|The tropical, balmy Bahamas archipelago comprises some 700 coconut and casuarina-fringed islands and 2,000 islets, most of them uninhabited. The island nation is scattered across 100,000 square miles of multi-coloured, gin-clear Atlantic waters, described by astronauts in space as the world's most beautiful waters.
Travel and Vacation in the Bahamas
Blessed with the perfect location--less than 100 miles off the coast of Florida; the perfect climate-- averaging a little over 75 degrees; the perfect surroundings--crystal clear turquoise blue waters and pearly white beaches; the Islands of the Bahamas is the perfect destination for your next siesta, honeymoon, or family vacation
Nassau, the capital of The Bahamas, located on New Providence Island and Freeport, located on Grand Bahama Island offer a variety of experiences from non-stop excitement to peaceful relaxation. Nassau is the center of industry, commerce and communications and presents a special charm which captures the elegance of the old world while at the same time incorporating up-to-the-minute modern features. Here one will find well-preserved colonial buildings, exciting attractions, duty free shopping, one of the largest straw markets in the Caribbean, thrilling land and sea sports, pristine beaches, delightful cuisine and unique cultural activities. Beautiful Paradise Island is linked to Nassau by bridge and has gorgeous beaches, luxury hotels, a large casino and first class entertainment.
Dolphin Encounters at the famous Blue Lagoon Island (as featured in the movie "Splash"). 1) Enjoy a close encounter with the friendly bottle-nosed dolphins. After arriving in the exotic lagoon, take part in an interesting and entertaining educational talk and sit on the floating platform with your feet in the water while these intelligent creatures play around you. Wade into waist-deep water for an experience of a lifetime in a close up contact with the most sophisticated dolphins. 2) Swim with the dolphins. Enjoy the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of interacting with dolphins in the water. The 45 minute program includes a 15 minute educational talk about dolphins and approximately 30 unforgettable minutes in the water with the most intelligent creatures next to man.