Top 10 things to do in Bahamas

Caribbean Dreaming: The Most Captivating Things to Do in the Bahamas

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With more than 700 stunning islands and in excess of 2,000 cays, the Bahamas is one of the perfect travel destinations for all beach sweethearts. With hundreds of places to see and so many things to do, the Bahamas attracts millions of tourists throughout the year. From the white sand beach to extraordinary wildlife to boundless water sports to delightful nourishment, the Bahamas has everything.  If you are looking for a perfect beach vacation with your friends or family, the Bahamas is a perfect destination for a lifetime travel experience. Let’s explore the top 10 things to do in the Bahamas to make the most of your time there: 

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Blue Holes National Park

Blue Holes National Park, Bahamas

Photo Credits: James St. John

Blue Holes National Park is one of the most beautiful natural wonders of the world. Housed on more than 40,000 acres, Blue Holes National Park protects a large number of freshwater reservoirs and blue holes surrounded by pineland forests, rich coppice, and freshwater lenses. There are many attractions to explore in the park including the famous Crystal Cave. You can also book a number of hiking tours to the caves and blue holes.

Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon, Bahamas

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Blue Lagoon Island also known as Salt Cay, is an ideal escape from the bustling crowd of Nassau. Blue Lagoon features some of the breathtaking beaches of the Bahamas with turquoise waters.  Other than beaches, the island is home to colorful wildlife and several local coconut palm trees. There are so many things to do in Blue Lagoon. You can simply relax on the white sandy beaches of the island or witness the dolphins and sea lions. This incredibly stunning island is perfect for families as it offers activities suited for all age groups.

Nassau, Capital of Bahamas

Things to Do in the Bahamas

Your visit to the Bahamas is incomplete without exploring the beautiful Nassau city. Despite huge crowds, Nassau remains one of the most visited locations in the Bahamas. Nassau is blessed with a blend of nature and history. There are hundreds of attractions to explore in this spectacular city. You can relax on the sand of its most popular and beautiful Paradise Beach or simply enjoy swimming in its crystal clear blue water. Nassau is home to many historical attractions that are worth exploring. Some of the major highlights include “The Cloisters” which features many gardens, statues, and fountains with a breathtaking view of the Nassau Harbor. Another beautiful landmark of Nassau is “Queen’s Staircase” which is located in the Fort Fincastle Historic Complex.

Pig Beach

Pig Beach, Bahamas

Pig Beach also known as Pig Island is an uninhabited island of Bahamas. As the name says, this beach is populated with a large number of pigs who are living on the island and its surrounding areas. Since the beach is regularly visited by tourists, the pigs are usually abandoned in the forest searching for food that is thrown to them by the tourists.

You can likewise spot a couple of them swimming on the seashore close by travelers. Though you can visit the beach any time of the year, pigs are taken to shelter during the hurricane season; from June to November. Plan your trip accordingly and enjoy a lifetime experience in Pig Beach in the Bahamas.

Castaway Cay

Castaway Cay, Bahamas

Castaway Cay is a stunning private island in the Bahamas that likewise serves as the main port for Disney Cruise Ships. Castaway Cay is much the same as some other Disney amusement park which gives numerous facilities to the guests. You can enjoy riding a bicycle, snorkeling, volleyball, parasailing, and many other activities with your family. There are likewise three tremendous beaches in Castaway Cay. One beach is for Cabana guests, one for families, and the third beach known as Serenity Bay is exclusively for adults. There are also many restaurants and bars to facilitate visitors.

Little Stirrup Cay

Little Stirrup Cay, Bahamas

Coco Cay or Little Stirrup Cay is located in the northwest of Berry Islands. This cay is privately owned by the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. Like other cays, there are hundreds of things to do here. You can enjoy relaxing on its stunning beach and also witness the fishes, rays, and manatee in the coral basin. In addition to its crowded beach, the Little Stirrup Cay is home to a number of historical attractions including the ruins of a Navy Outpost. This breathtaking cay is definitely worth a visit when you are in the Bahamas.

Junkanoo & the Museum

Things to Do in the Bahamas

Junkanoo is a famous street parade of the Bahamas which is held every year on Boxing Day and on New Year’s Day. The parade is held in numerous towns of the Bahamas yet the biggest parade occurs in Nassau. The parade is led by thousands of people who wear colorful costumes and dance to traditional music. If you are visiting Nassau for the Junkanoo Parade, make sure to visit the Junkanoo Museum which will give you an amazing opportunity to explore the culture of Bahamas. The museum features some of the finest collections of costumes, fabrics, colorful masks, and many other unique things.

Glass Window Bridge

Glass Window Bridge, Bahamas

Photo credits: Trish Hartmann

The Glass Window Bridge in Eleuthera will definitely leave you stunned as you witness the breathtaking panoramic views of the island. The bridge gives you an exciting opportunity to view the rich blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean on one side of the bridge and Exuma Sound on the other side. The Glass Window Bridge is isolated by a segment of rock that is around 30 feet wide. One should be very careful while crossing the bridge because of the waves that hit the bridge and nearby cliffs.

Lucayan National Park

Things to Do in the Bahamas

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The Garden of the Groves

The Garden of the Groves, Bahamas

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The Garden of the Groves is another breathtaking nature experience of the Bahamas. The garden is home to a number of stunning waterfalls, fountains, and lush vegetation. You’ll also witness many birds and butterflies that migrate to and from flower to another inside the garden. There are numerous shops inside the garden and furthermore a cafe and bar for nourishment. There is a playground inside the garden for the children.

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    I will be in Nassau early March. Which of the attractions above will be available to me on the day my ship docks in Nassau.

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