All the beaches in the Bahamas are public. No one can stop you or charge you
for using a beach. You can access the beach on a little path at the side of
what is now the Riu Paradise Hotel (used to... more
If you have some time to stay in Nassau, and are not coming for just a few days at a big resort, you may be looking for a less expensive option where you can settle in. I'd suggest the Orange Hill... more
I remember that when I was tired of walkingI took a bus - they call jitneys - a great way to see most of the shore in an inexpensive way. The driver was ver friendly ansd gave me a real tour about the... more
Visit Paradise Island. The biggest hotel there (I sort of forgot the name but you can see it as you cross the bridge from Nassau to Paradise Island) is phenomenal. I have never seen a nicer hotel.... more
Nassau, on New Providence, is the capital of the Bahamas and features a mixture of neocolonial 19th century buildings and modern hotel resorts. It's the main point where caribbean cruise ships stop......
We know the Bahamas as a place we go for vacation. These low lying, sandy islands are nearly a paradise temptingly close ot our shores, only 50 miles from Florida. When we think of it, we think of rum...