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7 Best Places To Visit In Bahamas

If you are looking out for a vacation to the beaches under the sun getting tan with your gang, we got a perfect destination according to your needs and desire. Yes, you read the title right! Its Bahamas beaches. A travel destination or a trip becomes memorable when you have a good company and a beautiful place to spend your vacation. Clear blue skies touching the coral waters and giving you a chance to witness its alluring sunrise and sunsets would surely be a dream vacation for all the flaky travelers out there! The Bahamas is officially known as the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. It is one lavish destination that consists of more than 700 islands, coral reefs, and islets in the Atlantic ocean. The capital of Bahamas is Nassau located on the island of new providence. Bahama is one of the richest countries in the Americas, as its economy totally based on tourism and finance. Bimini is the closest island to the United State and also known as the gateway to the Bahamas. The paradise island and northernmost grand Bahamas is the home to most of the hotels. Attractions that would allow you to capture great memories include Atlantis Bahama, Paradise Island, Pig Beach, Castaway Cay, Harbor Island Bahamas, and many other places. [caption id="attachment_1306" align="aligncenter" width="1488"] Picture Courtesy: Y Charter[/caption] Let's make your read and travel more exciting. Dig into the blog and check out these 7 best places to visit in the Bahamas. Eleuthera Mainly known for its pink sand beaches reefs and Dunmore town in the Harbor Island is located Northwest of Eleuthera island. The very known lighthouse beach is the popular snorkeling site in the southern tip of Eleuthera island. French leave beach is mainly known for its white sand shores popular for swimming, sunning, walking, and snorkeling. If you are looking out for some educational trails, visit Central Leon levy native plant preserve and for all the adventure lovers, Hatchet Bay Cave is the place for you that has all the thrilling activities. [caption id="attachment_1299" align="aligncenter" width="1100"] Picture Courtesy: MyVacationPages[/caption] Andros Bahamas  It is the largest of the Bahamian islands. It comprises of hundreds of and cays places to see in Andros that includes Kamalame Cay popularly known for fishing and honeymoon. South Andros has good fishing sites, coral reefs, scuba diving and much more to explore and experience. [caption id="attachment_1300" align="aligncenter" width="975"] Picture Courtesy: telegraph.co.uk[/caption] Recommended Read: 5 Must-Visit Cities In Australia  Pig Beach The Pig Beach or Pig Island is one major factor making the Bahamas, one popular destination for the tourists. The island received its name from the fact that it is highly populated by the feral pigs living on the surrounding of shallows. It is found in Exuma, the Bahamas. Being one unique activity you can go splashing around with the swimming pigs at pig beach.

You must have seen dolphins and whales, try a swim with the pigs this time. 

[caption id="attachment_1301" align="aligncenter" width="1400"] Picture Courtesy: Flight Network[/caption] Little Stirrup Cay If you are looking for fun and adventure all under one roof, Little Stirrup Cay is the place. Also known as Coco Cay, it is quite famous for the lavish  Royal Caribbean cruises. Exciting activities like swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, parasailing, scuba diving, and Wave Runner piloting makes it one perfect place for the adventure freaks out. [caption id="attachment_1302" align="aligncenter" width="810"] Picture Courtesy: tribune242.com[/caption] Paradise Island White sand beaches (cabbage beach and paradise beach) both edging to the paradise ocean. The Atlantis is a popular spot along with a casino and an aquaventure water park and vast marine habitat.  Paradise island protects the main harbor of Nassau. [caption id="attachment_1298" align="aligncenter" width="1400"] Picture Courtesy: Warwick Hotels and Resorts[/caption] Lucayan National Park A massive 40-acre spread of mangrove palm and pine trees, Lucayan National Park is a must visit when in the Bahamas. It has the gold rock beach making it a place worth visiting. Also, the burial mound cave and ben's cave that are the world's longest underwater limestone cave system are in the Bahamas. [caption id="attachment_1303" align="aligncenter" width="1600"] Picture Courtesy: Expedia[/caption] The Glass Window Bridge The Glass Window Bridget connects Eleuthera's Gregory Town and Lower Bogue making the two sides beautiful & truly amazing with its electrifying views.  Hiking and exploring beauty will never disappoint you and allow you to enjoy more. Make sure to carry the camera for capturing the view and memories that can be cherished again and again. [caption id="attachment_1304" align="aligncenter" width="2000"] Picture Courtesy: bahamasairtours.com[/caption] For more travel updates, visit Flightsbank.com           
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