The Islands of The Bahamas lie in the crystal clear, offshore sailing waters of the Gulfstream, only 70 miles from Miami and the east coast of Florida. Sun, sand, and sea are merely perimeters of the Islands Of The Bahamas. At the core of the islands you’ll find a big heart, open arms, and a way of living life that is both timeless and new.
Abacos, a parfume of New England
The Abaco Islands are a sailing and boating universe.
Acklins and Crooked Island
Capital of the Bonefish. Exceptional diving.
Port of call between Florida and Nassau with beautiful and wild beaches.
This cluster of 30 cays is home to Chub Cay, Billfish capital of The Bahamas.
Of you search for peace.
Eleuthera, Harbour Island
With a colonial charm
It is like a postcard. It is also the decor of two James bond movies.
Lots to do!
Paradise of pink flamingos
A long ribbon in the Ocean with wide shallow beaches, historic plantation ruins, and native caves
The most isolated in the Bahamas
Glamour and colonial charm with resorts and casinos on the Cable Beach riviera
Peaceful - Christopher Columbus First Landfall
Member of the Commonwealth
Nassau (on Providence Island)
Bahamian Dollar = 1$ US.
Photos: Compass Point, Nassau (above); Weeding in the Bahamas (below). Thanks to the Commonwealth of the Bahamas for their kind assistance.
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