06 December 2017
When looking for pristine powder white sands, crystal clear turquoise waters, and some of the finest beaches in the Caribbean, The Bahamas’ Paradise Island is a guaranteed escape to seaside paradise complete with an abundance of watersports activities and well-equipped resorts with breathtaking ocean views.
Beyond the blissful sands and a short journey over twin bridges, exists the vibrant capital of Nassau, preserving its architectural charm and fascinating history with an additional layer of 21st century glamour in the form of boutique shopping districts along Bay Street, interspersed with chic coffeehouses and inviting restaurants among the pink-washed colonial facades of government buildings.
The unique convergence of historical intrigue, spectacular beaches and designer shopping ensure Nassau and Paradise Island are a discerning choice when looking for a twin-centre holiday in the Caribbean combining alluring tropical environments with cultural gems and chic urban streets and minimal travel involved.
Make the most of your getaway to The Bahamas with our list below of the best experiences to be found during your stay.
Over 20 swimming areas and 11 pools inclusive of three kids’ pools, water slides, and a mile-long river ride complete with waves and rapids gives you a glimpse into the sheer size of Aquaventure at Atlantis waterpark on Paradise Island.
One of the most popular attractions when visiting The Bahamas capital is Parliament Square in downtown Nassau.
After unwinding on the myriad of world class beaches on Paradise Island and experiencing Nassau’s fascinating history first-hand, it’s time to taste the authentic fruits of this tropical paradise with a visit to Arawak Cay on West Bay Street.
Almost year-round sunshine and warm water temperatures ensures Paradise Island provides an endless amount of fun in the sun for marine enthusiasts and fishing aficionados.
Spectacular ocean views and luscious greenery can make it difficult to keep your eye on the ball when playing golf in The Bahamas. Paradise Island and Nassau offer some of the most beautiful course locations to be found in the Caribbean, each suitable for beginners, amateurs and experienced golfers alike.