The Bahamas has numerous islands. The famous places to visit are, Grand Bahama, and Paradise Island, home to many large-scale hotels, are among the best attractions. Scuba diving and snorkeling sites include the massive Andros Barrier Reef, Thunderball Grotto and the black-coral gardens off Bimini.
The island comprises of the North Bimini and South Bimini along with several cays. Replete with fascinating history, Bimini Island assumes significant tourist attraction amongst the inquisitive travelers. It hosts several deep-sea fishing tournaments and is called, ‘Big Game Fishing Capital of The Bahamas’.
The best Bahamas beaches are Cabbage Beach. This beach is an amazing place for sunbathers and sand-castle builders. The bright, calm waters are just awesome for swimming and snorkeling. Casinos, restaurants, and hotels line the beach.
Elbow Cay is an old English Loyalist settlement found in the Abacos, a 120-mile lengthy chain of islands. Owing to its historical heritage, this visitor destination radiates the appeal of a New England-style angling village. Built-in 1862, candy-striped Elbow Reef Lighthouse has actually become a popular site in Hope Town. At 89 feet elevation, this lighthouse differentiates itself to be among the by hand-operated lighthouses in the world.
Blue Lagoon Island
This is a private island located 5 km from Nassau, Bahamas and serves as a local tourist destination. You can swim here in the calm lagoon, enjoy on the beach, water sports, feast on a grilled lunch, sip refreshing tropical drinks, or do nothing but watch the coconut palms sway as you lounge in a hammock.
Lucayan National Park
Lucayan National Park filled with mangrove, palm and pine trees, the park also contains excellent white sand beaches, amazing Gold Rock Creek and one of the longest underwater limestone caves in the world. You can do cave exploration where you will see the attractive rock formations in the caves and kayaking down a mangrove-lined creek.
Andros Island is an outstanding place for a wedding or honeymoon, but for eco-travelers, kayakers, bird watchers, hikers, snorkelers, divers and fishers the big island of The Bahamas is a great place to take a tour.
Paradise island Outdoor Aquarium
This is the Atlantis resort in Paradise Island home to 200 marine species like sharks, jellyfish, green eels, and lobsters, to name a few. This famous tourist destination has 11 exhibit lagoons, where visitors can see different types of marine animals. The Acrylic tunnels that undermine the sea creatures’ habitat enable visitors to see piranhas, lobsters, jellyfish, sharks, giant groupers. You can enjoy many other animals as well in their natural habitats.