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Attractions in Bahamas

  • The Country of Bahamas
    The Bahamas is an English speaking country which has two thousand cays and 700 islands which form an archipelago. It is located in the southwest of Florida and the United States in the Atlantic Ocean. It is also located to the north of Cuba and northwest to the British overseas territory of the Turks.

    The country of Bahamas which has 700 islands and 2000 cays stretches for 60 miles in the Atlantic waters. The New Providence Islands, Paradise Islands and the Great Bahamas receive the most visitors of all.

  • Tourist Places in Bahamas
    Paradise Beach and Cabbage Beach
    There are two great beaches in the Paradise Islands namely the Paradise beach and the Cabbage beach. The Paradise has beautiful sands but it is difficult for non–hotel visitors to access. The Cabbage beach has full of coconut palms and sea grape and stretches for about two miles.

    The Government House in Bahamas is the place where the British governors once lived. Here every other Saturday, you can watch a bit of old pomp, while changing the guard takes place. The Fort Charlotte in the Bahamas is the largest of all the forts. The fort was built in the late 1780s and was built by Lord Dunmore, who was the governor at that time. The ramparts of the fort offer one of the best views of Nassau.

  • Lucayan National Park
    The Lucayan National Park in Bahamas is a 40 acre park that houses the biggest underwater limestone cave system in the world that is accessible for extremely experienced divers. Walking through the pine forest will lead to the Gold Rock Beach. The Gold Rock Beach is a place for a person who likes a quite environment to enjoy the sun and sunbath.

  • Abaco Wild Horse Preserve
    It is located near the Treasure Cay. It is a fascinating place. This island houses a lot of horses. These horses were brought by the crew members of Christopher Columbus to this area. The horses are one of the purest strains of Spanish Barbs in existence. Nowadays, the government protects these endangered species.

  • Crystal Cay Marine Park
    The Crystal Cay Marine Park is one of the underworld parks in the world where the visitors do not get wet. The park is built around a reef. The visitors of this park can explore the huge array of exhibits that is displayed above and below the surface.

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  • Royal Victoria Gardens
    The Royal Victoria Gardens in Bahamas was actually a leftover of a fire incident, where the fire engulfed the Victoria Hotel building. The gardens, empty shell of pillars and stone are the only things that are left after that incident. After that incident, the resulting landscape was a spectacular cross between a botanical garden and something like a Roman ruin. This is also one of the most visited sites in Bahamas

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