What to See and Do in the Bahamas | Traveler by Unique

There are countless snorkeling and scuba diving tours that depart from the beaches every day, deep-sea fishing charters, sunset cruises, cultural walking tours through the villages, culinary tours, rum tasting tours, pub crawls and more. Activities for adults and kids can be found in the towns, villages, national parks and on the beaches. You will find accommodations across the Bahamas for any budget, as well as many dining options. To make the best of your trip, take some time to explore all the beauty the Bahamas have to offer. From hills and hikes to the perfect panoramic viewpoint to deep diving under the waves, the Bahamas make an ideal backdrop for an ideal vacation.


Atlantis Paradise Island

Atlantis Paradise Island - Bahamas

The Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas is well known by travelers and locals. Atlantis has so much to offer, and they offer day passes for those who are not staying at the resort so they can still take part in the fun. You can swim with dolphins, check out the aquarium that has sharks in it, relax on the beach, go for a swim in one of the 11 pools, go for a river ride and enjoy the 18 water slides. They also have many activities for kids. There are many bars, lounges, restaurants, buffets, and cafes around the resort that you can choose from.


Lucayan National Park

Lucayan National Park - Bahamas

Located on Grand Bahama Island, you will find some of the most prestige nature in the Bahamas. One of three national parks located on the island, Lucayan National Park is wildly popular and was even featured in Pirates of the Caribbean. The park is 40 acres of beautiful palm tree’s, mangroves, the Burial Mound Cave and underwater limestone caves. The beach in the park is relaxing and there are several places you can grab cold drinks and some lunch, or a snack to feed the fish. There are diving tours for scuba divers who want to explore the marine life of the park.


Garden of the Groves

Garden of the Groves - Bahamas

Visit Garden of the Groves to see Bahamas nature at its finest. Discover the 12 acres of beautiful lush vegetation, a stunning chapel, rushing waterfalls and beautiful fountains. The garden is full of birds, butterflies, and other critters and it is a certified Wildlife Habitat. The Garden of the Groves is also rented out for weddings and special events.


Cable Beach

Cable Beach - Bahamas

A few miles away from Nassau lays the two and a half-mile strip of beach, named Cable Beach. Cable Beach has everything you need for a fun-filled vacation, including a casino, a golf course, many high-end accommodations and restaurants, incredible nightlife and of plenty of water sports and other activities. You will find markets, street food vendors, cafes and small shops close to the beach for your convenience.


Blue Lagoon Island

Blue Lagoon Island - Bahamas

Spend a day on the white sandy beach over on the Blue Lagoon Island. You can choose from a wide range of activities to do at Blue Lagoon Island. Watch the dolphins and sea lions, relax in the shade and have some lunch, go kayaking, go snorkeling, take a swim or sip a cocktail while laying in a hammock. They even have Segway rentals on the island.


Grand Bahama Island

Grand Bahama Island

A trip to Grand Bahama Island to swim with the pigs is a real treat. A boat tour will take you to the island where you will stop at Crystal Beach. The beach has a few nice lunch spots, and you can go for a swim, enjoy the scenery, snorkel around the coral reefs, and visit the colony of pigs that frequent the shallow waters of the beach. The pigs are friendly and love to mingle with people in the water. Visitors coming to Grand Bahama Island are welcome to feed the pigs, which they appreciate greatly.


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