Go Island Hopping

With over 700 islands to choose from, many of them uninhabited, there are still are few that are habitable and are amazing destinations in the Bahamas.  Whether you are looking for that romantic stroll or have fun with swimming pigs, the islands of the Bahamas has something for everyone. Let’s see if there’s one for you: Grand Bahama Island: the island offers plenty of shopping and fun if you just want a day off the hustle and bustle of big city life.  It is very accessible from the main island and offers tourists plenty of lovely secluded beaches, coral reef coves, national parks, an array of hotels, resorts, golf courses, and a duty-free shopping market. Blue Lagoon Island: just about 5 miles from Nassau, this transformed lagoon, from once a salt marsh, is a place with plenty of marine life surrounded by an abundance of palm trees and other lagoon creatures, but the big attraction on the island is to see  Dolphins in their natural habitat as they perform their famous dance the ‘Foot Push’. Eleuthera & Harbour Island: the islands are known for their endless pineapple fields and long white and pink sand beaches, several marinas, secluded coves and miles of coastline. Besides being an aquatic playground, Harbour island is also home to a variety of marine life including stingrays and turtles. The Abaco: lying north of the Bahamas is a 120-mile long chain of islands, and the second largest in the Bahamas and is best known for being a yachtsman’s paradise.  Famous for its diving sites, such as Pelican Cays, Land and Sea Park with underwater caves and colorful coral reefs. The island is truly a panoramic beauty with calm waters and warm breezes and the home of championship golf courses and the famous Lighthouse – The Elbow Leaf Lighthouse, one of two kerosene lighthouses left in the world.

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