Bahamas

A Caribbean paradise with a welcoming, vibrant culture!

 

About Bahamas

Top Resorts

Our favorite all-inclusive resorts in the Bahamas.

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Sandals Royal Bahamian

Bahamas

4.1

· 2,155 reviews

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Breezes Resort Bahamas

Bahamas

4.1

· 2,193 reviews

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Sandals Emerald Bay

Bahamas

4.3

· 2,244 reviews

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RIU Palace Paradise Island

Bahamas

4.0

· 4,142 reviews

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Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach

Bahamas

3.8

· 2,726 reviews

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Warwick Paradise Island

 Bahamas

4.2

· 4,018 reviews

 

Things To Do

The Bahamas is home to a vibrant and rich culture, with its locals ready to share it with you! From enjoying the daytime performances of Bahamians' traditional dances to dancing the night away yourself at any one of the clubs on the islands, you'll definitely get to move it and shake it during your trip. If you've got two left feet - don't worry. There's more to do for you too, like hanging out with swimming pigs or going on a tour!

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Junkanoo
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ATV Tours
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Boat Tours
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Pig Island
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Baha Bay
 

Places To See

Don't leave the Bahamas without checking out these hotspots!

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Elbow Cay

With the Wyannie Malone Historical Museum and the Tilloo Cay Reserve nearby, this colorfully charming village is a great place to go to learn more about the Bahamas!

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Pink Sand Beach

Have you ever seen pink sand before!? If you haven't, it is definitely a must while your in the Bahamas! Head over to Harbour Island, Eleuthera at golden hour for a picture perfect view.

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Dean's Blue Hole

At 663 feet deep, Dean's Blue Hole is the world's second deepest blue hole! It opens up to an enormous cavern, which is a popular location amongst adventurous scuba divers.

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Ocean Atlas

This stunning work of art by Jason deCaires Taylor sits on the western coastline of New Providence in Nassau as the largest underwater statue in the world!

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Lucayan National Park

The most popular of the Bahamas' 3 national parks, the Lucayan National Park has one of the largest underwater cave systems in the world. Stretching 40 acres, there's plenty to explore!

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Blue Lagoon Island

The turquoise waters of the Blue Lagoon Island (aka Salt City) are a beautiful sight to see. Relax and watch the sunset on the beach or go on one of the island's water sport excursions!