Nassau, Bahamas


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On the northeast coast of New Providence Island, the city of Nassau is the capital and commercial hub of the Bahamas. Nassau Harbor, protected by Paradise Island, bustles with traffic, and pleasure seekers flock here from around the world. Relax in the warm, tropical climate, bask on the creamy sands of Cable Beach, browse the duty-free downtown shops, and frolic in the glitzy, themed resorts. Despite its development, Nassau is still steeped in colonial charm. Visitors can witness this old-world elegance in the city's candy-colored colonial buildings, old forts, and grand hotels.


Lose yourself for a day at Atlantis, the luxury hotel, water park and entertainment complex. Their marine habitat is the largest outdoor aquarium in the world, specializing in native tropical species, with the tanks incorporating the ruins and sculptures of Atlantis. Take in Hog Island Lighthouse, at the western tip of Paradise island, which was constructed in 1817 and marks the entrance to the harbor. Visit the Queen’s Staircase—66 steps cut into solid limestone, and named for Queen Victoria and her role in abolishing slavery in the Bahamas. Don’t miss the National Art Gallery where you will find an impressive collection of paintings, sculpture, ceramics, photography and textiles.



Head to Nassau’s iconic Cable Beach that manages to maintain its charm and classic simplicity despite all the resorts that dot the coastline. Venture to Blue Lagoon Island for a range of water sports and close-up encounters with dolphins and sea lions. Learn about Nassau’s seafaring days at the Pirates of Nassau Museum. Best known for their marching flamingos, Nassau is also home to the Ardastra Gardens, Zoo, and Conservation Center.



A bustling mix of shops, restaurants, and street hawkers make up Downtown and Bay Street, offering some of the best duty-free shopping in Nassau. At the Straw Market in Nassau, shoppers can by woven items such as hats, mats, and baskets, as well as fine wooden carvings, colorful fabrics, and many other souvenirs.



You’ll find dining to accommodate every palate on Nassau. From casual dining and buffets to fine dining and culinary tours, they have it all. A few of our favorites are the Graycliff Chocolatier Factory Tour, the John Watlings Distillery, and Graycliff Culinary Academy for cooking classes.



Enjoy the wild side of paradise with casinos and nightclubs. From live music at an intimate bar or trendy cocktails at an over-the-top nightclub to the gaming action at the largest casino in the Caribbean: For adventures after dark, Nassau Paradise Island is the place to be.