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The Bahamas is the perfect place to escape from life's worries. From the island chain's sparkling azure waters to its incredibly welcoming inhabitants, it's the kind of place where even the weariest of travellers can kick back, relax and enjoy the finer things in life. The thousands of islands and cays that make up this charming archipelago abound with surprises and excitement while maintaining an unshakably laid-back ambiance. Whether you envision yourself whiling away day after day on a white-sand beach or want to push the limits of adventure by engaging in some of the best scuba diving and snorkelling in the world, you're sure to fall promptly in love with the Bahamas.
Stunning natural scenery and year-round warm, pleasant weather converge to make the Bahamas a natural choice for anyone who wants to enjoy the quintessential beach holiday. The island chain has been the getaway of choice for the rich and famous for decades, so glitz and glamour are par for the course in highly trafficked places like Nassau and Paradise Island. Still, those who are looking for seclusion and serenity can take their pick from more than 2,000 islands and cays. There's truly something for everyone in this wonderfully welcoming place.
More than 80 percent of the population of the Bahamas lives in Nassau, which is located on the main island of New Providence. The vast majority of those who visit the Bahamas never venture beyond Nassau, New Providence and Paradise Island. There's certainly more than enough to see and do in this particular area, but it's well worth it to move beyond this immediate area to get a real feel for what the islands have to offer.
In Nassau itself, you can get your history fix by visiting the Parliament Building, which has a distinctive pink facade. The Pirate Museum and Fort Fincastle make it easy to immerse yourself in the thrilling history of the islands. For a quick, interesting overview of the area, take a bus tour. At the very least, set aside some time to meander around Old Town on foot.
Grand Bahama Island is home to the country's most notable national parks. Lucayan National Park holds the distinction of being home to all six ecosystems that exist in the Bahamas. From exquisite white-sand beaches to mysterious caves, it's a terrific place to get a feel for everything that these islands have to offer in terms of scenery.
There are lots of ways to make the most of a Bahamian holiday. For something truly unique, pay a visit to the pink-sand beaches of Harbour Island, Cat Island and Eleuthera. Sample the best local cuisines by attending a fish fry. One is held daily at Arawak Cay in Nassau, but they're conducted throughout the island chain on a regular basis. Explore the stunning coral reefs of the islands while you're there. Whether you dive Andros' blue holes, explore the islands on a catamaran cruise or embark on a once-in-a-lifetime camping safari, you're sure to come away with some incredible memories.
Best Time To Visit:
In the Bahamas, the rainy season runs from May to November, and hurricane season runs from June through November. The average temperature in the summer is 26 degrees while the average temperature in the winter is 21 degrees. Not surprisingly, high season runs from mid-December through mid-April, and it can be difficult to find last-minute accommodations during the winter holidays. With more than 300 days of sunshine, however, there's truly no bad time to come to the Bahamas. If you'd like to visit during high season and avoid the worst of the crowds, stick to more southerly islands instead.