The Bahamas is known for its stellar beaches. With over 2,000 breathtaking islands and cays, and the clearest water on Earth, it’s no wonder visitors come here from all around to sink their toes into miles of pure white, and in some places pink, sand—the very definition of paradise.
The calm, turquoise waters and soft, powdery sand of our beaches have earned them top honors as some of the best in the world: Treasure Cay Beach in The Abacos, Gold Rock Beach on Grand Bahama Island, Cape Santa Maria Beach on Long Island, and Harbour Island's Pink Sand Beach.
“There is a huge man made pool disguised as a beach, gorgeous sand and palm trees, picture perfect, then there is the actual beach, white sand, umbrellas, aqua-marine water brilliant sunshine, you are in paradise.
Gold Rock Beach is the most beautiful section of Grand Bahama Island’s amazing 90 miles of south-shore strand. Located east of Freeport within the protected Lucayan National Park, the white sand beach stretches nearly the length of a football field wide at low tide, and the shallows are a delight for wading, snorkeling, or lounging with your toes in the sun-warmed waters.
Nassau and Paradise Island have no shortage of sand, although their beaches are not quite as impressive as the long, deserted stretches you find in the Bahamas' Out Island.If you are planning your ...
Coconut Cove This interactive water rain-fortress playground has enough activities to provide kids with hours of fun. The colorful play feature includes pulleys, rope ladders, water buckets, geysers, three 40-foot slides and an over sized 1,000 gallon dumping bucket.
“ Bahamas is a great place to be, people are really friendly, english speaking and stress free, the climate was better than my earlier trip with rainfall and chilly, Lots of tourists around and clear water beaches,...
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on the Caribbean's best beaches. Beaches Resorts offer Vacations where kids, teens and adults can do as much or as little as they want. With endless land and water sports, Global Gourmet ™ dining, luxurious rooms and suites, and exciting family-friendly activities, our resorts are the ultimate all-inclusive resorts for kids and grownups alike.
We've spent the last 8 winters in the Bahamas, traveling to Grand Bahama, the Abacos, the Exumas, Bimini and New Providence (including Atlantis on Paradise Isand). We've never seen anyone topless or nude in the Bahamas. As others have mentioned, it's very common on the French islands; Saint Martin (especially Piinel Island), Saint Barts, and Martinique.