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Waterfront in downtown Nassau

Places to visit in the Bahamas

Scattered across 1,223 km (760 miles) of water, The Bahamas’ islands and islets gently shelve into the aquamarine waters of the Caribbean Sea to the southwest, and are lapped by the deep blue Atlantic Ocean to the northeast. Each stretch of sand, pastel-cottage village and remote cay has its own distinct character, and our specialists will use their expert knowledge to help you pick the best places in The Bahamas to suit your interests.

You could retreat to a secluded white-sand beach on Eleuthera, where your days might be spent fishing, snorkeling or simply walking along the pink-sand beach. Its sister, Harbour Island, is where you’ll find some of the country’s top fine-dining restaurants, which sit aside candy-hued bungalows and bright fronds of bougainvillea flowers. For a little more buzz, Nassau is an island-city where baby-pink Georgian architecture, independent cafés and artisanal markets are overlooked by an imposing stone fortress.

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Map of places to visit in the Bahamas

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