The Bahamas

Last updated: 24 December 2017
The Bahamas is just off the coast of Florida and stretches over eight hundred kilometres towards Cuba. The country consists of more than two thousand islands and cays, boasting some of the best beaches on earth.

Nassau, the capital of New Providence Island is home to seventy percent of the population of the Bahamas. Cross the bridge to Paradise island and visit the remains of a fourteenth century monastery and the enormous water theme park.


In Freeport the Garden of the Groves is home to exotic birds, alligators and ten thousand species of plants. It has the world’s largest underground limestone cave and the reefs provide plenty of prospects for fishing and diving. For free divers the world’s second deepest underwater sink hole, reaching depths of two hundred meters, can be found on Long Island.

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