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The Abacos

Acklins & Crooked Island

This small atoll includes the islands of Acklins, Crooked Island and Long Cay, wrapped around the Bight of Acklins.


Eco-travelers and adventurers will feel right at home on Andros

Bimini is the westernmost district of the Bahamas and comprises a chain of islands located about 80 kilometres due east of Miami. Bimini is the closest point in the Bahamas to the mainland United States and approximately 210 km west-northwest of Nassau. The population is 1,988 as of the 2010 census.


Lay Low in Bimini

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Eleuthera is known for its magnificent beaches, its laid-back Bahama charm and the Glass Window Bridge

The Exumas are renown for their sapphire-blue waters—waters so stunning, their brilliant colours are visible even from outer space. This chain of 365 islands is home to secluded footprint-free beaches, deserted cays, and ultra-exclusive resorts.


Exuma (Island of Swimming Pigs)

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Grand Bahama Island

Grand Bahama Island. A natural playground with mangroves, underwater caves, and pristine beaches

Brilliant coral reefs, pristine flats and serene beaches make Long Island a haven for fishing, diving, and boating. Boasting world-class bonefishing and thrilling encounters with sea life, this tranquil island offers a few inland surprises, including Dean's Blue Hole, the second deepest blue hole in the world

Long Island

Long Island Home of Dean's Blue Hole

Paradise Island sits just offshore from the island of New Providence in the Bahamas. Two bridges connect to the city of Nassau, over Nassau Harbour. White-sand beaches include popular Cabbage Beach and Paradise Beach, both edging on the Atlantic Ocean. Dominating the island is the sprawling Atlantis resort, complete with a casino, the Aquaventure water park, and an extensive marine habitat.

Nassau/Paradise Island

The City Life Nassau/Paradise Island

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