Nassau is the capital and the largest city of the Bahamas. It sits on the island of New Providence east of the main island body of the Bahamas. It’s one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Caribbean in the world especially for tourists from the United States and Great Britain and it’s a common cruise ship stop. Nassau is known for its spectacular resorts, pristine beaches and coral reefs great for snorkeling and scuba diving and colonial British architecture. Nassau, Bahamas is a paradise for all travellers.
There are endless things to do at this island paradise with its great beaches and attractions. The Aquaventure Water Park at Atlantis Paradise Island is truly a one-of-a-kind water park experience, especially when travelling with your family. It’s the biggest theme park attraction in the Caribbean with its 20 million gallons of water, 20 swimming areas, 11 pools, exciting water slides and its mile-long river ride. There are all kinds of activities to enjoy here that will fill your day with endless fun. There are great beaches to enjoy like the pristine Cable Beach and Junkanoo Beach, which has the famous Tiki Bikini Hut, which offers great deals on drinks and beach rentals. Aside from the beach life, check out John Watling’s Distillery, which is very popular on the island for its beautifully-kept grounds and a fun tour of the distillery with the opportunity to sample some great rum. There’s also the Pirates of Nassau Museum, where you can get a fun, educational experience on the history of the Bahamas, and the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas. For natural endeavors, you can check out the Queen’s Staircase, which took 19 years to hand build this set of stairs and you can immerse yourself in the beautiful history of the area and take great photos. There’s also the Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Center where you can see a wide variety of tropical animals and birds and the flamingo show is a must-see. Don’t forget to check out Blue Lagoon Island where you can enjoy soaking up the sun on pristine beaches, swim in crystal clear blue waters, enjoy food and drinks and go on a fun Dolphin Encounter excursion.
There are all kinds of great boat tours and cruises you can take from Nassau that make for fun day trips. Bahamas Ferries takes you to Harbour Island in a comfortable, fully enclosed, air-conditioned catamaran where you can enjoy beautiful beaches including the popular Pink Sands Beach and swimming or snorkeling in crystal blue water. You can also take great historical tours on Harbour Island before you return to Nassau by the time night comes around. The Bahamas Adventure and Glass Bottom Kayak boat tour is another one that is a lot of fun. You’ll cruise out to sea while listening to island music and learning about stories and history of Nassau and then you’ll hop in a glass-bottom kayak and explore the Caribbean and underwater sea life with visibility up to 200 feet. Another great opportunity is to go on the Bahamas Paradise Ocean snorkel adventure. You’ll cruise out to Rose Island and enjoy an amazing snorkeling experience with instruction and provided equipment by getting up close to Caribbean sea life and you can enjoy the great beach on Rose Island as well.
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There are great ways to get around Nassau. There are public buses called “jitneys” that are 32-seaters that travel to various parts of the island from 6:30 a.m-7 p.m. with cheap rates. There are also taxi services and rental cars available from the airport. You must be 21 years old with a driver’s license to rent a car here.
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