Things to do in the Bahamas

With 700 islands and cays to choose from, you’ll find a world of things to do in Bahamas. From the energy of a big city to the warmth of a small island community, no two days are the same and every island tells its own special story. Great beaches and world-famous dive sites are yours to explore, or follow the lure of the big city to Nassau for wall-to-wall entertainment day and night.

 

1. Pink Sand Beach In The Bahamas

On the east side of the beautiful Harbour Island is one of the most renowned beaches in the whole of the Bahamas. The Pink Sand Beach is a visually stunning and remarkable coastal attraction that draws thousands of visitors from across the world.
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4. Coco Cay In The Bahamas

CocoCay, also known as Little Stirrup Cay, is a popular stop-off point on Royal Caribbean voyages, and is owned by the company for the exclusive use of its cruise customers.
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5. Bimini In The Bahamas

Bimini refers to a region of the Bahamas made up of two islands (North and South Bimini) and a clutch of cays, just 80km off the coast of Florida, which makes it the closest of the Bahamian islands to the USA.
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6. George Town

Located on the beautiful island of Great Exuma in the Bahamas, George Town is a small, but in island terms, significant town, with shops, a bank and a range of places to eat and drink.
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