Getting Around Nassau

The Bahamas in actuality is in the Atlantic Ocean not far from the southern coast of Florida, although a lot of us has a perception that the islands are in the Caribbean. To be found on the New Providence Island, Nassau presents major historic tours and opportunities to visit a lot of attractions. There are also several finest restaurants, casinos, world-class shopping and the chance to experience every water sport imaginable.

When it is time for lunch…

You will stumble on ethnic foods from different parts of the world. There are also some fast food chains which may seem familiar, which can be found in the Bahamas, for example, Wendy’s, Pizza Hut etc., however, don’t miss out on trying a few of the local dishes. From a local bakery, you might try a slice of guava duff, which is a kind of pastry. A shell dwelling creature Conch is a local staple and is scrumptious once cooked properly. The clawless variety of Bahamian lobster is fairly appetizing. Other local delicacies are fried fish and johnnycakes. You will come across a lot of places where you can have lunch. You can find pretty much any sort of food you might be craving for. All served with a Bahamian twist.

For some attractions…

Once known as “Hog” Island, Paradise Island is currently one of the Bahamas’ largest tourist attractions in some way because of the “Atlantis Resort and Casino”. Atlantis was created by African developer Sol Kerzner and his company Sun International. “Discover Atlantis” Tours are also available, although you can get a hold of a better deal through your cruise line.

For some recreational activities…

If you are a golfer, you can get hold of around at the 18-hole golf course available at Cable Beach. On some of the world’s best beaches like Cable Beach and South Ocean Beach, you can do water sports like scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing, boating, para-sailing, windsurfing, shark diving, or just swimming. You can be taken by any cab driver to any beach you would like to go or to whichever water excursion you might be longing to try.

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