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Small Hope Bay Beach

Small Hope Bay Beach (Andros Island) — located just 15 minutes from Andros Town Airport in Central Andros, this lovely sandy beach is the perfect complement to lazy coconut tree hammocks and the laid-back atmosphere of Small Hope Bay Lodge.

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Love Beach

Love Beach (Western New Province, New Providence Island) – located on the northwest shore of New Providence Island, Love Beach is just to the north of Bahamas International Airport, and is quiet by local standards (since there’s no formal public access to this beach). Along with swimming, diving is popular off these waters, since there […]

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Paradise Beach

Paradise Beach (Paradise Island) – this is considered by many to be the best beach on this island. Its white sands are accompanied by chikees (thatched huts) – useful for those wanting some shade from the powerful sun. Since the Atlantic Resort is not far away, at least some of its guests use this beach. […]

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Morgan’s Bluff Beach

Morgan’s Bluff Beach (Nicholl’s Town, Andros Island) – this beach is located at the northern end of North Andros, and happens to be named after the infamous 17th century pirate Henry Morgan (who is said to have hidden some of his treasure in the part of the Bahamas). This normally quiet beach gets busier when […]

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Lucayan Beach

Lucayan Beach (Lucaya, Grand Bahama) –– Lucayan Beach is located across the street from the Port Lucaya Marketplace. This popular tourist beach has just about any water-sport activity, from snorkeling to para-sailing. It is also a nice stretch of beach for strolling. Coral Beach is a short walk to the west. Within this area is […]

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Junkanoo Festival

Junkanoo Festival (throughout Bahamas) –– Junkanoo Summer Festival is an official Bahamian festivity that showcases the country’s culture and heritage at its best. Whether you visit Nassau or festival sites in Grand Bahama, Marsh Harbour, Abaco or Georgetown, Exuma during the months of June and July, you will enjoy an enriching cultural experience. The Bahamian […]

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Junkanoo Beach

Junkanoo Beach (Nassau, New Providence Island) – a.k.a. the “Western Esplanade”, this beach connects to the one at Araway Cay and Long Wharf (towards downtown Nassau and the cruise ship dock). Although a popular hangout spot for spring breakers, on Saturdays you’ll find Bahamians hosting cookouts and other fund-raising activities. This area has benches where […]

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Conch Sound

Conch Sound (Nicholl’s Town area, Andros Island) – located just south of Nicholl’s Town, this is a wide protected bay with a white sand areas. Because of its shallow waters, this area attracts bonefishers; while an offshore blue hole lures snorkelers.

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Fresh Creek

Fresh Creek (Andros Island) – this is the central part of Andros Island (and one of the more sparsely-populated islands of the Bahamas). Given that this is one of the lesser-frequented tourist areas of the Bahamas, those who have come here are either diving, or bonefishing. The most select anglers from around the globe come […]

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Cable Beach

Cable Beach (New Providence Island) — this is one of the best beaches in Bahamas for travelers who want to stay near the shops, bars, and gambling outlets found on the island. Cable Beach is also a popular choice for families with children, due to its handy access to restrooms, hotels, and restaurants. The beach […]