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Travel Guide to The Bahamas

  • Bahamas
  • Nassau
  • 13.878 km²
  • 31°C, Cloudy
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General Information About The Bahamas

The Bahamas is comprised of 700 islands and over 2,000 rocks and cays, sprinkled over 100,000 square miles of ocean. The archipelago is an ecological oasis, boasting the clearest water on the planet. With the lure of a big city and the ease of tropical utopia, Nassau & Paradise Island are considered by many as, well, paradise. Nassau, the capital of The Bahamas, is a bustling metropolitan hub full of culture and modern amenities. To the north lies Paradise Island. Its name tells you everything. It’s 685 acres of pure euphoria, developed almost exclusively to delight and accommodate visitors. The island boasts resorts, hotels, restaurants, shops, nightlife, a golf course, an aquarium, and a casino.

Sports Played in The Bahamas

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Sports in The Bahamas

There are a variety of sports played in The Bahamas with both national and international leagues. Some of which include Basketball, Baseball, Soccer and Cricket. Track and Field is also a big sport attraction in The Bahamas, with multiple international competitions being held there. These include Carifta and IAAF. Sport is a significant part of Bahamian culture. The national sport is cricket. Cricket has been played in The Bahamas from 1846, the oldest sport being played in the country today. Other popular sports are swimming, tennis and boxing, where Bahamians have enjoyed some degree of success at the international level. Other sports such as golf, rugby league, rugby union,beach soccer, and netball are considered growing sports. Athletics, commonly known as 'track and field' in the country, is the most successful sport by far amongst Bahamians. Bahamians have a strong tradition in the sprints and jumps. Track and field is probably the most popular spectator sport in the country next to basketball due to their success over the years. Triathlons are gaining popularity in Nassau and the Family Islands.

Bahamas Culture and History



The Bahamas has a distinct culture which has evolved over generations, from a mixture of mostly African, combined with some British and American influences, which developed into a unique and colourful style of Bahamian self-expression. Bahamians are best described as easy-going, friendly and hospitable. The Bahamas has three indigenous forms of music and dance: Goombay, Rake ‘n’ Scrape, and Junkanoo.


On October 12, 1492, Christopher Columbus, on his first voyage to the New World, made landfall somewhere in the Bahama Islands. It is widely held that he first landed on an island called by its native inhabitants Guanahani, which Columbus renamed San Salvador. The islands were originally inhabited by a group of indigenous people known as the Lucayans. After Columbus' landfall the islands were inhabited by the British who managed to detain control until its independence on July 10, 1973.



Across the islands of The Bahamas, Eco-travelers can explore natural wonders that stimulate the senses and invigorate the imagination: the world's greatest geologic oddity known as the Tongue of the Ocean, a vast number of blue holes, and intricate underground cave systems used by indigenous Bahamians as storm shelters.

The Bahamas Nightlife

When the moon lights up the night sky, entertainment awakens here. Enjoy our traditional music in quaint bars, the latest sounds in city-style nightclubs, or try your hand in a casino. On the outer islands, you could simply sit on a beach and watch a bonfire under the full moon. From local bars, to full nightclubs and live music, you can find anything to match your interest in The Bahamas..

Popular Bars in The Bahamas

The Daiquiri Shack

W Bay St Nassau

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Fat Tuesday's

Pirate Republic Brewing

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Tiki Bikini Hut

Junkanoo Beach Nassau N.P

Tel. : +1 (242) 826 4053

Señor Frog's | Nassau

Woodes Rodgers Walk, Nassau

Tel. : +1 (242) 323 1777

Famous Clubs in The Bahamas

Club Waterloo

E Bay St, Nassau

Tel. : +1 (774) 545 0776

Xscape Lounge & Nightclub

Downtown, Bay St, Nassau

Tel. : +1 (242) 361 6000


Woodes Rodgers Walk, Nassau

Tel. : +1 (781) 467 9224

Aura Night Club

One Casino Drive, Suite 35, Paradise Island

Tel. : +1 242 363 3000

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Adastra Gardens 03/15/2023 - 03/15/2025

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Adastra gardens are a unique attraction originally founded by a Jamaican horticulturist. They are home to the world-famous well-trained marching pink flamingos.
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