Islands of The Bahamas

Behold The Islands of The Bahamas.  The archipelago is an ecological oasis comprised of 700 islands and over 2,000 rocks and cays, sprinkled over 100,000 square miles of ocean. Boasting the clearest water on the planet, it’s so blue that it seems to merge with the sky above. Sand so soft it’s like every step is a walk among the clouds. Natural beauty that soars above the sea and plunges far below. Come see for yourself why “It’s Better in The Bahamas!”

Here, our way of life surely moves at a slower pace. But news always seems to travel fast. Bahamians enjoy socializing and staying up to date with what’s happening.  And with 700 islands, there’s a lot going on and a lot of news to share. So, to keep you informed about what’s happening in The Islands of The Bahamas, visit our blog.

The Bahamas

The Bahamas

Our islands' beauty includes the smiles on the faces of the Bahamian people, unique sounds of our rich culture, warm hospitality of our heritage and a colorful history.

The Abacos

The Abacos

Fall in love with the colonial charm of The Abacos, the Boating Capital of the world. Explore and bask in the luxury of this 120-mile-long chain of islands.

Acklins and Crooked Island

Acklins & Crooked Island​

Remote and the definition of seclusion. Miles of undisturbed sandy beaches, countless coral gardens, and a 1,000 square mile lagoon. What more can you ask for?

Andros

Andros

The perfect destination for the eco-traveler, and home to the world's third largest fringing barrier reef. Escape reality and enjoy the natural beauty of Andros.

Plane Wreck

The Berry Islands

A fisherman's paradise and a diver's playground. Explore this cluster of cays and the spectacular wreck dive sites, but don't forget to pick some berries.

Bimini Sands Resort

Bimini

Moments away from the coast of Florida, you can be at Earnest Hemingway's favorite escape in no time. Bimini has a story to tell, you just need to get there.

Cat Island

Cat Island

The birthplace of pulsating sounds of rake 'n scrape music, the culture of Cat Island is like none other. Relax, unwind, create lifetime memories and dance the night away!

Family Vacations

Eleuthera & Harbour Is.

Roam Eleuthera and its endless pineapple fields and pink-sand beaches. Take a ferry to the Nantucket of the Caribbean and indulge in the glamour of Harbour Island.

The Exumas

The Exumas

The ultimate escape for the rich and famous. Boasting the clearest waters in The Bahamas, The Exuma Cays are a must on your Bahamian bucket list.

Grand Bahama

Grand Bahama

It has been said that Freeport, Grand Bahama is heaven on earth. From its unique bird life to its cavernous diving world, your Freeport adventure awaits.

Inagua

Inagua

Frolic with over 80,000 flamingos and over 140 species of birds, visit the salt pond, and experience Inagua through the eyes of the welcoming natives.

Long Island

Long Island

Plunge into the world's deepest blue hole! Explore the wave-crashing coastline, delve into the fresh mutton and discover the tranquility of Long Island.

Mayaguana

Mayaguana

Get lost in the miles of sand touched only by the sea. A quaint community of locals makes Mayaguana one of the most peaceful islands of The Bahamas.

New Providence

Nassau

A tropical metropolis, Nassau, the capital city is always buzzing with nightlife, festivals, and excitement. Get loose, break-free, have fun. No one is watching.

Paradise Island

Paradise Island

Just imagine 685 acres of pure euphoria, developed almost exclusively to delight and host visitors - resorts, restaurants, shops, nightlife, golf course, aquarium and a casino.

Duncan Town

Ragged Island

Snorkel, dive, fish, explore, do whatever you like, time does not exist in Ragged Island. Quiet, serene, pristine, Ragged Island is simplicity at its best.

Rum Cay Beach

Rum Cay

An authentic Bahamian experience, one of the best kept secrets of The Bahamas. Rum Cay's turquoise waters and pure sand beaches will surely steal your heart away.

San Salvador

San Salvador

This adventurous island, full of history, welcomed Christopher Columbus to "The New World." The lakes are sparkling and the waters as clear as they were in 1492.

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