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Freeport is the resort centre on Grand Bahama Island. This town of tree-lined boulevards, elegant hotels, superb beaches and fabulous shopping, offers an abundance of activities for all. Shopping at Port Lucaya offers duty-free treasures from around the world. It is also sportsman's paradise. There are tennis courts and water-sports on offer or why not enjoy a round of golf on a championship golf course set beside the clear turquoise waters. If your taste runs to the more adventurous, take a dive with the sharks or the dolphins. Unspoiled reefs, a myriad of wrecks, guaranteed shark encounters, spectacular walls, blue holes and fantastic caves make the Bahamas the place to go for true diving excitement. Add the vibrant local culture, the hustle and bustle of the towns and the idyllic beauty of the islands and you have a holiday experience not to be missed.

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long island

Split by the Tropic of Cancer, Long island is a Bahamas island famous for being the most scenic island in the Bahamas with a scarce population of only 4000 inhabitants approximately. Stretching over 80 miles long and 4 miles wide at its widest point; Long Island is Long Island is particularly noted for its caves, which have played a major role in the island's history. The northeast side of Long Island is renowned for its broad white beaches with soft sand. The terrain ranges widely throughout the island, including white flat expanses from which salt is extracted, swamplands, beaches, and sloping (in the north) and low (in the south) hills.

Bahamians themselves use "dramatic" as the perfect word to describe Long Island, home to one of the oldest dive operations in the Bahamas with a myriad of shallow and deep dive sites as well as the famous Dean's Blue-Hole; the deepest recorded blue hole in the Bahamas with a depth of over 600 feet. The western shoreline of the 80-mile-long island has soft sandy beaches capped with rich green mangroves. With the Atlantic Ocean on the east, Long Island is a haven for fishing, sailing and yachting in The Bahamas Out Islands.


Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas is located on New Providence Island. The city is a place where old world charm meets the 21st Century. The area’s British heritage is evident in the historic heart of Nassau. Pastel coloured Georgian architecture and quaint wooden shops are scattered along lively Bay Street. The contemporary Bahamian art galleries and Junkanoo museum are perfect for those wanting to learn more about the islands culture and history. Nassau offers activities to entertain the whole family - golf, diving, tennis, squash and numerous other sports for the enthusiast. Shopping in and around Nassau is a delight. Souvenir hunters will enjoy the unique selection in the Straw Market. Those searching for duty-free savings will find many stores throughout Nassau. The delightful Bahamian Riviera at Cable Beach is a magnificent two and a half mile stretch of golden sand beach lined with elegant resorts and homes. Cable Beach is also the hub of the island's exciting nightlife - nightclubs, pubs, restaurants and a casino are all just a short stroll away from each other. Diving in Bahamas is superb with warm, clear waters, mysterious caves, historical wrecks, vibrant reefs plus thrilling dolphin and shark dives. A holiday in Nassau offers visitors the freedom to do everything or nothing at all.

paradise island

Just a stone's throw from Nassau is the glamorous Paradise Island. Connected to Nassau by two bridges, the island is only 4 miles long and a half a mile wide. Paradise Island offers a distinct blend of international elegance and tropical ease. With beautiful beaches, glamorous resorts and championship golf courses there is a range of activities on offer. Paradise Island is also the jump off point for the Dolphin Encounter and Powerboat Adventures. Paradise Island offers spectacular waters and scenery to explore by sea. The hotels and marinas have a wide range cruises from fully crewed sailing trips to "bareboat" rentals for experienced sailors. Day cruises, small sailboats, and jet-skis are also popular for exploring hidden coves, and uninhabited cays. Even around the most popular islands, you can drop anchor and enjoy snorkelling right off shore.

Montagu Beach is a popular area and home to the historic 18th century Fort Montagu. It is also the site of the annual Valentine’s Day Sailing Regatta. Cabbage Beach is ideal for beach walking, sunbathing and water-sports including water-skiing, snorkelling and parasailing. The Bahamas offer superb diving conditions with unspoiled reefs, an abundance of wrecks, shark encounters, blue holes and fantastic caves. Paradise Island really has everything you could want for a dream holiday in the sun.

the exumas

Part of the 365 islands that make up the Bahamas, The Exumas (the Cays and Great Exuma) are a string of islands and cays that from a pearl necklace of exclusive and intimate hideaways and natural harbours with secluded beaches that stretch over a hundred miles of crystal clear turquoise waters. Comprising around 360 or more little cays, there is a new little island to discover for almost every day of the year! With over 120 miles of island chain to explore, the Exumas are a nature lover's paradise, beautifully kept in its original pristine setting.

Great Exuma, the largest of The Exumas is also home to Georgetown, a charming Caribbean city that's not to be missed during a visit here with its great selection of casual Bahamian restaurants . The Cays are the most exotic of the Out Islands, all scattered like a collection of tiny jewels set in the aquamarine blue of the clear sea.  Having long been the playground of the rich and famous, many of the Exuma Cays are private, some operating as luxury private-island resorts and others the homes of stars like Johnny Depp and Faith Hill.The new levels of luxury in both the Cays and Great Exuma offer a dream destination for couples looking for the perfect wedding or honeymoon spot.

Places to visit include the Bahamas National Trust's Exuma National Land and Sea Park, one of the world' s largest underwater and land preserves teeming with coral reefs, drop-offs, blue holes, caves and marine life. Another landmark spot is the famous Thunderball Caves, seen in the James Bond film of the same name as well as in Splash, the movie. Here you can snorkel and duck inside a small hollow cay that's filled with friendly fish accustomed to being hand-fed.