For many people, the Tiffany-blue waters and the golden beaches are reason enough to visit the Bahamas. However, there’s even more to this place than photogenic sands and sea: the country’s 700 islands and cays are home to national parks, walking trails and some of the best diving spots in the world.
Museum documenting city’s history as 18th-century pirate base, with replica pirate ship & exhibits.
Location:3MH4+23H, King and, George St, Nassau, Bahamas
Taking on a physical life within the walls of the NAGB, the museum offers a unique look at Bahamian history and culture through the art of its people.
Location:3MG3+63C, W Hill St, Nassau, Bahamas
Small-batch rums & free tours at an 18th-century estate with resident birds & harbor views.
Location:Buena Vista Estate, 17 Delancy St, Nassau, Bahamas
The Bearded Clam, established in 1978 by the Strawleys, is located at 15 Wicomico St. in downtown Ocean City, Maryland.
Traditional open-air market selling handwoven straw crafts, Bahamian souvenirs & tourist trinkets.
Location:3MH4+8J9, W Bay St, Nassau, Bahamas
Pink-and-white neoclassical mansions on an elegant square, including the Senate & House of Assembly.
Location:E Bay St, Nassau, Bahamas
Built to provide protection to Nassau. The fort was built in 1793 by Lord Dunmore to protect Nassau from pirates.
Location:Bennet’s Hill, Prison Lane, Nassau, Bahamas
A walkway of 66 steps carved out of solid limestone rock by 600 slaves between 1793 and 1794 to create an escape route from the fort above and is a major landmark of Nassau.
Location:3MF6+9VP, Elisabeth Ave, Nassau, Bahamas
Taste of Nassau
Breakfast at the Hotel
Popular, 141-acre aquatic center featuring high-speed waterslides, a lazy river & swimming pools.
Location:One Casino Drive, Suite 42, Paradise Island, Bahamas
Explore local eateries
Clifton Heritage National Park is a national park on the western end of New Providence Island in the Bahamas. It is managed by the Clifton Heritage Authority and has an area of 208 acres.
Bahamian Cookin restaurant also known as Bahamian Kitchen is Nassau’s oldest Bahamian restaurant. This family owned and operated restaurant have been serving authentic Bahamian food since 1986.
Location:Parliament Street, Downtown, Nassau, Bahamas
Discover the coral reef at Pearl Island and Rose Island on a speedboat tour from Nassau. See green sea turtles while on a 40-ft speedboat and snorkel in the clear blue waters of pristine beaches.
Location:Bay Shore Marina
Salty’z Restaurant and Bar
Experience the best of the Exumas with this premium tour that includes 7 stops. From swimming pigs to sharks, grottos and sunken planes, you’ll see all the sights.
Return to original departure point
Rest and freshen up at Hotel
Popular, resort-adjacent white-sand stretch for walking, swimming, snorkeling & sunbathing.
Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Centre in Nassau, The Bahamas opened in 1937 though the work of the Jamaican horticulturist, Hedley Vivian Edwards. From the Latin Ardua astrum, Ardastra means “Striving for the stars”.
Location:Chippingham Rd, Nassau, Bahamas
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