While we were there they had the Junkanoo Festival. It was aewsome. There were so many Local foods and drinks. Singing and dancing all night long. I was so excited we got to go, I had been wanting to ever since I saw the movie After the Sunset. :-)
Dress Code: Casual, Tropical
New Year is Bahamian Mardi Gras and there are parades and music that start about 5:00 AM New Years Day. We partied until Midnight and then got some sleep so we could be at the parade site by 06:00 AM. There was almost no place left to watch from! It was packed and the parade was wonderful.
I had a great time with my American compadres in the Breezes bar and club. But to really get an idea of what the Bahamian nightlife is like ask a local to take you to one of their clubs. You will definately need a couple of drinks before venturing onto that dance floor!
Dress Code: Not for the faint hearted.
What I most enjoy in Bahamas is the happiness that people treat you with, in this place. They don´t have much material things, but they know how to smile ALL day...and they really DANCE!!
That´s what I most enjoy being there...the way they dance, the way they have fun!
I met GREAT people...I had such a good time that I´ll never forget all those days on a cruise.