 miles off the Florida coast, making the Bahamas the closest tropical paradise!
Turquoise waters and cooling tradewinds have earned the Bahamas an international sailing reputation. Regattas and races are held year-round. The Bahamas offers an underwater paradise for snorkelers and divers. The beauty of the water of the bahamas in addition to the thousands of miles of shoreline, provides for the world’s most stunningly beautiful beaches
Nassau, home to steel-drum music, easy attitude, and superb conch dishes!A romantic history consisting of centuries old and decades old of foreign intervention, foreign occupation, piracy, and slavery. Nassau’s rich history is really the history of the Bahamas. In 1973 the islands gained their independence from England, although they remained a part of the British Commonwealth.Come visit the jewel of The Islands Of The Bahamas — Nassau/Paradise Island. As the cultural, social, political and economic center of The Bahamas, it is the most visited destination in the islands. Nassau/Paradise Island has much to offer visitors. There are more sights and activities than you can experience in one trip. Pristine beaches, duty-free shopping, posh resorts, dazzling casinos, exciting attractions, historical landmarks and water and land sports of every kind are all waiting for you. And they’re all just a “stone’s throw” away from each other. Nassau & Paradise Island are two separate islands connected by two bridges. Nassau, being capital city of The Islands Of The Bahamas, is on the northeast shore of the island of New Providence. The small Paradise Island is across the bridge from Nassau.
The Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island: One of the most popular attractions. The most well known of resorts and casinos in the Bahamas. Complete with a waterslide that sends guests through the shark aquarium!
Fort Fincastle: From atop this 126 foot fort you will find spectacular panoramic views of the ocean.
Ardastra Gardens and Zoo: Exotic wildlife and the rare Caribbean flamingos make these gardens home.
Pirates of Nassau Museum: A fun theatrical collection of exhibits that celebrate the history of the pirates in the Caribbean.
Beaches: Paradise Island beaches are popular as well as the very nice beaches located at the Cable Beach hotels.
Snorkelling: The best way to become acquainted with the stunning beauty of the Bahamian reefs. Equipment and instruction can be found at many resorts.
Parasailing: This is an exhilarating experience. Parasailors are launched and recovered by a small powerboats circling the bay. The view is unparalleled, and it’s great fun.
Dolphin Encounter: Take part in an entertaining talk and learn about the bottlenose dolphins’ incredible life. Guests will gather with your feet in the water and observe these intelligent mammals up close for a full 30 minutes. With the great highlight – to touch and interact with them as you stand in waist-deep water. 3 hours with boat ride.
Swim with the Dolphins: Experience the ultimate thrill of your cruise! A 15 minute educational talk will teach you about the dolphins natural history and discover how to please your new friends when you enter their home. Enjoy an unforgettable 30 minute swim with these amazing mammals. Guests get to stroke and pet their smooth skin. Experience the kiss and human-hurdle. They will even take your for a high speed ‘foot-push’.
Shopping: The majority of the stores are along an eight block stretch of Bay Street in downtown Nassau. The straw market is a traditional favorite for straw hats, straw bags, and straw shoes plus just about anything else you can find that is made from straw.
All Inclusive 7 days (Call For Pricing) for up to 3 couples (Delivery Fee May Apply) Does not include tax, gratuity, or alcohol.