Paradise Island is known for powder soft beaches and crystal clear, turquoise water, great for diving and snorkeling. Visitors can try their luck at the Atlantis Casino and dine “around the world” at celebrity chef restaurants. Spend the day at Aquaventure Water Park or swim with dolphins at Dolphin Cay. Take a scenic stroll through Marina Village or shop for souvenirs at Bahamas Craft Center and Craft Cottage. Or just soak up the Caribbean sun on a beautiful beach.
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4.5 based on 2 reviews
The world's largest marine park, home to over 50,000 sea animals.
Atlantis was a great place to shop with shops up and down the aisles. Was staying at the Riu next door to the Atlantis and seemed to spend more time at the Atlantis... Beautiful and fun place to visit.
4.5 based on 206 reviews
I did the snuba excursion again for the third year in a row, booked through Atlantis and handled through Blue Adventures and Stuart's Cove. The price for a three-hour tour was $96, same as last year and not a bad deal for snuba, especially for a boat-dive.
Some aspects of this year's excursion were similar to past years: there was a group doing snuba and another group doing snorkeling; the snorkel group would snorkel at two sites, while we in the snuba group ended up snorkeling over the first site and doing snuba at the second.
--And that's where the similarities end. This year we also had a pair of scuba participants aboard the dive-boat, and as the overall group was smaller than in the past, we only had a crew of 2 handling the boat and acting as safety divers and observers for our group. The boat captain watched the snorkelers from the boat, while his mate acted as safety diver for the scuba participants first, then our snuba group second.
Also unlike previous years, the seas and waves were running very high this time around. It was difficult towing the snuba raft against the wind and the current, and for whatever reason (maybe , we did not visit the site of the underwater wreck this year, which was a disappointment.
These, plus difficulties in establishing the proper weight and buoyancy for myself, made it a less than optimal experience this year.
4.5 based on 751 reviews
We've visited Tiki Bikini numerous times. From Diva welcoming us, Michael getting us set up with chairs and umbrellas to Jordan waiting on us all day - this continues to be one of our favorite stops on a cruise. Byron welcomed us like family and the upgrades are wonderful! The food menu has expanded as well. We'll see you again soon!
4.5 based on 707 reviews
This aquarium breeds and preserves the ocean's most nototious predators, among which is the black-nosed shark.
My kids enjoyed this and I was able to see he feeding in the morning. Very cool to see the wide array of animals.
4.5 based on 242 reviews
Beautifully manicured Gardens set next to a 12th century Augustine monastery.
Very unusual to find a medieval cloister in the Bahamas...a gift of the French...check it out on wiki...a nice walk...than have lunch or dinner at the One & Only...
4.5 based on 2 reviews
These trained dolphins are playful and friendly, specializing in giving visitors a ride on the "dolphin surf," where one of these gentle creatures pushes you through the water with their snout.
We recently and did the sea lion encounter on March 23, 2018 which was so much fun! The island was beautiful and we enjoyed ourselves. Food was good too. Now for the bad...Where are the pictures?? For the tourist prices we paid to get our...MoreHi there - sorry that you haven't received your images yet. Please reach out to son Facebook or via email so that we can help you get this resolved. Thanks for visiting Blue Lagoon Island.
4 based on 207 reviews
This place is gorgeous and filled with great little things to do like. Visit the candy shop, eat at a restaurant, test the rums of Bahamas, buy souvernirs/jewellry or just take in the views of the marina. Some of the most beautiful yacht will dock at the marina; especially on the weekend. Go midday or evening and you will be delighted.
4 based on 2 reviews
Who said Atlantis is sunk? Bombastic entertainment complex combining Disneyworld theatrics with Las Vegas kitsch where you can gamble, dine and shop.
I'm not a smoker and the casino was so smoke filled it was hard to breath as you pass thru the casino (which you had to do to get to several places on Atlantis). What little gambling we did was more stacked for the house win than I have ever seen. Most places allow you to win once in a while. We never won and never saw anyone else win.
4.5 based on 285 reviews
We attended services here both Dec. 24 and Dec. 25. Christ Church Cathedral is a large and historic church, dating from 1670, with a warm and welcoming congregation. The music was splendid. As Episcopalians visiting from the States, we felt completely at home. A wonderful place to celebrate Christmas!
4.5 based on 254 reviews
The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) is the premier arts institution in The Bahamas. It is committed to engaging the history of Bahamian art and visual culture and supporting contemporary movements and experimental contemporary art practice through Exhibitions, an extensive public programme schedule, community and regional projects and partnerships, arts education, providing fellowships and grants, the establishment and support of an art library and the building of The National Collection of The Bahamas.
If you are interested in learning about the history of the Bahamas through visual art, then this is a first class museum with an excellent curator. Spend about 90 minutes looking through the permanent collection and special exhibition, and then walk over to Watling’s for the sales pitch “tour” and $6.50 shots.
Free wi fi helps :)
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