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Overview

The Bahamas is a chain of Tropical Island in the Caribbean. It is situated in the Atlantic north of Cuba and Hispaniola. The Bahamas is a very popular tourist destination which comprises of 29 islands, 661 cayes, and 2,387 islets. The island is also the site where Christopher Columbus’ first landfall in 1492 in the New World. Nassau is the capital of Bahamas and is also the most popular Bahama island destination. It is located on the island of New Providence and has been the heart beat of the island nation for as long as the shipwrecking of Blackbeard. Nassau is a busy hub and is the most sophisticated city in the Bahama Islands.
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The island nation was named after the Spanish baja mar, and Bahamas’ quiet coves, secure bays and beautiful beaches offer its visitors the privacy of a secluded hideaway inside an amazingly grand archipelago. Bahamas is endowed with beautiful clear, aquamarine waters, which are home to old shipwrecks and precious coral reefs swarming with fish. On several of the Bahama Islands’ most unspoiled coastal stretches, there are several empty beaches where the only sounds you will hear is the gently lapping waves of the sea and the occasional squawking of exotic bird. The islands also offer you the chance to enjoy some diving, snorkeling, windsurfing or para sailing.

If you want a change of scenery then, head to one of the islands’ vibrant straw markets and look some spices, ceramics, handicrafts and local artwork. You can also visit the world-class golf course and play a little golf. Take a trip to Abaco National Park and discover historic Dunmore or visit the dolphins on Blue Lagoon Island.  You can also gamble at the Atlantis Casino of Nassau, or go site seeing and enjoy the scenery of the pastel-colored seashell houses which are painted in beautiful hues sit against a tropical backdrop sprinkled with vivacious blooms.
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There are numerous Bahamian bars and clubs that beat with island smooth rhythms, of either pumping goombay, reggae, Calypso or Junkanoo beats. You can party on the sands of Cable Beach, or explores riotous dance festivals, which combine the African slave-trade rituals with the Bahamian tempo and the hip-hop beats of America.

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