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Nassau, New Providence

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    George St
    Nassau, New Providence
    The Bahamas

    About Bahamas Tourism

    The best kept secret of The Bahamas is the country's sheer size and diversity. With sixteen major islands spread out across 100,000 square miles of blue ocean.

    Travellers quickly learn that no two islands are alike, each one has its own vibe and its own unique stories.

    The Abacos island chain is a boating, fishing, and sailing paradise.

    Acklins & Crooked Island remain almost as natural today as they were hundreds of years ago.

    The largest island in The Bahamas, Andros remains virtually untouched.

    Two things are required in The Berry Islands: a boat and a love of water.

    Fifty miles from Florida's eastern coast, Bimini exists in a world of its own.

    Cat Island is quiet and unassuming, but it has treasures to offer.

    Located sixty miles east of Nassau, Eleuthera and Harbour Island are surrounded by clusters of cays and sandbars.

    The Exumas are renowned for their sapphire-blue waters.

    Known to the world as the second-largest city in The Bahamas, Freeport, in Grand Bahama Island developed as a tropical playground for its visitors.

    Great Inagua and Little Inagua both remain raw and untouched, made up of mostly protected National Parks.

    Brilliant coral reefs, pristine flats and serene beaches make Long Island a haven for fishing, diving, and boating.

    More isolated and less developed than any other island in The Bahamas, Mayaguana is the ideal getaway for travellers seeking a secluded escape.

    Nassau and Paradise Island, often considered the gateway to The Bahamas, consist of two islands: New Providence and Paradise Island.

    Quiet, serene, and hilly, Ragged Island isn't nearly as rough as its name suggests.

    Rum Cay is considered one of the best-kept secrets in The Bahamas–home to historical ruins, vivid coral reefs, miles of white sand beaches, and thrilling surf.

    One of the smallest inhabited islands in The Bahamas, San Salvador is unique in the archipelago.

    Getting to The Bahamas couldn't be easier. Conveniently accessible by air and sea, The Bahamas welcomes visitors arriving on commercial and charter flights, ferries, cruise lines, and private planes and pleasure craft.

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