Bahamas is a dream destination for many.


There are many places in the world, but the Bahamas is definitely a destination that you are going to want to check out and take in all of the beauty that the Bahamas has to offer. With 700 islands and thousands of beaches that are covered with pink and white sand, the Bahamas is easily one of the most spectacular places in the world. If the white sand of the many beaches of the Bahamas, or the aqua blue waters, are not enough to keep you excited, the many unique experiences and things to do in the Bahamas definitely will. The Bahamas is filled with some of the best beaches in the Caribbean; the majority are made up of pure white sand, and there are a few that also have stunning, and rare, pink sand. This island destination is perfect for stunning parks, and also for famous white-sand beaches of the Bahamas.

Pink Beach

Eleuthera Island is a long, thin island known to be home to the best Pink Sand beaches of the Bahamas. Long, slim, and still a paradise without too much development, the island is characterized by its white-sand beaches and steep, rocky mountains. Take a guided tour of uninhabited Grand Marais Cay to meet a single resident who calls the island home. If you have booked a good boat tour from the downtown area of Nassau, you may end up on Pig Beach on Big Major Cay, which is uninhabited by humans, but is the famous home of swimming pigs. Sandy Toes Beach on Rose Island is off of the typical Bahamian tourist circuit, and is another place you will find wandering pigs. When visiting the Bahamas, do not miss out on the tiny island of Staniel Cay, which is home to the serene Pirates Beach.


Cable Beach is located just a few miles away from the Nassau Capital City, and is one of the best places to kayak while you are in the Bahamas. One of New Providence Islands most (if not its most) popular beaches, Cable Beach is a two-and-a-half-mile stretch of warm white sand lined by five luxurious resorts and plenty of opportunities for relaxation and fun.

Rated one of the best beaches in the Bahamas, it is highly praised for its calm, tranquil, translucent waters that make it perfect for relaxing days at the beach. Spend a night gambling at the Crystal Palace casino, or lounge at Pink Sand Beach. One beach to check out is One Bay Beach, a tiny island filled with crystal blue waters and stunning views of the ocean.

Visit the Happy Trails Stables in the Windsor Equine Center, Nassau, or Pinetree Stables, Grand Bahama, where you can ride a horse around the beach and swim in the water. One of the best things to do in the Bahamas is to take your horses on horseback riding at the local beaches. Some of the best things to do in Nassau are to get out into the ocean, and one way to see sights and learn about Bahamian culture is by taking a boat tour of the island. One of the more typical things to do in Nassau is watch a famous Bahamian sunset.

Paradise Beach

Paradise Beach is beautiful, and a pretty popular one to watch from the capital. Treasure Cove Beach is located along the Eastern Shore on the Grand Abaco Island, one of the most beautiful beaches on the planet. Whether checking out beaches in Nassau, Exuma, Abaco, Eleuthera, or Harbour Island, you can find some of the most gorgeous beaches in the Bahamas. The Bahamas has some of the most idyllic beaches in the world, but the beauty does not stop there. From sugary, white-sand beaches where you can swim alongside pigs, to the unique gems waiting to be discovered in any one of 700 islands and cays throughout the Bahamas, both land-based and at sea, the Bahamas is a place that is dreamy for vacationers and those looking to embrace life on the islands.

Diving, snorkelling, and fishing

With more than 700 islands and 2,000 cays scattered like clouds across a blue sky, the Bahamas is everything you are looking for. Splayed across vast bays and land masses between Americas sunniest states, green tropical mountains of Cuba, and stunning Turks and Caicos, the iconic Bahamas remains one of the most desired vacation and travel destinations in the Caribbean. The Bahamas is known for its beautiful beaches, exotic resorts, friendly locals, dramatic coral reefs, and much more. Just off the coast of Florida is the Bahamas, a collection of breathtaking Caribbean islands known for their white-sand beaches and pristine Caribbean blue waters. From Blue Lagoon Islands private beaches, breathtaking blue waters, hidden lagoons, pristine white sand, magnificent vegetation, and an abundance of wildlife including dolphins and sea lions, it is no wonder that the island is among the best places to visit in the Bahamas.

Once a buccaneering pirates paradise, and later as a diving training facility during World War II, Blue Lagoon Island (officially known as Salt Cay) has established itself as one of the best all-around family-friendly attractions in the iconic Bahamas. Blue Lagoon is part of the larger archipelago of the Bahamas, meaning a visit to this island allows you to explore several of the other beaches. Blue Lagoon Islands private estate is only a five-minute ferry ride away from Nassau, and although it is barely settled, the island is home to some of the most fascinating sights and experiences you can get in the Bahamas. Check out incredible food at Tiki Beach, and go for a boat ride on the beaches of the Lucayan National Park, located in the Bahamian islands. Plan a trip to check these sights and read more about the best places to see in 700 islands with our top attractions in the Bahamas.

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